Bicycle Safety Month is wrapping up, but cyclists have until the end of next month to enter the Look Out Asotin County Bicycle Scavenger Hunt.
Look Out Asotin County, funded by a grant from the Washington State Traffic Commission, is an educational campaign encouraging drivers to yield for walkers and “rollers,” particularly on the busy Bridge and Diagonal Street corridors in Clarkston, according to a news release.
The corridors have daily traffic counts between 10,000 and 18,000 vehicles — with six crosswalks in less than 1/3 of a mile.
Rules to enter the scavenger hunt are:
- Ride a bicycle or scooter to locations such as a library, bike rack, bus stop, restaurant, museum, park or school.
- Take a photo of you and your bike, just your bike or your group with their bikes at the location.
- Email the photo to email@example.com before June 30 and include where the photo was taken, your name and phone number. Photos will be posted on the Look Out Asotin County Facebook and Instagram pages.
Participants can get extra entries to win prizes by posting photos from more than one location on the list and for liking and following the Look Out Asotin County Facebook and Instagram accounts.
Full rules and a list of prizes are at LookOutAsotinCounty.com.