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This area presents a summary of your individual progress, your team’s progress, and our collective stats as an entire community of bicyclists. Your bike days is the number of days you’ve biked to work, whether one-way or round trip, whether door-to-door or part-way.
Your bike trips is the number of round trips you’ve made by bike. Each day is made up of one complete round trip, or two half-trips. So if you rode both to and from work, that is 1.0 round trip. If you biked to work, but got a ride home, that is 0.5 trips for that day.
Your commute rate is the number of trips you biked to work divided by the number of days you worked.
Your miles should represent the number of miles you rode to and from work. Sidetrips for errands or exercise or the sheer joy of riding are highly encouraged. But those miles do not count toward your base commute trip mileage.
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