Results

2014 Results

Participating workplaces: 1,190

Participating riders: 10,350

Miles biked: 1,212,271

Can't find your workplace? Look it up on the alphabetical list, or see results for all teams by city (heads up: big files).

• Business and Non-Profit, 1 employee

Boont Rocks (100%)

Diablo (100%)

Axoplasm (100%)

Dr. Jeffrey D. Sher (100%)

Oregon Walks (100%)

The People's Accountant (100%)

P-Town Design (100%)

Jeffrey Trull (100%)

• Business and Non-Profit, 2-4 employees

PedalPT, 2 employees, 100%

• Business and Non-Profit,  5-24 employees

CIC Bicycle Champions (Cast Iron Coding), 100%

• Business and Non-Profit, 25-99 employees

Alta Planning + Design 78%

• Business and Non-Profit, 100-499 employees

Quantam Spatial 54%

• Business and Non-Profit, 500+ employees

Reed College 10%

 

PUBLIC AGENCIES

•  Public Agencies, 1-24 employees

OHSU Pharmacy, 77%

• Public Agencies, 25-99 employees

Lincoln Building (Multnomah County) 42%

• Public Agencies, 100-499 employees

City of Portland Bureau of Planning and Sustainability, 33%

• Public Agencies, 500+ employees

Portland State Office Building, 11%

 

BIKE SHOPS

•  Bike Shops, 1-8 employees

Sugar Wheel Works, 97%

 

• Bike Shops, 9-15 employees

Bike Gallery – Downtown, 90%

 

• Bike Shops, 16+ employees

Citybikes - 43%

 

Most New Riders Award

Nike with 49 new riders

 

Team with Most Miles

Daimler with 27,107.71

 

Brian Reynolds Distance Award

Winner: Kyle Carlson, Daimler Trucks North America, 1144 miles, 100%

 

Brad Buchanan Team Captain of the Year Award

Winner: Will Cortez, Vernier Software and Engineering

 

2013 Results

Participating workplaces: 1,290

Participating riders: 10,555

Miles biked: 1,151,686

All winners are listed below with links to PDFs of full bike stats for each category.

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• Business and Non-Profit, 1 employee

The Copy Center at Camera Graphics

Dr. Jeffrey D. Sher

Boont Rocks!

HoltzReport

Kohles Bioengineering

 

• Business and Non-Profit, 2-4 employees

PedalPT, 2 employees, 100%

Measureful, 3 employees, 100%

 

• Business and Non-Profit,  5-24 employees

Sticky, 100%, 5 employees,

Cast Iron Coding 100% 7 employees

Oregon Health and Science University – Market Square Building 5th Floor, 100%, 5 employees

 

• Business and Non-Profit, 25-99 employees

Watershed Sciences, Inc – 63 employees, 78.71%

 

• Business and Non-Profit, 100-499 employees

Energy Trust of Oregon – 105 employees, 45.89%

 

• Business and Non-Profit, 500+ employees

Weiden + Kennedy, 636 employees, 8.45%

 

PUBLIC AGENCIES

•  Public Agencies, 1-24 employees

Dynamic Ecosystems and Landscapes Lab, 89.30%, 4 employees

 

• Public Agencies, 25-99 employees

US Geological Survey, 90 employees, 37.33%

 

• Public Agencies, 100-499 employees

City of Portland Bureau of Planning and Sustainability, 104 employees, 32.83

 

• Public Agencies, 500+ employees

Portland State Office Building, 707 employees, 11.84%

 

BIKE SHOPS

•  Bike Shops, 1-8 employees

Go By Bike, 83.33% commute rate, 6 employees

 

• Bike Shops, 9-15 employees

Bike Gallery – Beaverton, 24.78% commute rate with 15 employees

 

• Bike Shops, 16+ employees

Bike Gallery- Downtown Portland with a 94.39% commute rate with 16 employees

 

Most New Riders Award

Daimler Trucks of North America with 46 new riders

 

Brian Reynolds Distance Award

Winner: Jeff Capizzi of the Portland State Office Building Team with 1,849.3 miles in 20 days of commuting.

 

Brad Buchanan Team Captain of the Year Award

Winner: Tim McLeod of Oregon Catholic Press

Past results:

 

Team Sticky grabs the brass ring and a year’s worth of bragging rights: 100% participation.

2012 Results

Participating workplaces: 1,395

Participating riders: 11,745

Miles biked: 1,278,343

All winners are listed below with links to PDFs of full bike stats for each category.

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• Business and Non-Profit, 1 employee

Winners (with 100% commute rates): HoltzReport, Dr.Jeffrey D Sher, Kohles Bioengineering,  The Copy Center at Camera Graphics, Willamette Pedestrian Coalition, Boont Rocks!, Pedal PT

• Business and Non-Profit, 2-4 employees 

Winner (with 100% commute rate): Glad Rags, Portland

• Business and Non-Profit,  5-24 employees

Winner: Cast Iron Coding of Portland with a 100% Commute Rate

• Business and Non-Profit, 25-99 employees

Winner: Watershed Sciences, Inc. of Portland with a 90.95% commute rate

• Business and Non-Profit, 100-499 employees

Winner: SERA Architects of Portland with a 53.04% commute rate

• Business and Non-Profit, 500+ employees

Winner: Wieden + Kennedy with a 14.18% commute rate

PUBLIC AGENCIES

•  Public Agencies, 1-24 employees

Winner: Commissioner Saltzman’s Office with a 56.39%

• Public Agencies, 25-99 employees

Winner: US Geological Survey, Portland with a 37.57% commute rate

• Public Agencies, 100-499 employees

Winner: City of Portland Bureau of Planning and Sustainability with a 32.69 % commute rate.

• Public Agencies, 500+ employees

Winner: Oregon Department of Environmental Quality with a 11.20% commute rate

BIKE SHOPS

 

•  Bike Shops, 1-8 employees

Winner:  Metropolis Cycle Repair with a 96.50% commute rate

• Bike Shops, 9-15 employees

Winner: Bike Gallery- Downtown with a 96.45% commute rate

• Bike Shops, 16+ employees

Winner: Bike Gallery- Operations/Warehouse with a 47.64% commute rate

Brian Reynolds Distance Award

Winner: Jeff Capizzi of the Portland State Office Building Team with 1,524.1 miles miles in 19 days of commuting.


Brad Buchanan Team Captain Award

Winner: Paula Funatake of NWEA


2011 Results

Participating workplaces: 1452
Participating riders: 12,063
Miles biked: 1,372,619

All winners are listed below with links to PDFs of full bike stats for each category.

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BUSINESSES AND NON-PROFITS


• Business and Non-Profit, 
1 employee


Winners (with 100% commute rates):


Boont rocks!

Dr. Jeffrey D Sher

Flux Design

HoltzReport

Portland Natural Medicine

Snueupagus

Standard TV & Appliance Warehouse

Team CrankMyChain.TV

The Copy Center at Camera Graphics

Willamette Pedestrian Coalition

 

• Business and Non-Profit, 2-4 employees 

Winners (with 100% commute rate):

Grapheon Design, Portland

• Business and Non-Profit,  5-24 employees

Winner: Cast Iron Coding of Portland with a 100% Commute Rate

• Business and Non-Profit, 25-99 employees

Winners:

Community Cycling Center of Portland with a 91.14% commute rate

Watershed Sciences, Inc. of Portland with a 89.51% commute rate

• Business and Non-Profit, 100-499 employees

Winner: SERA Architects of Portland with a 49.55% commute rate

• Business and Non-Profit, 500+ employees

Winner: Reed College of Portland with a 10.14% commute rate

 

PUBLIC AGENCIES


• Public Agencies, 1-24 employees

Winner: Oregon DHS - SPD program of Portland with a 58.75% commute rate

 

• Public Agencies, 25-99 employees

Winner: US Geological Survey, Portland with a 42.88% commute rate

• Public Agencies, 100-499 employees

Winner: City of Portland Bureau of Planning and Sustainability with a 36.64 % commute rate.

• Public Agencies, 500+ employees

Winner: Oregon Department of Environmental Quality with a 11.91% commute rate

 

BIKE SHOPS


• Bike Shops, 
1-8 employees

Winner: Ashland Cycle Sport with a 96.73% commute rate

 

• Bike Shops, 9-15 employees

Winner: Bike Gallery- Downtown with a 99.07% commute rate

• Bike Shops, 16+ employees

Winner: Bike Friday of Eugene with a 51.80% commute rate

Brian Reynolds Distance Award

Winner: Dave Weber of NW Natural with 1096 miles in 20 days of commuting.

 Top Mileage Rider List

Brad Buchanan Team Captain Award presented by Emerita

Winner: Frank Charron and Derwyn Harris Jama Software

 


2010 Results

Participating workplaces: 1283
Participating riders: 10,833
Miles biked: 1,166,247

All winners are listed below with links to PDFs of full bike stats for each category.

Can't find your workplace? Look it up on the alphabetical list. Or see results for all teams by city.

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BUSINESSES AND NON-PROFITS


Business and Non-Profit,
1 employee

 

Winners (with 100% commute rates):

Dr. Jeffrey D Sher- Jeffrey Sher
Willamette Pedestrian Coalition- Steph Routh
The Copy Center at Camera Graphics- Peggy Pfenninger
HoltzReport- Andrew Holtz
Portland Physical Therapy- Kathleen Hahn

Business and Non-Profit, 2-4 employees 

Winners (with 100% commute rate):

Grapheon Design, Portland
New Outlook Financial, LLC, Portland
Organic Haus, Eugene

Business and Non-Profit, 5-24 employees

Winner: Sam Six of Portland with a 99.2%

Business and Non-Profit, 25-99 employees

Winner: Alta Planning and Design of Portland with a 70.1% commute rate

Business and Non-Profit, 100-499 employees

Winner: First Alternative Co-op of Corvallis with a 43.4% commute rate

Business and Non-Profit, 500+ employees

Winner: Reed College of Portland with a 10.9% commute rate

 

PUBLIC AGENCIES


Public Agencies, 1-24 employees

Winner: City of Portland- Commissioner Leonard’s Office with a 56.1% commute rate

 

Public Agencies, 25-99 employees

Winner: PSU Campus Recreation Department with a 40% commute rate

Public Agencies, 100-499 employees

Winner: City of Portland Bureau of Planning and Sustainability with a 30.8 % commute rate.

Public Agencies, 500+ employees

Winner: Oregon Department of Environmental Quality with a 9.9% commute rate

 

BIKE SHOPS


Bike Shops,
1-8 employees

Winner: Ashland Cycle Sport with a 98.8% commute rate

 

Bike Shops, 9-15 employees

Winner: Bike Gallery- Downtown with a 100% commute rate

Bike Shops, 16+ employees

Winner: Citybikes of Portland with a 55.6% commute rate

Brian Reynolds Distance Award

Winner: Chris Bell of ODOT-Salem with 1818 miles in 24 days of commuting

Brad Buchanan Team Captain Award presented by Emerita

Winner: Darren Pennington of Providence Portland Medical Center

2009 Results

Participating workplaces: 1240
Participating riders: 11,118
Miles biked: 1,244,718

All winners are listed below with links to PDFs of full bike stats for each category.

Can't find your workplace? Look it up on the alphabetical list. Or see results for all teams by city.

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Also see who the longest-distance commuters were during the 2009 Challenge.

 

BUSINESSES AND NON-PROFITS


Business and Non-Profit, 1 employee

 

Winners (with 100% commute rates): Kohles Bioengineering- Sean Kohles, Dr. Jeffrey D Sher- Jeffrey Sher,
Portland Outdoor Fitness- James Lasof,  Chuck Barnes Consulting Corporation- Chuck  Barnes,   Camera Graphics- Peggy Pfenninger,  HoltzReport- Andrew Holtz,  Green Marketing NW- Diane Dulken,  New Outlook Financial, LLC- Charles Carroll,  Lazo Tax Service- Allan Lazo

Business and Non-Profit, 2-4 employees 

Winners (with 100% commute rate): GladRags, Eclipse Foundation

Business and Non-Profit, 5-24 employees

Winners (with 100% commute rate): sticky, Stumptown Printers

Business and Non-Profit, 25-99 employees

Winner: Community Cycling Center with a 90.4% commute rate

Business and Non-Profit, 100-499 employees

Winner: First Alternative Co-op of Corvallis with a 37.1% commute rate

Business and Non-Profit, 500+ employees

Winner: NCNM with a 10.1% commute rate

 

PUBLIC AGENCIES


Public Agencies, 1-24 employees

Winner: OHSU Pediatric Pulmonary Division with a 96.4% commute rate

 

Public Agencies, 25-99 employees

Winner: PSU Campus Recreation Department with a 51.1% commute rate

Public Agencies, 100-499 employees

Winner: Portland Bureau of Planning and Sustainability with a 51.5 % commute rate

Public Agencies, 500+ employees

Winner: Oregon Department of Environmental Quality with a 10.2% commute rate

 

BIKE SHOPS


Bike Shops, 1-8 employees

Winner: South Salem Cycleworks with a 84.8% commute rate

 

Bike Shops, 9-15 employees

Winner: Bike n Hike- Portland with a 46.8% commute rate

Bike Shops, 16+ employees

Winner: Bike Gallery- Downtown with a 99.2% commute rate

Brian Reynolds Distance Award

Winner: Chris Bell with 1828 miles in 21 days of commuting

Most New Bike Commuters Award

Winner: NCNM

2008 Results

Participating workplaces: 1,073
Participating riders: 10,689
Miles biked: 1,235,219

The winner or winners of each category are listed below, with links to PDFs of full bike stats for each category.

Can't find your workplace? Look it up on the alphabetical list. Or see results for all teams by city.

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Also see who the longest-distance commuters were during the 2007 Challenge.

 

BUSINESSES AND NON-PROFITS


Business and Non-Profit, 1 employee

 

Winners (with 100% commute rates): Andrew Holtz - Holtz Report, Dr. Jeffrey D Sher, Peggy Pfenninger - Camera Graphics, Cheryl Hummon - NW Zoo & Aquarium Alliance, Charles Carroll - New Outlook Financial, LLC
Michelle Blackwood - Acupuncture Works LLC

Business and Non-Profit, 2-4 employees

Winner: Eclipse Foundation, with a 100% commute rate

Business and Non-Profit, 5-24 employees

Winner: Stumptown Printers, with a 96.6% commute rate

Business and Non-Profit, 25-99 employees

Winner: Community Cycling Center and Chris King Precision Components

Business and Non-Profit, 100-499 employees

Winner: First Alternative Co-op of Corvallis with a 38% commute rate

Business and Non-Profit, 500+ employees

Winner: National College of Natural Medicine with a 12.6% commute rate

 

PUBLIC AGENCIES


Public Agencies, 1-24 employees

Winner: Portland Parks and Recreation- Adaptive and Inclusive Recreation program with a 61% commute rate

 

Public Agencies, 25-99 employees

Winner: City of Portland Office of Sustainable Development with a 45.7% commute rate

Public Agencies, 100-499 employees

Winner: City of Portland Bureau of Environmental Services with a 26.5% commute rate

Public Agencies, 500+ employees

Winner: Oregon Department of Environmental Quality with a 9.2% commute rate

 

BIKE SHOPS


Bike Shops, 1-8 employees

Winner: South Salem Cycleworks with a 94.6% commute rate

 

Bike Shops, 9-15 employees

Winner: Bike Gallery Downtown with a 98.4% commute rate

Bike Shops, 16+ employees

Winner: Bike Gallery Hollywood with a 92.4% commute rate

Brian Reynolds Distance Award

Winner: Rick Martin with 1400 miles

Most New Bike Commuters Award

Winner: National College of Natural Medicine

2007 Results

Participating workplaces: 888
Participating riders: 9,746
Miles ridden: 922,835
Trips by bike: 101,269

The winner or winners of each category are listed below, with links to PDFs of full bike stats for each category.

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Also see who the longest-distance commuters were during the 2007 Challenge.

 

BUSINESSES AND NON-PROFITS

Business and Non-Profit, 1-4 employee

 

Winners: Eclipse Foundation, Coalition fo a Livable Future, Oregon Department of Kick Ass, Striped Shirt Cinema, Dr. Jeffrey D. Sher

Business and Non-Profit, 5-24 employees

Winners: Alta Planning and Design

Business and Non-Profit, 25-99 employees
Winners: Chris King Precision Components

Business and Non-Profit, 100-499 employees
Winner: New Seasons Market- Arbor Lodge

Business and Non-Profit, 500+ employees
Winner: National College of Natural Medicine

 

PUBLIC AGENCIES

Public Agencies, 1-24 employees
Winner: Office of Commissioner Sam Adams

 

Public Agencies, 25-99 employees
Winner: City of Portland Office of Sustainable Development

Public Agencies, 100-499 employees
Winner: Metro Regional Services

Public Agencies, 500+ employees
Winner: Oregon Department of Environmental Quality

 

BIKE SHOPS

Bike Shops, 1-8 employees
Winner: South Salem Cycleworks with a 94.6% commute rate

 

Bike Shops, 9-15 employees
Winner: Bike Gallery Downtown

Bike Shops, 16+ employees
Winner: Community Cycling Center

2006 Results

Participating workplaces: 550
Participating riders: 6,186
Miles ridden: 627,938
Trips by bike: 66,959

The winner or winners of each category are listed below. You can also download all results (in a searchable, sortable spreadsheet).

 

MOST NEW BIKERS

Winner: Scott Edwards Architecture

 

 

BUSINESSES AND NON-PROFITS

• Business and Non-Profit, 1-4 employees
Winners: Dr. Jeffrey Sher; SocialData America; Brian Litmans, Environmental Attorney-at-Law; Lunar Logic

 

• Business and Non-Profit, 5-24 employees
Winner: Team Estrogen, Inc.

• Business and Non-Profit, 25-99 employees
Winner: Chris King Precision Components

• Business and Non-Profit, 100-499 employees
Winner: New Seasons Market Arbor Lodge

• Business and Non-Profit, 500+ employees
Winners: National College of Naturopathic Medicine and IBM Beaverto

 

PUBLIC AGENCIES

• Public Agencies, 1-24 employees
Winner: Office of Portland City Commissioner Sam Adams

 

• Public Agencies, 25-99 employees
Winner: City of Portland Office of Sustainable Development

• Public Agencies, 100-499 employees
Winner: City of Portland Bureau of Environmental Services

• Public Agencies, 500+ employees
Winner: Oregon Department of Environmental Quality

 

BIKE SHOPS

• Bike Shops, 1-8 employees
Winner: South Salem Cycleworks

 

• Bike Shops, 9-15 employees
Winner: Bike Gallery Downtown

• Bike Shops, 16+ employees
Winner: Bike Gallery Hollywood

 

2005 Results

Participating workplaces: 534
Number of participating riders: 5520
Miles ridden: 581,449
Number of trips by bike: 61,533

The top finishers in each category are listed below.

Listing of full stats, by category

 

BUSINESSES AND NON-PROFITS


• Business and Non-Profit, 1-4 employees

 

  • Winner (4-way tie):
    Office of Dr. Jeffrey D. Sher, Portland
    Office of Philip Morgan, Portland
    Creative Database Solutions NW, Portland
    Kohles Bioengineering, Portland
  • 2. Dennis Godfrey Consulting, Portland
  • 3. Atlas Landscape Architecture, Portland
  • 4. Albertina Kerr Center, Portland
  • 5. Dedicated Project Management, Bend
  • 6. HoltzReport, Portland
  • 7. Emily Simon Law Office, Portland
  • 8. Watermelon Web Works, Portland
  • 9. reSource, Bend
  • 10. Coalition for a Livable Future, Portland

• Business and Non-Profit, 5-24 employees

  • Winner: Alta Planning+Design, Portland
  • 2. Oregon Trial Lawyers Association, Portland
  • 3. Greenworks, P.C., Portland
  • 4. Thetus Corporation, Portland
  • 5. Sockeye Creative, Portland
  • 6. Wallis Engineering, Vancouver, WA
  • 7. EEA Architects, PC, Portland
  • 8. Sisters of the Road Café, Portland
  • 9. Coffee Plant, Portland
  • 10. David B. Redwine, MD PC, Bend

• Business and Non-Profit, 25-99 employees

  • Winner: SERA Architects, Portland
  • 2. Chris King Precision Components, Portland
  • 3. Energy Trust of Oregon
  • 4. Thompson Vaivoda & Associates Architects, Portland
  • 5. Walker Macy, Portland
  • 6. The Nature Conservancy, Portland
  • 7. Ecos Consulting, Portland
  • 8. Kolisch Hartwell PC, Portland
  • 9. Arlington Club, Portland
  • 10. Opsis Architecture, Portland

• Business and Non-Profit, 100-499 employees

  • Winner: Grand Central Baking Company, Portland
  • 2. REI, Portland
  • 3. Extensis, Portland
  • 4. New Seasons Market - Seven Corners, Portland
  • 5. KPFF Consulting Engineers, Portland
  • 6. Zimmer Gunsul Frasca, Portland
  • 7. New Seasons - Arbor Lodge, Portland
  • 8. Pratt & Larson Ceramics, Inc., Portland
  • 9. URS Corp, Portland
  • 10. New Seasons - Concordia, Portland

• Business and Non-Profit, 500+ employee

  • Winner: IBM Beaverton
  • 2. Lewis & Clark College, Portland
  • 3. Tektronix Inc, Beaverton
  • 4. University of Portland
  • 5. Hewlett-Packard, Vancouver
  • 6. Hewlett-Packard, Corvallis
  • 7. Kaiser Permanente KPB, Portland
  • 8. Columbia Sportswear, Portland
  • 9. Freightliner LLC, Portland
  • 10. CNF, Portland

 

PUBLIC AGENCIES


• Public Agencies, 5-24 employees

 

  • Winner: Dept of Land Conservation & Development, Portland field office
  • 2. City of Portland - Commissioner Saltzman’s Office
  • 3. Office of US Rep Earl Blumenauer, Portland
  • 4. Office of Portland City Commissioner Sam Adams
  • 5. Regional Research Institute, Portland
  • 6. Deschutes County Planning, Bend
  • 7. Multnomah County Library - Holgate, Portland
  • 8. Parkdale Elementary School, Parkdale, OR
  • 9. City of Portland - Code Services
  • 10. US Environmental Protection Agency, Portland

• Public Agencies, 25-99 employees

  • Winner: City of Portland Bureau of Planning
  • 2. Office of Sustainable Development, City of Portland
  • 3. US Geological Survey, Portland
  • 4. Bureau of Development Services, City of Portland
  • 5. Oregon Dept of Land Conservation & Development, Salem
  • 6. City of Portland Attorney’s Office
  • 7. City of Portland Bureau of Housing and Community Development
  • 8. City of Vancouver Transportation Services, Vancouver, WA
  • 9. City of Portland Auditor’s Office
  • 10. Northwest Power and Conservation Council, Portland

• Public Agencies, 100-499 employees

  • Winner: City of Portland Bureau of Environmental Services
  • 2. NOAA Fisheries, Portland
  • 3. Metro Regional Services, Portland
  • 4. City of Portland Office of Transportation
  • 5. Portland Development Commission
  • 6. Multnomah County Library, downtown Portland
  • 7. Oregon Water Resources Department
  • 8. City of Grants Pass
  • 9. Benton County Health Department, Corvallis
  • 10. Washington State Dept of Transportation, Vancouver

• Public Agencies, 500+ employees

  • Winner: Oregon Department of Environmental Quality, Portland & Salem
  • 2. ODOT Region 1, Portland
  • 3. Portland State University
  • 4. Port of Portland Admin Building
  • 5. TriMet, Portland
  • 6. Bonneville Power Administration, Portland
  • 7. City of Salem
  • 8. City of Portland Bureau of Water Works
  • 9. Portland Public Schools
  • 10. Duncan Building User Group (BLM, USFS, ACE), Portland

BIKE SHOPS

• Bike Shops, 1-5 employees

  • Winner: South Salem Cycleworks
  • 2. Cycle Path, Portland
  • 3. Velotech, Portland
  • 4. Weir’s Cyclery, N Portland

• Bike Shops, 6-15 employee

  • Winner: Bike Gallery - Downtown, Portland
  • 2. Bike N Hike, Beaverton
  • 3. Bike Gallery - Division St. Store, Portland
  • 4. Santiam Bicycle, Salem
  • 5. Bike Gallery, Beaverton

• Bike Shops, 16+ employees

  • Winner: Citybikes Worker Owned Cooperative, Portland
  • 2. Bike Gallery - Hollywood, Portland
  • 3. Bike Gallery - Operations, Portland