JOIN US ON SUNDAY JUNE 25, 2017
Brock University, St. Catharines
Help reduce stigma one pedal at a time!
Mental health is everyone’s concern. 1 in 5 Canadians will experience a mental health issue in their lifetime, but only 1 in 3 will actually seek help. By riding, you’re helping us challenge the stigma that so often discourages people from seeking the help they need.
By participating in Ride Don’t Hide, your fundraising efforts fuel our mission of serving individuals holistically to develop and strengthen their place in our community. Healthy individuals make strong communities, and strong communities make strong individuals. Join the movement and help make a difference in our community!
Want to volunteer? Fill out a volunteer application form here: RDH Volunteer Application 2017
Standard registration – $40
Day of registration – $50
Kids under 12: RIDE FREE (rider jersey not included)
What registration gets you:
- Rider jersey
- Rider kit (swag included)
- Free meal
- Great entertainment
There will be music, great food, and various activities to keep you entertained! We’ll have a bouncy castle and face painting, too!
ROUTES FOR ALL AGES & SKILL TYPES
Looking for a leisurely stroll by yourself, with friends, or family? This route is entirely on Brock property and is perfect if you have smaller children or enjoy a light ride!
If you don’t mind taking on a challenge then this route might just be for you. It’s three times longer than the family-friendly 5 km route and has several hills to conquer from point A to B. Departing from Brock’s campus, this scenic route travels down Thorold and Pelham roads, turning around before Howell’s Pumpkin Farm back to Brock. Recommended for cycling enthusiasts.
* You will encounter many hills on this route. Here’s a quick glimpse at the degree of elevation for each one.
This beautiful scenic route extending into the town of Pelham is better suited for avid cyclists. Travelling the same roads as the 15 km in the first half of the ride, this route extends further into rural Pelham before looping back to Brock.
* This route is challenging and is recommended for practiced cyclists. You will encounter many hills along your journey: here’s a quick glimpse at the degree of elevation for each one.
RIDER SAFETY: All riders must wear helmets and have bikes equipped with bells. By registering, you agree to follow all rules of the road.
Join us for the third annual Ride Don’t Hide in Niagara!
CMHA has operated in Niagara for almost 50 years. With over 100 staff members and 60 volunteers, CMHA Niagara is the primary community provider of adult mental health services in the region. We are the only accredited adult community mental health agency in Niagara. Our commitment to mental health for all is demonstrated by our range of services including Walk-In Counselling, 24/7 crisis beds, housing, employment, and court services programs, as well as crisis services in partnership with the Niagara Regional Police Service. To learn more about what we do, please visit our website: www.cmhaniagara.ca