2020 Bike Month Challenge Scavenger Hunt Re-Boot
September 21 - October 31
September is the new May! Celebrate Bike Month once again by taking part in our re-booted Bike Month Challenge Scavenger Hunt. If you missed it the first time around, now’s your chance to discover over 40 hidden troves of bicycle treasure to test your knowledge on everything bike-y. You’ll discover why bikes are good for our health, the environment, the economy, and how they create connections beyond physical barriers to tackle issues that are at the core of who we are and how we relate to one another.
Don’t forget to show us your love for Bike Month by using #trailnetchallenge while you’re out snappin’ photos of your adventures.
What tools do I need to participate?
- Smartphone or Tablet
- TurfHunt app (android & IOS)
- Recommended: Portable charger, water, snack, handlebar mount for your phone
How does it work?
- Download TurfHunt for Android or IOS – It’s free!
- Open it up and tap “Redeem Invitation” at the bottom of your screen
- Enter the 6-digit invitation code, then press “redeem.”
- Note: Invitation code is available after registration.
- “Join Game” on the next page, then “Start Game” after it downloads the game content.
- Enter your name and email in the prompt, then tap “OK”
- Wait for “Start Game” to appear at the bottom of the screen (sometime this takes a second), then tap it. You’re in!
How do I play the game?
- Travel to each “?” pin on the TurfHunt map. Once you are close to the “treasure”, it will open it up.
- Continue to unlock “treasures” and travel to the next by navigating your way through the course as you see fit.
- Once you’ve found all the “treasures” you’ll receive a game over message.
- There’s no time limit, and no extra points for going fast. Take your time!
- The game will go offline at 9 pm, Sept. 30.
DISCLAIMER: Trailnet believes that it is important to maintain a healthy and active lifestyle, especially amidst the current health crisis. Exercise has been deemed an essential activity under current stay at home rules, so if you do go for a ride please be safe in all that you do. Practice social distancing guidelines, don’t bike in groups other than immediate family, carry hand sanitizer, follow CDC mask recommendations, and do anything else that ensures your health and the well-being of others. Also, we ask that you please follow park and greenway rules as they adjust to the ever-changing situation.