The first ever Tucson Bike More Challenge wrapped up on November 30th with 522 participants logging over 81,000 miles and 10,000 trips during the month-long event. There was a spirited competition between the 65 organizations (area workplaces) that competed, with team trophies awarded in six different size categories and individual grand prizes awarded in eight categories. Thanks to everyone who joined in to make the Challenge a success!
Check out the write up in the Arizona Daily Star here about the Challenge!
While the competition portion of the Tucson Bike More Challenge goes dormant until the April 2017, the Love to Ride program and app continues to actively log rides, with random drawings for prizes each month. For December, everyone who logs a ride during the month will have a chance to win a pair of Tucson Roadrunner Hockey Tickets, courtesy of Tucson Convention Center.
The full Tucson Bike More Challenge will be back again in April with team competition and weekly prizes! Our goal at LSA is to double the number of workplaces competing and people registered with the program.
FALL 2016 TUCSON BIKE MORE CHALLENGE RESULTS
Top New Female Rider — Angie Avalos, 224 miles
Top New Male Rider — Nathan Clark, 108 miles
Points Leader — Carissa Sipp, 4,909 total points
Top Commuter — Carissa Sipp, 618 commute miles
Top Encourager — Jenn Choi, 10 riders encouraged
Most Trips — Steve Wilson, 214
Most Miles (Men) — Bryan Little, 1,455 miles
Most Miles (Women) — Carissa Sipp, 1,459 miles
Organizations (workplace) Results
500+ staff — Pima County, 5,423 miles
200-499 staff — Pima County IT Department, 1,050 miles
50-199 staff — University of Arizona Libraries, 1,533 miles
20-49 staff — Watershed Management Group, 3,061 miles
7-19 staff — Community Home Repair Projects of Arizona, 2,462 miles
3-6 staff — University of Arizona Office of Sustainability, 1,240 miles