Join the Poto MBA Video Challenge now through August 15th!
How do I participate in the Poto MBA Video Challenge?
1. ACCEPT: Accept the challenge;
2. RECORD: Take a video of yourself riding and/or talking about your favorite Poto MBA chapter trail to increase awareness of the Potawatomi Mountain Biking Association;
3. UPLOAD: Upload your video to social media, tagging/challenging three or more of your friends. Be sure to also share your post and video on our Poto MBA Group Discussion Facebook group.
4. GIVE: Make a donation to support the Potawatomi Mountain Biking Association.
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Do I have to donate if I take the challenge?
No, by participating in the Poto Chapter Video Challenge you’re already increasing awareness of the chapter! Making a donation, however, will help fund the purchase of two new chapter pop up tents with our logos (one with Poto logos and one with DTE Energy Foundation Trail logos). Our current tent is very weathered and is damaged. It has seen better days. Our goal is to have a brand new tent before the 2017 Triple Trail Challenge on September 16th. Donating as part of the challenge is encouraged, and is appreciated!
Do I have to be tagged or challenged to participate in the Poto MBA Video Challenge?
No. If you want to participate in the Poto MBA Video Challenge, please do so. Be the first person to get the challenge going in your community by challenging your personal network of friends and family to participate as well.
What trails are part of the Poto MBA Video Challenge?
Potawatomi Trail – Pinckney State Recreation Area
DTE Energy Foundation Trail – Waterloo Recreation Area in Chelsea
Brighton Recreation Area – Brighton
Rolling Hills County Park – Ypsilanti
Hewen’s Creek Park – Ypsilanti
Heritage Park – Adrian
Morton-Taylor Mountain Bike Trails – Canton
Sharon Mills County Park – Manchester
Please direct any questions to firstname.lastname@example.org
Mountain biking has inherent risks and can be a dangerous activity. Challenge participants are to proceed at their own risk.
This challenge is being brought to you by the Potawatomi Mountain Biking Association.