Update on Tahoe’s Bike to Work Week | SierraSun.com

Update on Tahoe’s Bike to Work Week

Highest Average Rides per Employee:

Nevada Tahoe Conservation District: 6.3 trips/employee with 8 out of 14 employees riding

Sierra Nevada Alliance: 5.2 trips/employee with 6 out of 12 riding

LSC Transportation Consultants: 5 trips/employee with 6 out of 10 riding

BIKE TO WORK Wednesday brought the total riders for the week up to 400″double the ridership of last year!

In other news the Ski Resort teams are coming in strong with Heavenly in the running for most miles and Northstar-at-Tahoe for most team climbing.

TOTAL MILES RIDDEN for the week: 8341

GOAL: 14,000!!!

Wednesday drawing winners:

Beth Erickson (Individual)”Tahoe Mountain Sports Backpack

Catherine Colburne (NTPUD)”The Backcountry T-shirt

Katie Schultz (Embassy Suites) – Free skate at ST Ice Rink

Scott Forsythe (TRPA) – Free skate at ST Ice Rink


Most Total Miles:

TRPA–874 miles (with 28 riders out of 80 employees)

Nevada Tahoe Conservation District/Nichols Consulting–487 (with 11 riders out of 14)

Heavenly Mountain Resort–430 (with 19 out of 180)

North Shore: Integrated Environmental Restoration Services”329 (with 8 riders out of 15)

Most Miles per Employee:

Nevada Tahoe Conservation District–32 miles/employee

Integrated Environmental Restoration Services–22 miles/employee

Olympic Bike Shop–19 miles/employee

Most Feet of Climbing:

City of South Lake Tahoe–22,567



Highest Percentage of Employees Riding:

LSC Transportation Consultants — 60%

Nevada Tahoe Conservation District –57%

El Dorado County – Tahoe Engineering — 54%


Most Miles:

Stan Hill (CSLT) –250

Heather Segale (UCD TERC)–153

Andy Coughlin (Olympic Bike Shop)–127

Jason Pollard (Forest Service)–105

Patti Towns (Individual)–89

Niobe Burden (Tahoe Center for Health and Sports Performance)”80

Most Feet of Climbing:

Stan Hill–14,805 feet

Heather Segale–7100

Joy Barney (Forest Service)–5073

Remember to log your miles by 5 pm each day to make it into the stats report! You can go back and change estimated mileage if necessary.

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