The Great Spokane Road Rally

Greater Spokane County Meals on Wheels is proud to bring back The Great Spokane Road Rally for 2018.  This last July we did our 1st Road Rally and it was a great success.  If you were a part of this event last year, we want to say, “Thank You!”  Your support was truly what made this rally a great event. We were able to raise over $10,000 to support seniors and vulnerable adults in our county.

What is The Great Spokane Road Rally?

We start you off at a central location.  You will work in a team of 2. When it is time to begin the rally, you will be handed a passport at the starting line.  In the passport will be cryptic instructions on where to find the 1st challenge or, as we like to call them, “Pit Stops.”  There are 10 different pit stops located throughout the county.  Your co-pilot is there to guide the driver to the location.  There are also clues to help you along the way.  

Pit Stop Challenges

Once you are at the pit stop, you will do a challenge.  It is not a physical challenge, but a challenge that I am sure you will find enjoyable.  At each challenge, you can even buy a Mulligan and make a participating team have to work a little harder, or try to improve your own score.  

Afternoon Events

After you have completed all of the pit stop challenges, you will return to the starting location.  At ~2:30pm, we will start our Valve Cover Racing and social hour.  If you have a racer, please bring it.  If not, we will have ~25 available for purchase.  This year too we will have a valve cover beauty contest, so let’s make them pretty! (By this, I mean pretty cool!)  

We plan to then kick off a BBQ around 3:30 and handout awards.  We should have you out the door so to say around 5:00pm.  

Yes, and I did say awards.  How you win the awards is based on how well you do at the challenges.  There will be 1st, 2nd, and 3rd awards for the overall winners.  For every pit stop, there will be a winner too!

Great Spokane Car Show

During this year's Road Rally we'll also have the 1st Annual Great Spokane Car Show.  Registrations starts at 9AM and cars line up by 10:30AM.  Awards will be given out at 2PM.  Since this takes place during the running of the Road Rally, you'll need need a second vehicle to participate.  Click here for more info on the Great Spokane Car Show.



8:30 – 9:45 AM
Check-in - Coffee, pastries and other beverages available. Swag bags/Passports handed out.  Start of the Silent Auction

10:00 AM
Instructions to participants

10:30 AM
Rally Starts - 1st group to leave, anticipating that 2 cars will take off every 60 seconds. Everyone off by 11:30

10:30AM - 2:30PM
Road Rally - 10 Pit Stops with challenges , stop for box lunch, Slow Drags

2:30 – 4:00 PM 
Wine & Beer social hour, Valve Cover Racing, closing of the Silent Auction

4:00 -  5:00PM
BBQ Dinner, GSC MOW – video, speaker, pass the hat

Awards ceremony    

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Our Goal:  No senior goes hungry.

Hunger is a serious issue facing thousands of seniors each day. Greater Spokane County Meals  on Wheels fights senior hunger and social isolation for vulnerable adults. Our goal is for no senior to go hungry. Greater Spokane County Meals on Wheels provides home delivered meals to homebound elders and persons with disabilities and meals at 13 senior dining locations in Spokane County.  Last year we provided over 270,000 meals.

Learn more about how Greater Spokane County Meals on Wheels helps those in our community.


Saturday, July 14th


Honor Point Military & Aerospace Museum at Felts Field


$100 for a
2-person team


REGISTER EARLY - June 1st price goes to $120 per team / Day of the event $150


  1. This is not a timed race! The objective is to reach each pit stop and complete the challenges.
  2. Two people per team.
  3. Limited to 100 cars.
  4. 21 and over...including riders.
  5. Must have valid driver's license, registration and proof of insurance.
  6. Drive responsibly.
  7. Must have fun!

Greater Spokane County Meals on Wheels, accepts no liability for injuries or losses incurred by participants and accompanying persons, or for any claims that may result from the use of information, techniques, products, and services discussed. Nor do they express or imply endorsement of sponsors, or faculty.