The Bike More Challenge 2020: Every Body, Every Ride Counted!

Congratulations to the 1,265 participants who logged 18,519 trips and traveled nearly 30,500 miles during the 2020 Bike More Challenge!

The Challenge moved from May to June in response to the Covid-19. Cycling was a welcome relief for program participants who sheltered in place during the previous months. While many of our workplaces shifted to work from home (where we also taught our children and learned the art of sourdough baking), dedicated cycling enthusiasts safely kept the spirit of the Challenge alive! 

Everyone wins when they participate in the Bike More Challenge, but for our competitive friends, it’s about the top spot. Recognition was given in a virtual ceremony on July 6th. The 2020 winners are:

  • 2,000+ staff: Nike

  • 500-1,999 staff: Multnomah Athletic Club

  • 200-499 staff: Hyster-Yale

  • 50-199 staff: King Cycle Group

  • 20-49 staff: Lever Architecture

  • 7-19 staff: Emerick Architects

  • 1-6 staff: Pedal PT

  • Top Overall Points Earner: Alison Percifeld, with 2,755 total points!

  • Top Encourager: Keyonda McQuarters, with 21 people encouraged!

  • Non-Binary rider with the most miles: Laurie  Kemmerer, 1,025 miles!

  • Female rider with the most miles: Mary Ross, 2,260 miles!

  • Male rider with the most miles: Dave Henry, 1,982 miles!

The 2020 Bike More Challenge is made possible by Metro, the Federal Transit Administration, corporate sponsors, employers who rally behind participating employees, vendor donations, volunteers and The Street Trust members.  Thank you!