If you’re thinking about packing up your bike for the winter months, don’t be so quick! Registration is just around the corner for the largest cycling series in North America. Since 1989, MS Bike has hosted cyclists of all ages and fitness levels to fundraise and cycle to end Canada’s disease. This unique event series provides Canadians with the opportunity to ride through scenic and often spectacular parts of the country. To participate, all you need is a bike and a passion to end MS!
“Since my first ride in 2012, my involvement in MS Bike has become deeper every year. The first year I cycled alone, but at this point I could ride with all the teams because I’ve grown to know most of them. I wanted to get more involved so I became the spokesperson for the Leduc to Camrose event, and I’ve grown from a timid rookie, riding all by myself, to the point where I couldn’t imagine not being involved.” – Patrycia Rzechowka, the Tour Spokesperson
If you’re looking for an extraordinary two days that pushes you physically and inspires you emotionally, join the largest MS Bike Tour in all of Canada, the Johnson MS Bike tour – Leduc to Camrose, on June 10 & 11, 2017. Welcoming cyclists of all ability levels, this fully-supported event is a true demonstration of dedication, perseverance and community. Supported by 500 volunteers and dozens of dedicated sponsors, funds raised by this event are directed to research as well as programs and services for people impacted by MS. Thanks to our cyclists and supporters, the Leduc to Camrose Tour has raised an outstanding $26 million since its inception, and has made record-breaking impacts nationally in funding ground-breaking MS research and valuable services for families affected by MS.
The MS Society’s mission is to be a leader in finding a cure for multiple sclerosis and enabling people affected by MS to enhance their quality of life. By joining one of our MS Bike Tours, you make a difference in the lives of over 100,000 Canadians living with MS.
Visit www.msbike.ca and join the fight—together, we will end MS.