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National Bike To Work Day Pancake Breakfast image Cyclists Drive Less Live More
Friday May 16, 2014 - 7:00 - 9:00 am   metroparks.org/cycling

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In 2014, the University of Dayton team once again charged out in large numbers to take the grand prize. 64 members of the team from UD were treated with a grand prize from Boston's Bistro & Pub and the honor of having the traveling trophy on display at their location for the entire year.

Please contact Lucy Sanchez at 937-274-3171, to gain more visibility for your company, organization or group through a Team Challenge sponsorship.

2014 Results

Place Team Registered Riders
1 University of Dayton 64
2 Sinclair Community College/ Sinclair Spokes 47
3 LexisNexis 29
4 City of Dayton 26
5 Five Rivers MetroParks 23
6 fm2-12 Gear Heads 11
6 LJB inc 11
7 Woolpert 10
8 Key Sports 9
9 Dayton Metro Library 7
10 Miami Conservancy District 5
11 Oracle 4
12 Midmark 3
12 WPAFB 3
13 Flowserve 2
13 Major Taylor Cycling Club 2
13 Greater Dayton RTA 2
13 International Service Fellowship 2
13 Premier Health 2

 

 

 

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Five Rivers MetroParks isn't the only organization celebrating Bike To Work Day in the Miami Valley. There are many regional events happening in May during National Bike Month.

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2014 Bike to Work Day Sponsors:
           
MVRPC CH2MHILL City of Dayton Water Pedaling Promotions
           
Dayton Cycling Vlub LJB Inc Earth Fare Boston Stoker Pedal Pals Drive Less Live More
           
 
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