Lake Tahoe Bike Challenge final results and bonus winner
The Lake Tahoe Bike Challenge asked businesses and individuals to ride their bikes to work and play instead of driving around. Teams tracked their mileage and other stats over a two-week stretch.
Instructions to pick up prizes will be sent to the individual winners. Certificates of Achievement will be sent to teams. Jeff Cowen will be delivering the trophy to the overall winner, Sierra Nevada Alliance!
Here are the winners:
Number of trips: 2,234
Number of Northshore riders: 67
Number of Southshore riders: 171
Elevation: 399,575 feet
Play miles: 6949.42
Michael Lefrancois: 275 miles, Jake’s on the Lake gift certificate
James Dickinson: 205 miles, Sierra at Tahoe lift ticket
Will Stelter: 16,689 feet, Bike the West jersey
Barrett Burghard:10,800 feet, Bike the West jersey
Laura Traeger: Tour de Tahoe registration
Will Stelter: Tour of Carson registration
Lauren Lindley: Tour de Tahoe registration
Nick Santos: Tour of Carson registration
Team Results (Most Trips per Employee):
Sierra Nevada Alliance: 17.36
LSC Transportation Consultants: 11.25
Team Results (Total Miles):
Alta Alpina Cycling Club: 582.40 (Out of Basin)
Gary Davis Group: 506.15
Team Results (Most Elevation):
Alta Alpina Cycling Club: 11,3472 ft. (Out of Basin)
Northstar-at-Tahoe: 55,264 ft.
Gary Davis Group: 25,164 ft.
Marriott Timber Lodge and Grand Residence Club: 21101 ft.
Elevation Per Rider Friday June 4:
Alta Alpina Cycling Club: 14,184 ft. (Out of Basin)
Heavenly Mountain Resort: 10,800 ft.
Northstar-at-Tahoe: 9,210 ft.
South Tahoe High School: 6,950 ft.
Bonus Nortstar at Tahoe Mountain Bike Pass Winners:
Kathy, Alexi, and Christopher Haven
Follow the links below for more information: http://bike.tahoempo.org.
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