A total of 320 “e-riders” traveled more than 24,200 kilometers during the event. With the automaker pledging to donate 5 pesos worth of PPEs for every kilometer traveled by participants, they were able to pledge some 600 PPEs on the spot. The remaining 300 is a donation made by Chery Auto Philippines.
The PPE gowns were locally manufactured, produced by sewing machines donated by United Asia Automotive Group, Inc. (UAAGI)’s employees’ CARE Cooperative.
Beneficiary hospitals include the Northern Mindanao Medical Center, Ospital ng Malabon, Tondo Medical Hospital, and Valenzuela Hospital.
Participants of Chery Auto Philippines’s labor day ride had to post their proofs of mileage on Facebook or on various cycling apps like Garmin, Zwift, Strava, Bkool with the hashtag #CheryAutoPHRideOn2020 from May 1 to before noon of May 2. Posts must include the date of the ride. Rides must strictly be indoors only and done only on May 1.
The single longest ride accumulated 412.2 kilometers in 17.5 hours.
Recipients for three special awards—Ken Sarabia for Longest Male Distance Spinner, Jermyn Prado for Longest Female Distance Spinner, and Rene Alumbro for First To Reach 100 Kms Spinner were given prizes.