This past February, we did away with the CHALLENGE masthead on the magazine’s home page every month in favor of having a “cover” photograph. Here’s your chance to have your photo featured.
This month’s issue of CHALLENGE contains what might be a record for new content: There are 14 written pieces of content – 8 columns and 6 Feature articles – plus several new photo galleries. All of that is contributed by volunteers who give generously of their time and talents for the benefit of you – the club mebership.
The end of June and the first few days of July were anything but relaxing for the CVR Digital Team, but we made it through and finally delivered at July 1st issue of Challenge.
If you’ve been frustrated with how slow the CVR websites have been, and the constant crashing, you’re not alone. But it’s getting better., We promise.
If this month’s CHALLENGE weren’t packed enough with content from the Triple Sprint Rumble, it also features a lot of great articles that aren’t about Club Race.
If you’ve looked at the CVR website lately, you’ve probably noticed some changes. First off, it looks entirely different. Second, it’s on a new domain – it’s now cvrpca.COM and not cvrpca.ORG. And third, Challenge is no longer located at challenge.cvrpca.org. Challenge is now at cvrpca.com/challenge. There are A LOT more changes, and they’re all listed in this month’s Between The Lines column.
In my column last month, I mentioned that the design of Challenge was being “refreshed” for February. The section that received the biggest big update? Our event calendar system.
Those changes I mentioned last month – the ones having to do with new columns, a new calendar, and some other updates. They’re done. For a full list of what was done and why, please click on the link and read the column.
Exactly one year ago, I started this column off with the headline, “Welcome to 2020. It’s a new year and a new decade.” As we are all painfully aware, nothing in 2020 went the way we thought it would. So […]
It turns out that there’s a lot more content in this issue of Challenge than I’d expected there to be a month ago.