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Bike Week Wrap-up

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First off, a HUGE thank you to everyone who participated in Bike Week! We had almost 200 participants in the Commuter Competition, 15 entrants (and 50+ judges!) in the Bike Show, and around 20 people rode alongside Bud Peterson in the Ride with the President. All in all, not a bad week! To make things even better, we now have over 70 different prizes to give out to all those participants (plus everyone gets a sweet Bike Week t-shirt!!). If you participated in the Commuter Competition or Bike Show, you’ve already received an email with instructions on how to claim your prizes. For those of you wondering who won our different competitions, here are the results:

Commuter Competition:

Student: 1st Place – Morris Satin (62 miles), 2nd Place – Megan Lutz (48.5 miles), 3rd Place – Oliver Boudreaux (45 miles)

Staff: 1st Place – Kevin Cook (108.4 miles), 2nd Place – Brian Rooney (70 miles), 3rd Place – Federico Tobon-Aguirre (45 miles)

Faculty: 1st Place – Jeff Geronimo (72.4 miles), 2nd Place – Robert Butera (56 miles), 3rd Place – Victor Breedveld (44 miles)

Departmental Competition: Most Riders – Mechanical Engineering, Most Miles Per Rider (over 5 riders) – Electrical and Computer Engineering


Bike Show:

Best Commuter Bike – Geries Abuakel

Safest Bike – Jonathan DiGioia

Best Road/Race Bike – Reed Alexander

Most Impressive – David Crites


Finally, an enormous shout-out to all of our fantastic sponsors:

Auxiliary Services BuzzFunds

Rocky Mountain Pizza

Highland Bakery

Atlanta Bicycle Coalition

Yeah! Burger

Monday Night Brewing

Red Brick Brewing

Intown Bicycles


Thank you, and hope to see you next year!

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