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29 Nov 2018, Posted by Dayle Laing in Brampton Cycling, Canada Cycling, Region of Peel Cycling, Sustainable Transportation, Videos

Winners of Pedalwise Summer/Fall Carbon Reduction Challenge announced

The purpose of the Carbon Reduction Challenge was to encourage Brampton Bike Hub’s Pedalwise protégés to use their bikes as often as possible to get to destinations.  The Challenge did its job and then some!

Congratulate the winners at the Official Opening of Brampton Bike Hub’s bike cage on Wed Dec 19th 6:30pm at 50 Sunny Meadow Blvd, Unit 108. Ceremony begins at 7pm in underground parking, accessed from main lobby elevator. Bike cage sponsored by Region of Peel ‘Healthy Living Supports and PCHS.

Environment and Climate Change Canada’s EcoAction Community Funding Program, as well as our partner agency PCHS, has made this Challenge possible. BikeBrampton also thanks all the Protégés, our dedicated volunteer Mentors, Bike Mechanics, CAN-BIKE instructor, Velo-Canada-Bikes, Region of Peel and City of Brampton. The Bikeport by Kevin Montgomery set up and analysed the Strava Brampton EcoAction Club data to determine the winners.

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Carbon Reduction Challenge Winner Results:

From July 1st to October 31st,

  • Protégés logged over 480 trips
  • Cycled almost 8,000km
  • Displaced 2.5 tonnes of carbon!

10% Carbon Reduction Challenge Winners:

  • Jason, Heidi, Peggy, Ewa, Raquel

These protégés rode at least 10% more between July 1st to October 31st than they did between January 1st to June 30th. That was in terms of number of trips cycled and kilometres ridden. Even for those who cycled very little in the first half of 2018, the minimum challenge was 11 rides and 110km.

Grand Prize Distance Winners:

  • Jason 3,553km
  • Heidi 1,124km
  • Peggy 767km

These protégés cycled the farthest distance during the contest period.

Grant Prize Percentage Winners:

  • Ewa 810%
  • Alexandra 179%
  • Peggy 68%

These protégés really stepped up their game during the summer and fall, and cycled much more than they had in the first half of the year.

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