Two routes available! The 6 km Family Ride is intended for families with small children, and the 21 km Community Ride is intended for families and individual riders. Riders can register as individuals, families or teams.
This year’s ride will begin and end at Vimy Ridge Park. Riders taking part in the 21 km Community Ride will ride through the Wolseley, River Heights and downtown communities with planned Wellness Station stops at the Manitoba Legislative Building and the Canadian Museum for Human Rights near The Forks. After the ride, riders are invited to enjoy a light snack, refreshments, and bike decorating by Art City at the park!
Questions about Ride Don’t Hide? Contact us at 204-982-6100 or email firstname.lastname@example.org
When we hide, mental health stays hidden. When we ride, we create change. This year, on June 24th, ride in plain sight. Ride Don’t Hide, it’s more than the name of our event, it’s also the reason we’re riding. Be a part of something bigger!
Join thousands of Canadians across the country who will ride to raise funds for community support services for those living with mental health challenges.
Help eliminate the stigma associated with mental illness.
Lead the way in your organization and community by promoting mentally healthy people in a healthy society.
Help us reach our $50,000 fundraising goal by taking part in Ride Don’t Hide or by becoming a virtual rider. Leverage your personal and professional networks to raise funds for mental health!
100% of rider raised funds from ride registration fees and rider fundraising go directly to our community mental health programs.
Become a Ride Don’t Hide Sponsor in 2018! For more information on how to become an event sponsor, contact:
Katherine O’Rourke (204) 982-6143 or email@example.com
To ensure the success of Ride Don’t Hide 2018, we need volunteer support. Interested in becoming a volunteer and getting involved with a meaningful cause? Contact us at 204-982-6100 or email firstname.lastname@example.org today!
The 2017 Ride Don’t Hide event raised $1.6M for vital mental health programs and initiatives. This could not have happened without the support of thousands of Canadians who participated from coast to coast. Through their efforts, in their communities and workplaces, they helped raise awareness about mental health and the need to eliminate the stigma associated with mental illness.