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Rally Software places first among 20 Bike to Work Day Business Challenge winners

Boulder-based Rally Software claimed first place in a Bike to Work Day Business Challenge, Way to Go, a division of the Denver Regional Council of Governments, has announced. Way to Go recognized 20 winners in the 2013 Bike to Work Day Business Challenge.

Bicyclists in 2013 ready for annual Bike to Work fun in front of the Denver Metro Chamber office. The 2014 event is slated for June 25 by Way to Go, a program of DRCOG.
Way to Go

Bike to Work Day 2014 is Wednesday, June 25 throughout Metro Denver.

Along with Rally, the top three were Plexus Engineering Solutions and Navigant Boulder. In order, other winners were Davis Partnership Architects, Seagate Technology, City of Boulder Municipal Government, National Renewable Energy Laboratory, Colorado Department of Law, Colorado School of Mines, Healthgrades, Qualcomm, National Institute of Standards and Technology and National Telecommunications and Information Administration (tied for 12th place), University of Colorado Denver-Anschutz Medical Campus, Sports Authority Corporate, Primal Wear, Sundyne, Slaterpaull Architects, Tensentric, Suncor Energy USA and Zen Planner.

The business challengers were judged on a scale that compensated for the size of the company.

Rally is an international company with Colorado offices in Boulder and Denver. Its other North American offices are in Kirkland, Calif., Raleigh, N.C., and Toronto, Canada. It also has offices in London, Amsterdam, Helsinki, Singapore, Melbourne and Sydney.

Plexus, also a global company, has a branch office in Louisville, Colo. Navigant is an international Boulder-based company with an office in Denver.