Toronto’s Karen Ingram is a mother of three children, ages 10, 12 and 14. Since 2012, Karen has ridden thousands of kilometres to conquer cancer in this lifetime, participating in the Ride to Conquer Cancer five times so far. This year, Karen will bring her total to over 7,000 km. Read her inspiring story here!
Donate a toy – maybe even a bike – to help to make a child very happy this Christmas. The Pan Pacific Christmas Wish Breakfast is the place to do it! Happening this year on 13 December.
The 2016 BC Ride to Conquer Cancer starts today! 1,687 riders set off this morning to cycle from Vancouver to Seattle over two days in the eighth annual BC Ride to Conquer Cancer. Their fund-raising will support breakthrough research and enhancements to care at the BC Cancer Agency. This year the cyclists have helped to raise $7.1 million for the BC Cancer Foundation as the BC Ride to Conquer Cancer commenced in British Columbia. Funds raised through BC’s largest cycling fundraiser support breakthrough cancer research and enhancements to care at the BC Cancer Agency.
Matt Fenrich talked to Average Joe Cyclist about his plans to celebrate his marriage and his recovery from cancer by completing the BC Ride to Conquer Cancer on his wedding anniversary. Matt has gone from being bed-ridden and on a feeding tube, to riding a 200 km charity bike ride. Read his inspiring story!
Interview with Jody Malo, a mature man who is about to take on a challenge many of us dream of doing – the RBC Whistler GranFondo! Jody talks about why he is doing the RBC Whistler GranFondo, and how he trains for it.