In 1817, Baron Karl von Drais invented the first practicably usable bicycle. It had a steerable front wheel which is the basis for all bicycle and motorcycle design of today.
Two hundred years later, we want to honour this fantastic milestone by riding 200 times in one year. Each ride must be longer than one hour, and each ride only counts once. So, a 60 minute ride or a 6 hour ride both count as one of your 200 rides. All you need to do is average 3.84 rides a week and you will be able to claim the honourary title of Bike Bicentennial.