May Events

Clarence Rockland Classic: Ride with Rendall - On May 8th, join the cycling club Ride with Rendall for the 10th annual Clarence-Rockland Classic with its 85km route a mix of gravel and paved roads.

Ride for the Rouge - On May 12th, ride 25km as part of the 25th annual Ride for the Rouge event, with all money raised through your donations and collected pledges will ensure the continued operation of the Rouge Valley Conservation Centre.

Epic 8 Hour - On May 12th, 2018 - Ride this spring mountain bike relay at Mansfield Outdoor Centre. Single track and double track 10km course, with overnight camping onsite and lots of fun team activities. Also featuring non competitive kids event.

Diva Day Road Cycling Clinic (Women Only) - May 12th, join Pedal Pushers in Collingwood for a 1 day fully supported road cycling clinic that features guided scenic routes, mini mechanic seminar, gear selection, climbing, descending and group riding drills, lunch, snacks, goodie bag & Spa pass (optional). Approx ride distances 50-60km.

Evergreen's Community Bike Fest - On May 13th, head to Evergreen Brickworks for a celebration of active transportation in the city, featuring a Refurbished Bike Sale, Joyride bike obstacle course, DIY bike repair, unbuild-a-bike workshops, live music, food trucks, bike games and rides. The event takes place on the same weekend as the City of Toronto Ravine Days, a celebration of the Don River Valley Park.

Ride for Jack - On Saturday May 26th, join cyclists in Caledon of all abilities to ride the 8th Annual Ride for Jack event. Whether cyclists decide to ride 25, 50, 100 or 125km, each program raises funds for Youth Mental Health.

Cycle Canada Century Ride - On May 26th-27th, participate in this century ride weekend event with day or full-weekend options. Ride either the metric or full century ride at either 100 km or 160km options.

 Bikefest / Hardwood Singletrack Classic - On May 26th, enjoy 22 or 44 km of riding on fast flowy dedicated Mountain Bike Trails! The Hardwood SingleTrack Classic is a new and “secret” 22km loop using the famously popular trails in and around Hardwood Ski and Bike.

June Events

Manulife Heart & Stroke Ride for Heart – Ride on Sunday June 3, 2018 in the Manulife Heart & Stroke Ride for Heart and celebrate over 30 years with us! Experience the thrill of riding on a traffic-free Gardiner and DVP! Select the distance that is right for you - 25km, 50km or 75km. Feel good while you do good by supporting life-saving research and helping Canadians lead healthy lives.

Cycle for Sight – Raising funds for Foundation Fighting Blindness, this 9th annual event is a fully supported one-day ride for experienced and novice cyclists. 2018 Dates: Saturday June 23rd: Creemore - with the choice of three distances of 50, 100, and 150 km

Enbridge Ride to Conquer Cancer – This popular annual fundraising ride brings cyclists through Toronto, Hamilton and Niagara Falls on a 200+ km route over 2 days and draws over 4,000 cyclists from across Ontario & North America. New route options have been added for 6 options to choose from. Fully-supported tour rolls June 9th-10th, 2018.

VÉLOCITY - On June 16th, join a great day out for the whole family in Caledon. Sign up for a 10k family ride, and 25km, 60km, or 100km rides for more experienced cyclists. Vélocity offers something for riders of all abilities with prizes being awarded for all routes. Each ride will wind you through the prestigious trails of the Caledon bike route, which offer stunning views of our rolling countryside and beautiful forests.

Bike The Creek - On June 23rd, 2018 ride the 5th annual Bike the Creek ride. Choose from 4 routes ranging from 11 to 40 km. Enjoy pavilions enroute where participants can learn about the natural and cultural heritage of the area. Participants have an opportunity to win prizes and will enjoy a complimentary lunch courtesy of the Region of Peel.
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24 Hours of Summer Solstice - Experience the summer solstice on two wheels at this June 23rd and 24th, 2018 mountain bike festival and relay race. The newly improved 17 km loop of single and double track trails is suitable for riders of most ages and abilities. Ride solo, tag team or with 4-10 people. A no night option is also available.
July Events

Pedaling for Parkinsons - Riders can choose to ride from one to three days along routes ranging from 40 to 130 km in the Parry Sound area. July 11-13.

MEC Toronto Century Ride - Horseshoe Valley - On July 14 between 8am-3pm, join MEC for the 5th Annual Century Ride, a one day cycling adventure where 65K and 100K routes will take you along the rural roads of Oro. This course is supported with marshals, directional arrows and rest stations. Mechanical and medical support is available if needed. Upon finishing, join us and fellow riders to celebrate with drinks and food at Horseshoe Resort.

Summer Epic 8 Hour MTB Relay - On July 14 2018, head to Hardwood Ski for the Roots, Rocks & Reggae themed MTB relay event. Sure to be fun, social and challenging for all ages and abilities.

Max's Big Climb - July 21st, challenge yourself and climb the iconic Sydenham Hill in Dundas, Ontario. Compete in an individual time trial and for the title of 'King' and 'Queen of the Mountain'. In addition, this year we will be adding an exciting hour-long team event - the 'Horse Kill Relay'.

Friends For Life Bike Rally – Join a one-day ride from Toronto to Port Hope (108km) on July 29th or join over 400 cyclists ride the Waterfront Trail from Toronto to Montreal – 600 km over 6 days. This 20th annual event which raises funds for people living with HIV/AIDS, is set for July 29th to August 3rd, 2018.

August Events

Northern Pass - On August 12, ride in the second annual Northern Pass, a cycling adventure designed with passionate riders in mind. This is a unique opportunity to experience the best riding that Muskoka has to offer while raising vital funds for the Princess Margaret Cancer Centre.

Tour for Kids (Ontario) - August 17 to 19 marks the 15th year of Tour For Kids, an epic cycling adventure that raises funds in support of kids living with and beyond cancer. This 3-day, 300 to 600 km tour of quiet country roads north of Barrie is a challenging and rewarding experience. Tour For Kids isn’t just about conquering cancer. It’s about making a meaningful, immediate and lasting difference in the lives of kids with cancer today.

Dirty Enduro - On August 18th, head out to Harold Town Conservation area, just east of Peterborough for a fantastic mountain bike event. With a range of route options, this event is sure to please even the hardiest of trail riders.

Grease Monkey Mountain Bike Challenge - On (2018 Date Pending), head out to Bruce County for a 5 hour multi-lap, relay style MTB bike race with a little bit of flair! Ride options for all, and all are welcome. Route includes primarily single track with features include logs, bridges, twisty and tight trail sections and rock gardens.

Gravel Road Clinic & wine tasting (co-ed) – August 25th, join Pedal Pushers in Collingwood and develop the necessary skills to tackle th new trend in cycling, gravel riding. Signed up for a gravel event? You need to come prepared. Gravel riding opens up a whole new world of quiet roads with spectacular scenery and Bruce/Grey/Simcoe has some of the best gravel roads in Ontario.

Highway of Heroes Bike Ride - On August 25-26, Wounded Warriors Highway of Heroes Bike Ride will take a group of Canadians along this sacred stretch (CFB Trenton to Queen's Park) to raise funds and awareness for those living with occupational stress injuries like Post Traumatic Stress Disorder. Honour the Fallen, Help the Living. Minimum fund raising required with 160 and 220kms route options available.



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