2017 Rogue Commute Challenge: May 8-19

Sign up your workplace to participate in the Rogue Commute Challenge, this year's Challenge will be 2 weeks, from May 8th-19th.  Giving you more chances to win prizes, motivate your team to explore their commute options and earn glory for your workplace.

Recognition for organizations and prizes for individuals!

After 2016's successful Rogue Commute Challenge we are looking to add even more teams, more competition, and better prizes! 2016 was Rogue Commute Challenge's inaugural year, with the Ashland School District coming out as the 1st ever Rogue Commute Challenge Champion, collectively logging 199 walking, biking, carpooling, and transit trips in just 1 week! Together all participating teams logged more than 3,500 miles! That's impressive, but we are hoping to make 2017 even better. We hope your team will join us for this fun and competitive challenge.


See what participants have to say about the Challenge!

I really had a lot of fun with the Rogue Commute Challenge. A colleague and I commuted together most of the week, and even though we had to get up and going a little earlier than usual to make it work, we found that we arrived at work energized and really ready for the day because we had laughed so much together on the way! Thanks for the opportunity to connect with a new friend!
— Michelle (2016 Participant)
The challenge was a great way to be responsible and to think outside the box!
— Renae (2016 Participant)
The Rogue Commute Challenge encouraged me to branch out with my transportation. In fact, I hadn’t ridden my bike to work in months. Once I signed up for the challenge, I was pumped for the ride. I met new friends, got into the routine, and found a whole new exercise regimen.
— Alex (2016 Participant)

About the Challenge

Find out everything you need to know about the 2017 Rogue Commute Challenge! How to Join. Why to Join.

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