Random Drawings for Week 1, 2, 3, 4, 5 & Grand Prize

May Bike Month – Amazing Success Across the Country!

We received over 1,100 enteries for 31 days from across the country. 

  • Tompkins County, NY
  • Seneca County, NY
  • Lanham, MD
  • Lane County, NY
  • Ottawa County, NY
  • Ontario County, NY
  • New York, New York (Brooklyn, Queens, Manhattan)
  • Cayuga County, NY
  • Maricopa County, AZ
  • Schuyler, NY
  • Tempe, AZ
  • Chemung County
  • Washington D.C.
  • Broome County, NY
  • Orange, County, NY

Grand Prize and End of Month Prizes

Week 1 Prizes May 1st – 6th

Week 2 Prizes – May 7th – 13th

 Week 3 Prizes May 14th – May 20th

Week 4 Prizes May 21st – May 27th

Week 5 Prizes May 28th – May 31st

Surprise Prizes Prizes

  • Having fun with social media, a Framed Picture of 1893 Cyclist Map – Vicki Martin, Post-Doc
  • Inspiring people from across the United States to be more active, Class 3 High Visibility Safety Vest for him to Give away to someone else – Chris Van Druff, Staff
  • For sharing an inspiring story at at recent out recent event about the importance of hearing a helmet – Aubrey Lang, Staff, $15 Dunkin’ Donuts Gift CardAubrey Lang, Staff
  • Advocating for more sustainability and safety transportation, Camelbak Blue Water BottleAlice Raynor (Alfie), Student
  • Getting back on the horse, after an accident, a story shared at a recent outreach event, Limited Edition Cornell Water Bottle – Tim Barnard, Staff
  • Commuting to work and advocating for biking as a way for overall transportation, Men’s Gloves, and Cornell Men’s T-Shirt – Adam Bogdanove, Faculty
  • A strong safety advocate regarding people that bike, the importance of sharing the road, and reporting the safety concerns. We appreciate how he brings attention to these important issues, and deserves a framed bike bell – Daniel Keough, Graduate Student
  • Grinding from Fall Creek to Cornell Award, David Mehrle, Graduate Student. Many staff, faculty, and students grind up the hill, if you know someone that does, a high five and recondition never hurts.
  • Smiling and Riding Award goes to Jess Cisco, Tompkins County Resident, and Bob Talda, Staff. Bob and Jess bike all over Cornell’s Ithaca campus and Tompkins County. They both encourage others to be active, because of these efforts they both will receive a $25.00 Gift Card to the Finger Lakes Running Company, courtesy of the Finger Lakes Running Company. 

MAPS AND RESOURCES

Bike Walk Tompkins
Bike Walk Tompkins has a large list of area resources for people interested in biking or walking. From someone just getting started, to the experienced hiker and cyclist.

IthacaTrails.org
IthacaTrails.org is a great website no matter what the season or mode of active transportation. The site has great guides that help you explore the beauty of the outdoors of Ithaca and Tompkins County.

Ithaca-Tompkins County Transportation Council (ITCTC) has a variety and projects regarding projects, studies, and maps regarding active transportation, and transportation demand management (TDM).

2018 NYC Bike Map is free from the NYC DOT. Over 350,000 maps will be available beginning in May at NYC bicycle shops, NYC Recreation Centers, libraries, and schools in all the five bororoughs. You can also order your free copy by calling 311. The 2018 PDF Version is available now.

Vision Zero – NYC.gov – The City of New York must no longer regard traffic crashes as mere “accidents,” but rather as preventable incidents that can be systematically addressed. No level of fatality on city streets is inevitable or acceptable. This Vision Zero Action Plan is the City’s foundation for ending traffic deaths and injuries on our streets.

You can also pick up a Tompkins County / Ithaca Bike Maps at Cornell Transportation & Delivery ServicesWay2Go, part of Cornell Cooperative Extension Tompkins CountyThe Ithaca / Tompkins Convention and Visitors Bureau.

 

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