Mercer and Ocean
(609) 452-1491
  
Employer Team Challenge

Create a team during Bike to Work Week; invite coworkers to join you as a way to add some friendly competition and excitement to your rides!

Employer Teams consist of up to 5 members. If your employer has more than 5 participants, you can form more teams and compete against each other. Just remember to name your team and write the name of your team on the registration form!

At the end of the Bike to Work Week, log your miles and the number of days. The winners will be chosen based on the highest team trip average. If there is a tie between teams, the winner will be team with the highest mile average. The winning team will be awarded a Golden Wheels Award and each team member will receive a $25.00 gift card.
My Contact Information
First name:*
Last name:*
Email:*
Address:*
City:*
State:*
Zip code:*
Phone:
Place of Employment:
Employer Team Member?
I am a member of an employer team
Team Name:
Would you like us to hold a Bike Commuting Lunch & Learn?
Yes No
T-shirt size:*
Small Medium Large X-Large
Gender:*
Male Female
Which group do you belong to?*
Millenial Gen X Baby Boomer
My Biking Information
Where will you be bike commuting from?*
Home
Train Station (please specify which)   
Other   
Where will you be bike commuting to?*
Location name:*
Address:*
City:*
State:*
Zip code:*
Are you a first-time bike commuter?*
Yes No
How do you typically commute to work?*
Car
Bus
Train
Bike
Walk
Combination
Other   
How long is your typical commute, one-way?*
0-15 minutes
16-30 minutes
31-45 minutes
46-60 minutes
Over 60 minutes
How often do you ride a bike?*
Daily
3-5 times a week
Once or twice a week
Every 2-3 weeks
A few times a year
I don’t usually ride
What kind of bicycling do you usually do? (Check all that apply)*
To work
Social activities and community events
Errands/Shopping
Restaurants, coffee shops
School
Visit friends and family
Fitness/Recreation
Other   
Where would you like to see bicycle racks to increase your bike use?*
What one specific improvement would make your bike commute better?