WTA League final results
City of Hillsboro reclaimed the WTA League championship trophy after pulling away in the final week to secure their second title. The WTA League uses points per rider, so teams of different sizes can compete as equals. Congratulations to City of Hillsboro for coming out on top of what was a close race all month long! Second place went to Lam Research and third place went to Vernier Software & Technology.
2019 WTA League Participants
The 2019 WTA League included 787 participants, 11,244 trips, and 115,745 miles! Great job to everyone that participated.
other WTA LEAGUE awards
In addition to the championship trophy, honors went out to several other teams:
WTA individual awards
WTA conducted weekly incentive prize drawings, Ride for a Prize Day incentives on National Bike to Work Day, and gave out some end of the challenge awards. In total, 50 riders received incentive prizes with a total value of more than $1,000!
At least two riders from every team in the WTA League received prizes:
David from Vernier Software & Technology was the winner of WTA's Bike More Challenge Story and Photo Submission contest. David's photo (above) accompanied this great quote:
"My workplace has an encouraging culture for wellness and it inspired me to continue to add more physical activity into my lifestyle.
Biking every day this month has helped me be more confident in sharing the road with cars, seek opportunities to ride in the weekend for errands, and reconnect with a hobby I enjoyed in my teenage years."
want to have chances to win prizes all year long?
Sign up for WTA's Commuter Kickbacks program. Commuter Kickbacks awards monthly prizes, and to be eligible you only need to log at least four days per month of non-single occupancy vehicle commute trips. It is a great way to be eligible for prizes for continuing to make bike commute trips all summer (and all year) long! Visit the Commuter Kickbacks page for more information and to create an account.