Friday, May 18, 2012

Memphis Flyer Wins Third Place in Bike-to-Work Championships

Posted By on Fri, May 18, 2012 at 1:51 PM

Five Memphis Flyer employees took to the streets (and bike lanes) Friday morning for the annual Bike-to-Work Day sponsored by the Downtown Memphis Commission.

Here we are! Left to right: Chip Googe, Matt Writt, John Branston, Mark Plumlee, and Bianca Phillips.

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As a result, the Memphis Flyer/Contemporary Media took home the third place trophy for having one of the highest numbers of cyclists representing the company. St. Jude Children's Hospital won first place, and Archer > Malmo came in second place.

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