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You're Invited to the 2022 Mental Health in Motion

Sunday, June 12, 2022
Ray Twinney Recreation Complex at 100 Eagle St. W., Newmarket

Registration opens at 7:45 a.m. 
Lunch starts at 11:30 a.m.

60 km   -   8:20 a.m.
25 km  - 10:00 a.m.
5 km walk and 10 km run - 10:20 a.m.
5 km run - 10:40 a.m.

Pre-start warm up courtesy of Orangetheory Fitness, Newmarket

 Routes can be found here.

Arrival time is dependent on your chosen route but we recommend 30-40 minutes before route start.

Please give yourself time to register and reach the starting line (in the back parking lot close to Alex Donor Drive) 10 minute before your route start time for road rules and warm up.

Location and Parking
The event takes place at the Ray Twinney Recreation Complex at 100 Eagle St. W. in Newmarket.
Please arrive via Eagle Street and park in the west parking lot behind the building close to the Alex Donor Drive entrance.
(McAffrey Rd is under construction and Alex Donor Drive will be closed to traffic.)
Registration, lunch, presentations and the silent auction will take place in the Newmarket Nissan arena at Ray Twinney. Please use the Lounge 2 entrance to the building.

What to bring

This is a BYOC (bring your own container) event. Please bring your own water bottle. It can be refilled at the beginning of the event and at water stations along the routes. Remind anyone attending with you to bring their own bottle too.
We love your pets, but for everyone’s safety, please keep them at home.
SPF is your BFF. Don’t forget your sunscreen.
We don’t want you to miss a thing so please allow yourself enough time to register and get your shirt and lunch wristband to be ready for your warm-up time.
Helmets are mandatory or all riders. No children in carriers or trailers on 25 km or 60 km routes please.
We recommend cyclists registered for the 60 km ride bring a bike with a minimum 27.5 inch wheel or more.
There will be a silent auction in the arena. Electronic payment is encouraged.
Please be sure to review your routes for suitability in advance of event day. 
Limited number of printed maps will be available onsite.
Links to all routes can be found here.
Choose the share button to email the route to your phone. Signs indicating direction can be found on your route.
Participants are reminded to select a route at their current skill level. 
Please obey all traffic laws as the event takes place on busy shared public roads, exercise caution at road crossings, bring plenty of water and snacks, and be prepared to fix tire punctures.
On-route support will end at 12:30pm. Individuals still on the route have the option to continue riding on their own or can return with the sweep vehicle.

Water Stations
Water stations are marked in yellow on the routes found here.
Headphones, Strollers and Road Use Etiquette
We strongly recommend that participants do not use headphones. Strollers are permitted on the 5 and 10 km route, however anyone with a stroller is asked to start at the back of the pack. The event takes place on shared public roads so it is important you are aware of your surroundings. If you wish to pass another participant, please alert them so they can safely move off to the side. Follow all rules of the road.

First Aid
Basic on-route first aid is available, as is first aid at the site. In an emergency, please call 911.

There is an inclement weather plan in place and the organizers have the right to delay or cancel the proceedings if participant safety is at risk.
Children’s Activity Area
Children’s Activity Area opens at 9:30 am.
Children are to be accompanied by a parent/guardian at all times. This is not a babysitting service.
Lunch will be served from 11:30 am to 1:00pm.
Due to an ever-changing COVID environment, and out of concern for health and safety, participants will enjoy an individually bagged lunch consisting of a turkey OR vegetarian sandwich, beverage, chips, fruit and dessert.
Your wristband is your ticket for lunch and dessert.
Additional lunches may be purchased at the registration desk for $10/person.
There is a MHIM photo booth to commemorate the day.
Live entertainment featuring singer-songwriter Oli Graham with appearance by special guest speaker Olympic gold Medalist Paul Rosen will take place between 11:30 am and 1:00 pm.
Silent Auction
*NEW* There is a silent auction included in this year’s festivities, so please bring cash, debit or credit and look forward to bidding on items including:

2 tickets to a Blue Jays Game
Longos, Healthy Planet, Neal Brothers and Farm Boy gift baskets
Home décor
Athletic gear
And more!

See you there!