Another worthy cause that is supported by Cyclemania!
Great Fun!! Great Ride!! Great Cause!!
Date & Location: August 29, 2010, Ron Kolbus Lakeside Centre (Britannia Park)
In June 2006, OPP Sgt. Greg Stobbart was hit by a truck as he rode his bike on a rural road. He died as a result of his injuries. Each year, in memory of her husband, Eleanor McMahon has organized “Greg’s Ride” to remember Greg, to remind us all to “share the road” and to raise funds for the cycling coalition she founded and leads.
We are excited that the ride has expanded to Ottawa. Your family can enjoy a scenic ride along the NCC Pathway to the Ottawa River Parkway which on Sunday’s is reserved for bikers, walkers, joggers and in-line skaters. Those who prefer a longer distance will enjoy a 60K or 100K ride along the country roads of Kanata and Carp.
Details of the Ottawa Ride: With your registration fee you get all of these great things and more!!!!
A custom designed Share the Road Cycling jersey (Adult) or Organic cotton T-Shirt (Youth)
Goodie bag full of great items.
First Aid assistance provided by SAR-Global 1
Free coffee provided by Bridgehead
Roadside assistance provided by Kunstadt for the 60K and 100K routes
Free post ride BBQ provided by Farm Boy
Two Steam Whistle beer tickets for Adults
Everyone will have a chance to purchase tickets to win a $500.00 gift certificate from Bushtukah!!!
Wait….there’s still more…. Devon Kershaw, Olympic Cross Country skier who has become an enthusiastic “Share the Road” Ambassador will be joining us for our Ottawa ride.
Tune up that bike, get out your helmet and strap on your cycling shoes, you are in for great fun, a great ride for a great cause!!
All proceeds go to support Share the Road Cycling Coalition. To learn more about the Coalition and the many things they are involved in please refer to www.sharetheroad.ca.
For complete registration information please visit www.sharetheroad.ca and click on Greg’s Ride.
If you are interested in VOLUNTEERING, please contact Anne Paliwal: [email protected]
See you all on August 29th and safe cycling!