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Bike to Work 2013 Results

Commuter Services of Pennsylvania has announced its 2013 Bike to Work Week winners. A total of 90 participants logged nearly 2,740 miles while commuting by bicycle during the one-week event.

Most Miles Logged

BTWW 2013 Grand Prize Winner _Bradley Schultz

Bradley Schultz of Dauphin County won the grand prize for most miles logged — a total of 140 miles to his job at DCNR in Harrisburg. In recognition of his efforts, Schultz won a Bike Safety Pack that included bicycle related items, such as a water bottle and bike tool kit.

Employer with the Most Participants

For the second year in a row, the campus of Penn State Hershey Medical Center and Penn State College of Medicine took first place as employer with the most participants.

Other winners, listed by county of residence:

Adams County

BTWW 2013_Christine Shanaberger_Gettysburg College

Christine Shanaberger of Gettysburg, who logged 22 miles bicycling to her job at Gettysburg College in Adams County.

Berks County

BTWW 2013_Marc Evanitus

Marc Evanitus of Wernersville, who logged 78.3 miles bicycling to his job at FirstEnergy in Berks County.

Cumberland County

BTWW 2013_Mark Malarich_Gannett Fleming

Mark Malarich of Camp Hill, who logged 12 miles bicycling to his job at Gannett Fleming in Cumberland County.

Dauphin County

BTWW 2013 Dauphin County Winner_Joshua Jacoby

Joshua Jacoby of Harrisburg, who logged 28 miles bicycling to his job at PSECU in Dauphin County.

Lancaster County

BTWW 2013_Harry Breneman_DART

Harry Breneman of Lancaster, who logged 45 miles bicycling to his job at Dart in Lancaster County.

Lebanon County

BTWW 2013_John Saldibar_Bayer

John Saldibar of Newmanstown, who logged 90 miles bicycling to his job at Bayer HealthCare in Lebanon County.

York County

BTWW 2013_Stephanie Reighart_York Daily Record

Stephanie Reighart of York, who logged 16 miles bicycling to her job at York Daily Record in York County.