The International Ski and Snowboard Federation (FIS) has re-introduced its Bike to Work Challenge.
The initiative is a move to promote an active lifestyle and sustainability among the International Federation’s staff for getting around in Switzerland.
Two categories were introduced for the fifth edition of the Challenge, which went over during July and August.
The Bike to Work category recorded the distance covered on the ride to and from work while the Bike Around the World category includes everything from lunch breaks, weekend trips, and any other personal activity.
An impressive 7,728.25 kilometres was recorded by FIS staff during the two-month period.
A total of 1,525.30km was covered by IT expert Uldis Brize, who took the trophy in the bike to work category.
Communications director Jenny Wiedeke topped the Around the World category by recording a whopping 6,202.95km.
FIS thanked all members for participating and congratulated the winners.