Commuter Services Announces Winners for Bike Month Challenge

Commuters Logged 8,427 Miles during the Challenge

Commuter Services of Pennsylvania announced the winners of their tenth annual Bike Challenge in May.  A total of 101 participants logged 8,427 miles while commuting by bicycle.  1,861 bicycle trips were tracked during the month for work and leisure.   The Bike Month Challenge was open to all employers in the participating counties of Adams, Berks, Carbon, Cumberland, Dauphin, Franklin, Lancaster, Lebanon, Monroe, Perry, Pike, Schuylkill and York, as well as commuters who live or work in these counties.

 

PSECU, located in Dauphin County, took first place as employer with the most participants. They had seven employees log 82 bicycle trips during the challenge.  For being the employer with the most participants, those employees will win a free breakfast.

Three local bicyclists were randomly selected to win a $25 Tröegs gift card and Commuter Services Bicycle prize pack.  The winners were:

 

Laura Hatton of Lancaster, tracked 30 bicycle trips during the month.

Levi Schneck of York, logged two trips in the month of May.

 

Brandon Perrone of Berks, took ten bicycle trips.