Everything you need to know about the National 24 Hour Challenge!
A Picture is Worth a Thousand Words
All the Results
By the Numbers
Thanks to Our Volunteers
Please Take Our Survey
News and Notes
Questions, Comments, Suggestions
Be sure to check out the photo galleries from the 2019 National 24 Hour Challenge at www.n24hc.org/photo-gallery. A big thank you to our official photographer Chris Cavaliere (who also serves as the secretary of the board). Be sure to check out his creative interpretation of the 2019 National 24 Hour Challenge through pictures.
We also want to thank everyone who contributed pictures to our crowd-sourced galleries! Your pictures tell many stories about the National 24 Hour Challenge.
All of the results from the 2019 National 24 Hour Challenge scoring website can be found at 24hr.bike. You can look up results for all of the individual and group categories, as well as see when every rider passed through every checkpoint,
If you have any comments or suggestions about our scoring website, shoot us an email at firstname.lastname@example.org.
205 riders rode the 2019 National 24 Hour Challenge.
The average mileage ridden was 202.96 miles.
The total mileage was 49,725 miles.
190 riders passed through Checkpoint #3.
Riders passed through Checkpoint #4 2,715 times.
The overall male high mileage was 462.3 miles by Bryan Dobes.
The overall female high mileage was 392.7 miles by Pascale Lercangee.
A new record of 392.7 miles was set in the F55-59 category by Pascale Lercangee.
A new record of 369.9 miles was set in the F65-69 category by Nancy Guth.
The first people to accept the challenge of the National 24 Hour Challenge are our nearly 150 volunteers. This group of dedicated, passionate, committed volunteers provided over 1,000 hours of volunteer time during the event weekend alone, and countless hours in planning and preparation for the event.
A hardy thank you to each and every one of our volunteers. From set-up, registration, and checkpoints to food, scoring, and safety – you powered the challenge this year. We look forward to seeing you once again next year!
As unbelievable as this sounds, we are going to start planning for the 2020 National 24 Hour Challenge in a couple of weeks. In order to help us make the 2020 National 24 Hour Challenge the best one yet, we are asking all riders and volunteers to take a moment and complete our survey.
Email us at: National24Hour@gmail.com or call (616) 953-0234.
Gary Goscenski, Executive Director