Get There Challenge

Join the Get There Challenge Oct. 7-21!

Get There Oregon

You can Get There better—and get recognized for driving less.

Use Get There to log your carpool, vanpool, transit, biking, and walking trips — as well as teleworking days.

Find carpool buddies and compete with friends to see who can Get There without driving alone.

Log your trips at GetThereOregon.org for a chance to win prizes!

Get There makes it simple to find your way, so you can spend more time relaxing and less money on gas.

Participate! It’s easy:

  • Sign up at GetThereOregon.org.
  • Log your trips from Oct. 7-21.
  • Get recognized for driving less!

Over 60 prizes will be awarded: Log trips each week for a chance to win weekly prizes:

  • Over $1000 in Chrome Merchandise
  • Four $100 Black Star Bag Gift Cards
  • Three $100 Fred Meyer Gift Cards
  • Two $100 Portland Design Works Gift Cards
  • Twenty $20 Dutch Bros. Coffee Gift Cards
  • Twenty Hydro Flasks
  • One $25 TREW Gift Card
  • One Sisters Coffee Company Gift Bag

Log eight or more one-way trips to be entered to win one of the Grand Prizes:

  • One $1,000 Bike Friday gift card
  • Two $500 cash cards
  • Two $250 cash cards

Get details and sign up at GetThereOregon.org


Get There Challenge Events!

Monday, October 7th:

Ashland Walk + Bike Breakfast7:30am-9amGazebo @Railroad Park Join us by bike or by foot and enjoy some snacks and conversation on the Central Bike Path. Sponsored by Ashland Parks and Recreation.


Tuesday, October 8th:

Free Fare and Rider Appreciation Day7am-9am & 4pm-6pmLocation: Front Street Station Rider Appreciation Day at Front Street Station. Snacks, Beverages, and prizes. Ride Free on RVTD buses all day!


Wednesday, October 9th:

Take the Greenway: Phoenix4pm-6pmBlue Heron Park, Phoenix

Bike to us on the Greenway at Blue Heron Park and enjoy some bike-blended smoothies and snacks, get some free bike safety gear, and get a bike safety check from a bike mechanic.


Thursday, October 10th

Bike Social and Maintenance Class at Common Block5pm-6:30pmCommon Block Brewing Company, Medford

Celebrate our local bike community by coming down to Common Block in Medford for a social. Learn about basic bike maintenance from a bike mechanic, local bike routes, and how to prepare for winter riding.


Friday, October 11th

Bike Breakfast: Larson Creek Greenway7am-9amEnd of Larson Creek Greenway, Black Oak Drive, Medford Come celebrate the opening of the new Larson Creek Greenway with Free Snacks and Coffee, bike tune-ups by a bike mechanic, free bike safety gear.

Transit Tips ClassMedford Parks and Rec: 3pm-4:30pm Interested in learning to use the bus system? Come join RVTD’s Travel Trainer to answer all your questions and go for a short ride. Register at ci.medford.or.us/parks


Saturday, October 12th

Medford Open Streets11am-2pmPear Blossom Park to Liberty Park, Medford Come celebrate Medford Open Streets and make Bartlett Street your playground. Enjoy walking, biking, and exploring a car-free Bartlett St. Visit local shops, booths, vendors, and enjoy live music and art. Dance. Bike. Play. Shop. Explore. Visit www.MedfordOpenStreets.org


Tuesday, October 15th:

Free Fare + Rider Appreciation Day7am-9am & 4pm-6pmLocation: Front Street Station Rider Appreciation Day at Front Street Station. Snacks, Beverages, and prizes. Ride Free on RVTD buses all day!


Wednesday, October 16th:Share the Trail: Medford12pm-1pmBear Creek Park, Medford

Ride or walk to us on the Bear Creek Greenway at Bear Creek Park and enjoy some bike-blended smoothies and snacks, and get some free bike safety gear.


Thursday, October 17th:

Bike Social at Gils in Ashland:5pm-6:30pmGils, 175 N Pioneer St, Ashland

Celebrate our local bike community by coming down to Gils in Ashland for a social. Learn about local bike routes, basic bike maintenance, and how to prepare for winter riding.


Saturday, October 19th:Historic Ashland Railroad District Tour:10:30am-12:00pmTour begins Railroad Park Gazebo, Ashland

Bring your walking shoes and enjoy a walk through history with Ashland’s very own award winning historian, Terry Skibby. Learn about Railroad District’s rich history and see some of Terry’s personal photo collection.


Event Partners and Sponsors

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Ashland Parks

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