Basic on-route first aid is available, as is first aid at the site. In an emergency, please call 911.
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.
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.
Post Ride/Walk/Run Celebrations
On-route support will end at 1:00pm. We recommend cyclists registered for the 60 km ride, bring a bike with a minimum 27.5 inch wheel. Individuals still on the route have the option to continue riding on their own or can return with the sweep vehicle.
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 wrist band 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.
*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, Neal Brothers and Farm Boy gift baskets