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A collage of photos from Errandonnee 2021.

Errandonnee 2021 wrap-up

Errandonnee is a challenge where you have 12 days to complete 12 errands by bicycle or on foot. This post completes my series of entries for the 2021 challenge.

You can read more about Errandonnee here.

I finished my Errandonnee challenge last week. It was a lot of fun, but a surprising amount of work. I bike commute a lot every week, but I usually follow a few basic routes for regular necessities. The Errandonnee rules require that you try a variety of “errands” and encourage creativity. Some of my rides ended up being much further and more complicated than I expected. If you haven’t started yours yet, or if you plan to participate in upcoming years, then my advice is to make a plan with a schedule and stick to it.


Date range
May 9 through May 20
Total errands
Total mileage
67 miles

The mileage is a conservative estimation since I didn’t always run my GPS. I stopped worrying about it once it was clear I’d be well over the minimum of 30 miles anyway.

Errands list

  • Errand 1, May 9: church.
  • Errand 2, May 9: grocery shopping.
  • Errand 3, May 10: Midtown art.
  • Errand 4, May 11: MLK Jr. Outdoor Learning Trail.
  • Errand 5, May 12: beer run.
  • Errand 6, May 13: historic district.
  • Errand 7, May 14: fishing in the Chattahoochee.
  • Errand 8, May 15: biking to work.
  • Errand 9, May 16: church again.
  • Errand 10, May 17: coffeeneuring.
  • Errand 11, May 19: breakfast.
  • Errand 12, May 20: bike around midtown.

Posts with details about each errand

As always, Errandonnee was a great challenge. I’m looking forward to 2022.

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