Raised:
$300
0%Goal:
$100,000

RIDE/​WALK Anywhere

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RIDE/WALK Anywhere

Katy Biersteker Ride/Walk Anywhere Coordinator
toll free 1.877.743.3413 / phone 1.877.743.3413
email info@blueseaphilanthropy.org

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RIDE/​WALK Anywhere Scoreboard

Are you thrashing the competition (for a good cause)? Find out here! Stats are updated every 15 minutes.

Teams
Participants

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Team Name

Captain

Members

Raised

1

L2LQuebikeLennoxville

Ellie Millard

3

200.00

2

Different Spokes

Sandra Kenny-Veech

1

50.00

3

WUSC-UFV

Michelle Murray-Schlitt

4

50.00

4

Team Palmer

Makayla Coutu

1

5

Fairburns AIMing for Africa

Deana Fairburn

2

6

Moosomin Rough Riders

Mel Konkel

1

7

Woodstock Ride for Joy

Corinne Gray

1

8

Bornstein Bears

Tyrone McKenzie

1

9

Dignity Duo

Glendyne Gerrard

1

10

Northern Riders

Dan Stapley

1

11

Down By The Bay

Julie Bowles

3

12

Northumberland Newbies

Susan Landry

1

13

Elgin Riders

Michael Appleton

3

14

Kingston Standard

Rob MacCallum

1

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Name

Team Name

Donors

Raised

1

Ellie Millard

L2LQuebikeLennoxville

2

200.00

2

Michael Duong

WUSC-UFV

1

50.00

3

Sandra Kenny-Veech

Different Spokes

1

50.00

4

Makayla Coutu

Team Palmer

5

Tyrone McKenzie

Bornstein Bears

6

Jennifer Malott

Down By The Bay

7

Corinne Gray

Woodstock Ride for Joy

8

Mel Konkel

Moosomin Rough Riders

9

Catherine Lopez

L2LQuebikeLennoxville

10

Deana Fairburn

Fairburns AIMing for Africa

11

Rob MacCallum

Kingston Standard

12

Eva Stymiest

L2LQuebikeLennoxville

13

Glendyne Gerrard

Dignity Duo

14

Beth Prock

Down By The Bay

15

Dan Stapley

Northern Riders

16

Michelle Murray-Schlitt

WUSC-UFV

17

Julie Bowles

Down By The Bay

18

Susan Landry

Northumberland Newbies

19

Scott McAlpine

Elgin Riders

20

Todd Joyce

Elgin Riders

21

Michael Appleton

Elgin Riders

22

Ben Fairburn

Fairburns AIMing for Africa

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Event Day Details

Save the date - RIDE Day is September 29, 2018!

Do you want to participate in the RIDE, but live too far away from an official RIDE location? No problem!


If you have a bike or a pair of shoes and want to be part of the fun, RIDE/WALK Anywhere could be perfect for you.


RIDE/WALK Anywhere allows teams an hour or more away from a RIDE location to be able to register, raise funds and ride for the RIDE-approved charity of their choice.


How it works: Short Version

* Register a team with three or more friends

* Map out a nice safe route to ride or walk on

* Fundraise online and ride/walk together on September 29, 2018


Read more details about RIDE/WALK Anywhere here


Start

  • The RIDE Anywhere program is for use by teams who are located an hour or more away from an official RIDE site.


Times

9am - Ride or Walk begins


(Bring your own granola bars for rest stops along the way)


10:30 am - take your team out for brunch to celebrate!


Registration

  • All participants must register online to ensure the online waiver form is accepted during the online registration process.

Fundraising

  • Funds should be raised online
  • Cash donations can be received and paid in full online through the Enter $$ or Cheques tab in our Fundraising Portal
  • Cheques may be mailed with a completed Donation Form and the participant name on the memo line to:

Ride for Refuge

260-659 King Street East

Kitchener, Ontario

N2G 2M4


T-Shirts

  • Everyone loves our groovy, long-sleeved RIDE t-shirts. To ensure you receive yours, raise $150 by September 15 and we will mail it to your team captain.

  • For those who reach $150 between September 12 and September 29th, we'll mail a t-shirt to your team captain for you in early October.


Route Details

Routes

  • Team Captains are responsible for selecting safe routes.
  • We strongly encourage team captains to cycle or drive the route before RIDE Day to ensure all roads are open and safe. Generally speaking, you should select a clockwise direction for safer right-hand turns, controlled access intersections and roads with bike lanes and slower speeds.

Safety

Team captains are responsible for ensuring all riders:

  • Have registered online and have accepted the online waiver
  • Follow the rules of the road
  • Ride in single file
  • Wear a helmet
  • Confirm that at least one member has a cell phone for emergency contact


What to Bring

  • a helmet (mandatory for all riders)
  • your bike (or walking shoes!)
  • warm layers with moisture repelling clothing if cold or windy
  • water bottle - filled with icy cold water
  • a cell phone for emergencies
  • extra food or snacks
  • a passion for the charity you're riding or walking for

Late September can be cool, with rain and wind. The weather might also be gorgeous and sunny. Be sure to keep your eye on the forecast.

Got questions about The Ride for Refuge?
info@rideforrefuge.org / 1.877.743.3413