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Cycle September winners announced!

Photos from Love to Ride participants around Tampa Bay (L to R: Submitted by Chris Sheppard, Imre Berty, Jodi Godfrey, Susie Cooke, Scott Hubert).

Bike/Walk Tampa Bay hosted Cycle September, a local competition encouraging more people to ride bicycles and log their trips. Tampa Bay cyclist Phil Schuster won the overall challenge logging over 1,200 miles ridden. Danielle Greer logged over 1,000 miles to winning top female rider. In the large employer category, Tampa General Hospital took the top spot in the workplace challenge. Cycle September ran the entire month of September and was the final month of the larger Love to Ride National Bike Challenge, a summer-long competition. The leaderboards were “reset” for Cycle September so that riders joining for the first time could compete on level ground with those who had been riding all summer long.

Congratulations to the following Cycle September winners!
(For more information and to see additional challenge winners, please visit

Individual Participants

Top Riders (all categories)

  1. Phillip Schuster
  2. Lee Johnson
  3. Christopher C
  4. Roly Hernandez
  5. Dave Sarcevic

Top Female Rider (most miles)

  1. Danielle Greer
  2. Michele Collet-Kriz
  3. Cynthia Floyd
  4. Julie Bond
  5. Julie Roth

Top Male Rider (most miles)

  1. Phillip Schuster
  2. Christopher C
  3. Lee Johnson
  4. Glen Nagel
  5. Terry Tuggle

Top Riders (most trips)

  1. Disco Mike
  2. Renee Barthel
  3. Imre Berty
  4. Lloyd Pierce
  5. Chris Sheppard

Top New Female Riders

  1. Martha Cavalletta
  2. Lisa Marie
  3. Joyce Pierce
  4. Kathleen Norris
  5. Paula Flores

Top New Male Riders

  1. Michael Childs
  2. Diego Guerra
  3. Austin Rivera
  4. Freddie Reyes
  5. Don Skelton

Top Commuters (most days riding to work)

  1. Keith Curington
  2. Lloyd Pierce
  3. Renee Barthel
  4. Brian McCarthy
  5. Heidi Magin

Most Rides with Kids

  1. Dexter Howard
  2. Lisa Marie
  3. Martha Cavalletta
  4. Dan Hahn
  5. Sean Senior

Top Encouragers

  1. Julie Bond
  2. Karen Kress
  3. Stephanie Jackson
  4. Susan Snyder
  5. Keith Curington


Top Workplaces – 2,000+ Staff

  1. Tampa General Hospital
  2. University of South Florida
  3. City of Tampa
  4. Johns Hopkins All Children’s Hospital – St Petersburg, FL

Top Workplaces – 500 to 1,999 Staff

  1. Hillsborough County – Public Utilities
  2. Pasco-Hernando State College
  3. Florida Department of Transportation District Seven

Top Workplaces – 50 to 199 Staff

  1. HNTB – Tampa
  2. Tindale Oliver

Top Workplaces – 20 to 49 Staff

  1. Plan Hillsborough
  2. Tampa Downtown Partnership
  3. USPS – Port Richey office
  4. AIM Engineering – Tampa Office
  5. ChappellRoberts

Top Workplaces – 7 to 19 Staff

  1. Florida Bicycle Association
  2. Forward Pinellas
  3. Tampa – FFD
  4. Westshore Alliance

Top Workplaces – 3 to 6 Staff

  1. Collaborative Art Editions
  2. Moreno Orama Architecture, Inc.
  3. Self Employed – San Antonio, FL
  4. Pedal Power Promoters, LLC
  5. Wetrocks


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