Commuter Services of Pennsylvania has announced its 2011 Bike to Work Week winners. A total of 70 participants logged 4,024.64 miles while commuting by bicycle during the two-week event.
Most Miles Logged
Kevin Kreider of Lancaster County was the bicycling commuter logging the most miles of all competitors during the recent challenge. Kreider logged 247.4 miles bicycling to his job at Tyson Foods in Lancaster. Kreider won a commuter pack that included a $10 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:
Eric Remy of Gettysburg, Adams County, who logged 24 miles bicycling to his job at Gettysburg College.
Jeremy Guss of Berks County, who logged 224 miles bicycling to his job at Fleetwood Fixtures in Berks County.
Nathan Thomas of Shippensburg, who logged 30 miles bicycling to his job at Shippensburg University in Cumberland County.
Cathy Becker of Harrisburg, who logged 50 miles bicycling to her job at Pennsylvania Department of Health in Dauphin County.
Bud Shearer of Waynesboro, who logged 13 miles bicycling to his job at Navitor in Franklin County.
Nathan Hoover of Lancaster County, who logged 17.6 miles bicycling to his job at the Mennonite Disaster Service in Lancaster.
John Saldibar of Newmanstown, who logged 112 miles bicycling to his job at Bayer Healthcare in Lebanon County.
Debra Aikey of York County, who logged 21 miles bicycling to her job at Wilmac Corp in York.