Commuter Services of Pennsylvania has announced its 2010 Bike to Work Week winners. A total of 64 participants logged 4,423.32 miles while commuting by bicycle during the two-week event.
Most Miles Logged
Bryan Hoover of Susquehanna Township, Dauphin County, was the bicycling commuter logging the most miles of all competitors during the recent challenge. Hoover logged 332.5 miles bicycling to his job at Hershey Entertainment and Resorts in Hershey. Hoover won a commuter pack that included a $25 gift card, a water bottle, a bike lock, a tote bag and a T-shirt.
Employer with the Most Participants
Gettysburg College, Adams County, won the challenge as the employer with the most participants.
Other winners were randomly selected by county of residence and won commuter packs that included a water bottle, a bike lock, a tote bag and a T-shirt. They were:
Joseph Lehman of Douglassville, Berks County, who logged 46 miles bicycling to his job at Carpenter Technology Corporation in Berks County.
Jennifer Coale of Gettysburg, Adams County, who logged 53 miles bicycling to her job at Gettysburg College.
Peggy Schott of Cornwall Borough, Lebanon County, who logged 90.4 miles bicycling to her job at Deer Country Farm and Lawn in Lebanon.
Joanna Stoms of Susquehanna Township, who logged 50 miles bicycling to her job at Harrisburg Area Community College.
Bill Yufer of Carlisle, Cumberland County, who logged 34 miles bicycling to his job at Borders Group Inc. in Carlisle.
Karl Keeler of Akron, Lancaster County, who logged 32 miles bicycling to his job at the Jay Group in Lancaster.
Scott Burford of Springettsbury Township, York County, who logged 173.5 miles bicycling to his job at the County of Dauphin in Harrisburg.