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Winners

Congratulations to our 2017 winning teams and individuals:

Each 1st place winner will receive an engraved trophy at the Bike Bash on May 31st. All  2nd and 3rd place winners receive a personalized award certificate.

*Numbers represent miles logged with the exception of Total Trips Winner category

Total Mileage Winners- Individuals:

  1. STEPHEN PUTNAM– 697.90 (3 year champion!)
  2. RICHARD TAYLOR- 585.60
  3. JASON JONG- 582.00

Total Trips Winners- Individuals (new category!):

  1. SAIF MUHSIN- 55
  2. EZRA AURIAN-BLAJENI- 49
  3. LEAN SOLIS- 46

Total Mileage Winners- Communities:

  1. SOMERVILLE      17,540.92 (1st time winner!)
  2. CAMBRIDGE       13,813.64
  3. ARLINGTON       12,766.66

Businesses (Overall):

  1. MIT LINCOLN LABORATORY- 10436.00
  2. MASSACHUSETTS GENERAL HOSPITAL- 5827.19
  3. BIOGEN – CAMBRIDGE- 4363.91

Businesses (1-24 employees):

  1. MEETINGHOUSE MONTESSORI SCHOOL- 1253.98
  2. DILL PICKLE GEAR- 343.50
  3. PAYMENTWORKS- 317.55

Businesses (25-99 employees)

  1. REI – BOSTON- 3795.70
  2. DIGITAL LUMENS- 21180
  3. BOSTON DYNAMICS- 17363

Businesses (100-499 employees)

  1. CST CELL CYCLERS (CELL SIGNALING TECHNOLOGY)- 2095.56
  2. MERCK BOSTON- 1945.80
  3. E INK- 1868.97

Businesses (500-1499 employees)

  1. MASSDEP- 2771.27
  2. GOOGLE- 1872.96
  3. IROBOT- 1529.70

Businesses (1500-2999 employees)

  1. BIOGEN – CAMBRIDGE- 4363.91
  2. MATHWORKS- 1437.04
  3. HANOVER INSURANCE- 1163.53

Businesses (3000-4999 employees)

  1. MIT LINCOLN LABORATORY- 10436.00
  2. DANA FARBER CANCER INSTITUTE – 1886.83
  3. CITY OF CAMBRIDGE EMPLOYEES- 1485.48

Businesses (5000+ employees)

  1. MASSACHUSETTS GENERAL HOSPITAL- 5827.19
  2. BOSTON CHILDREN’S HOSPITAL- 4181.16
  3. MASSDOT- 1344.02

Schools – ALL

  1. MASSACHUSETTS INSTITUTE OF TECHNOLOGY (MIT)- 5147.59
  2. HARVARD UNIVERSITY- 2818.70
  3. HARVARD LONGWOOD CAMPUS – HMS HSPH AND HSDM- 2658.03

Schools (1-999 people)

  1. MARINE BIOLOGICAL LABORATORY-WOODS HOLE- 554.30
  2. WOODS HOLE OCEANOGRAPHIC INSTITUTION- 487.56
  3. ESCUELA AMIGOS SCHOOL- 870

Schools (1000-4999 people)

  1. HARVARD LONGWOOD CAMPUS – HMS HSPH AND HSDM- 2658.03
  2. BOSTON UNIVERSITY MEDICAL CAMPUS- 1449.13
  3. BRANDEIS UNIVERSITY- 1399.31

Schools (5000+)

  1. MASSACHUSETTS INSTITUTE OF TECHNOLOGY (MIT)- 5147.59
  2. HARVARD UNIVERSITY- 2818.70
  3. TUFTS UNIVERSITY- 744.78

MCBC 2016 Winners:

Total Mileage Winners- Individuals:
1st Place:STEPHEN PUTNAM (603.50) –> Two Year Champion! 
2nd Place: JOHN WIEDEY (600.30)
3rd Place: MATT ROY (582.40)

Total Mileage Winners- Communities:

1st Place: CAMBRIDGE (16,020.71)
2nd Place: SOMERVILLE (15,557.37)
3rd Place: ARLINGTON (12,095.45)

*TBD: Total Mileage PER CAPITA Winners (Communities)

Businesses (Overall):

1st Place: MIT Lincoln Laboratory (11799.99 mi)

2nd Place: Biogen- Cambridge (5717.33 mi)

3rd Place: Boston Children’s Hospital (5110.43 mi)

 

Businesses (1-24 employees):

1st Place: MEETINGHOUSE MONTESSORI SCHOOL (1120.7)

2nd Place: DILL PICKLE GEAR (1046.30)

3rd Place: BLUEFIN BIOMEDICINE (797.26)

 

Businesses (25-99 employees)

1st Place: DIGITAL LUMENS (3913.62)

2nd Place: REI – BOSTON (2766.88)

3rd Place: BOSTON DYNAMICS  (1683.78)

 

Businesses (100-499 employees)

1st Place: ELKUS MANFREDI ARCHITECTS (2651.60 mi)

2nd Place: SASAKI ASSOCIATES INC. (2103.30)

3rd Place: CST CELL CYCLERS (CELL SIGNALING TECHNOLOGY) (1990.39)

 

Businesses (500-1499 employees)

1st Place: GOOGLE (3274.02)

2nd Place: MASSDEP (2538.36)

3rd Place: APPLIED MATERIALS- VARIAN SEMICONDUCTORS EQUIPMENT (1463.82)

 

Businesses (1500-2999 employees)

1st Place: BIOGEN-CAMBRIDGE (5717.33)

2nd Place: MATHWORKS (2057.95)

3rd Place: WAYFAIR LLC  (1445.12)

 

Businesses (3000-4999 employees)

1st Place: MIT LINCOLN LABORATORY (11799.99)

2nd Place: CITY OF CAMBRIDGE EMPLOYEES (2009.62)

3rd Place: DANA FARBER CANCER INSTITUTE (1432.80)

 

Businesses (5000+ employees)

1st Place: BOSTON CHILDREN’S HOSPITAL (5110.43 mi)

2nd Place: MASSACHUSETTS GENERAL HOSPITAL (4519.64)

3rd Place: MASSDOT (2101.37)

 

Schools (1-999 people)

1st Place: WOODS HOLE OCEANOGRAPHIC INSTITUTION (311.86)

2nd Place: FAYERWEATHER STREET SCHOOL (179.10)

3rd Place: BOSTON ARCHITECTURAL COLLEGE (111.00)

 

Schools (1000-4999 people)

1st Place: HARVARD LONGWOOD CAMPUS (4154.45)

2nd Place: BOSTON UNIVERSITY MEDICAL CAMPUS (2223.85)

3rd Place: BRANDEIS UNIVERSITY (639.16)

 

Schools (5000+)

1st Place: MASSACHUSETTS INSTITUTE OF TECHNOLOGY (5274.18)

2nd Place: HARVARD UNIVERSITY (3295.15)

3rd Place: UNIVERSITY OF MASSACHUSETTS AMHERST (677.60)

Wheelie Awards

 

 

Dill-Pickle-logo-header copy Dill Pickle Gear’s Fearless Commuter: James Marshall, Keolis

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“He doesn’t have a car, he bikes to work, leaving at 4:30am. Everyday. In the snow, the rain, the dark, the wind.”

“He was chosen for the shift because he could reliably get to work on time, while other coworkers could not because they have to rely on Transit”

“I call him my ‘bike hero’ for braving all the elements.”

 

 

 

 

 

 

  • Honorable Mention: Kris Carter, City of Boston 

 

 

UA sans tagline  Urban Adventours’ Bicycle Love Story: Amanda Cirello

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“My [biking] journey stretched me to a point of no return, a place that I am happy to be. After completing my journey and conquering the task I put myself through, I have a newfound love for biking!”

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Buca Boot - Logo w Tagline Bucaboot’s Geared Out: Alan Weiss

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“I have a setup that is eminently practical, but unusual. I ride an Easy Racers Gold Rush long recumbent bike, with a front fairing and wrap-around American flag body sock for warmth, aerodynamics, and noticeability.”

“I ride year round in comfort and safety”

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Ortlieb Ortlieb USA’s Grease the Wheels Award: Lee Toma

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“Lee has volunteered as chairman of the Milton Bicycle Advisory Committee for the last couple of years”

“active in promoting, encouraging and enhancing biking in Milton and surrounding communities”

 

 

 

 

 

  • Honorable Mention: Peter Ford

 

 

Ortlieb USA’s Pack Mule Award: Alyssa Lary

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“Alyssa bikes rain or shine and hauls all of her farmer’s market groceries home.”

“She encourages me to ride whenever possible”

“Both Alyssa and I are ‘come as you are bicycle riders’ i.e. neither one of us wear spandex bike shorts and shirts with lots of logos, rather, we like to wear our ordinary work clothes.”

 

 

 

  • Honorable Mention: Peter Stokes

 

Mile Master Award: Stephen Putnam