September 14th 2019
3 Routes, 2 Counties, 1 Goal
"To have no Cancer Patient to worry about getting to and from life saving treatments"
London to Ingersoll and back
In Ontario, 1 in 5 Cancer patients cannot get to and from
their life-saving treatment appointments.
Help our neighbours focus on getting well, not on how they will get to treatment.
Ride or Donate to help provide rides to cancer patients in your community.
100% of Money raised goes to the Transportation Program!
Also, unlike other rides...
NO FUNDRAISING MINIMUM!
(No Maximum Either)
Pledge forms available
Every $2.00 raised provides 6 km distance for Cancer Patients
Same-day registration will be $50/team and $60/individual $5.00 for 17 and under with an adult
First 40 cyclist registered receive a ride T-Shirt
Ask about our new Cycling Club or
Company Group Registration fee!!!
Want to Volunteer? email Ron at email@example.com
Sun , Cloud or Rain ride is on
Cycling Club group discount. Register club and unlimited Cyclist from club can ride
New for 2018
Teams must have a minimum of 5 participants
New for 2018 100km
Early Bird registration
1. Help your neighbors. Last year in Elgin-Middlesex 540 Local Patients were provided rides by our volunteer drivers through the Wheels of Hope Transportation Program.
2. Enjoy the ride. It’s a non-competitive ride, meaning it’s all about the camaraderie, sights and fun.
3. 1 in 5 cancer patients in Ontario have trouble getting to their lifesaving treatment appointments. Help them get there.
4. Be active. About one third or all cancers can be prevented by eating well, being active and maintain a healthy body weight.
5. 200,000 kms. This is how many kilometers 147 volunteers drove in Elgin-Middlesex in 2018 through the Wheels of Hope program. This is the equivalent of driving our cycling course 2,576 times.
Join us for a fun ride that helps so many of our neighbours. Ride with in support of the Wheels of Hope Transportation Program.
This year offers participants a 30, 60 or 100 km country ride from London to Ingersoll and back. This non-competitive fun ride is all about getting out and getting active while helping our neighbours. If you choose you can ride to Ingersoll and you can have your own transportation back or we will return you to London. Route may be slightly altered on ride day due to any construction. We check the route often.
60 km route will follow same path there and back, signs will be yellow with blue arrows
The cycling event will begin at London City Chrysler at the London Airport Auto Mall (Dundas between Veterans Memorial Parkway and Crumlin Side Road) and head east then south. The 100 km route heads east then north and connects up with the 60 km route at Gore Road. There is plenty of parking available at the dealership and on the street just North of the dealership.
Riders will be provided with snacks and water at the start, turn around and finish locations and the ride will be supported with volunteers cheering you on along the way. Post event lunch and celebration will be provided for all registered participants.
Helmets are mandatory for all participants regardless of age. Escort vehicles follow along to assist in case your legs wear out before your enthusiasm.
Please visit our Sponsors and Supporters
They make the event happen.
September 14 3:30 AM EDT - Registration Start Time
September 14 8:40 AM EDT - Survivor Stories, and Course Details
September 14 9:00 AM EDT - Cycle Kick-Off
September 14 9:33 AM EDT - Registration End Time
September 14 11:00 AM EDT - Ingersoll Turnaround
September 14 11:00 AM EDT - Barbecue at London City Chrysler and Wrap-Up