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Bike to Work 2012 Results

Commuter Services of Pennsylvania has announced its 2012 Bike to Work Week winners. A total of 74 participants logged 4,054 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 210 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 reflective band, a lunch bag and a T-shirt.

Employer with the Most Participants

The campus of Penn State Hershey Medical Center and Penn State College of Medicine, Dauphin County, won the challenge as the employer with the most participants.

Other winners were randomly selected by county of residence and won safety packs that included a water bottle, a bike lock, a lunch bag, reflective band and a T-shirt. They were:

Adams County


Marie D’Souza of Adams County, who logged 5 miles bicycling to her job at Gettysburg College.

Berks County

Jason Zerbe of Sinking Springs, who logged 72 miles bicycling to his job at Enersys in Berks County.

Cumberland County


Steven Knaub of Camp Hill, who logged 80 miles bicycling to his job at Gannett Fleming in Cumberland County.

Dauphin County


Michael Morris of Harrisburg, who logged 26 miles bicycling to his job at TE Connectivity in Dauphin County.

Franklin County

Clyde Shearer of Franklin County, who logged 13 miles bicycling to his job at Cosco Industries in Franklin County.

Lancaster County


Andy Hessler of Lancaster County, who logged 30 miles bicycling to his job at the Case New Holland in Lancaster County.

Lebanon County


Brandon Fulk of Annville, who logged 7 miles bicycling to his job at Giant Food Stores in Lebanon County.

York County


Rob Miller of York County, who logged 52 miles bicycling to his job at John H. Myers & Son in York.