Forum staff reports, Published May 06 2013
Program rewards bikers who explore ND bywaysBISMARCK – North Dakota Tourism has launched the North Dakota Scenic ByRider Program to reward bikers who tour the state’s scenic byways.
Riders traveling five of the 10 byways in the state in one calendar year will receive a patch indicating they are a North Dakota Scenic ByRider.
To verify they were on the route, bikers need to take a photo of themselves holding a copy of the current North Dakota Travel Guide in front of their bike and a recognizable scenic area, attraction, accommodation or event on that byway.
Once bikers have the required photos, they can email them to firstname.lastname@example.org or mail them to North Dakota Tourism Division, PO Box 2057, Bismarck ND 58502. Bikers riding two-up will receive patches for each rider.
For more information about the program, visit www.NDtourism.com or call (800) 435-5663.