Join us for the 2018 Bike to the Moon ceremonial launch with a ride and picnic along the Niagara Parkway!
Ribbon-cutting ceremony starts at 11:00 am followed by a bike ride on the scenic Niagara Parkway. Following the ride, join us for a picnic lunch (pack your own) with complimentary beverages and snacks at the home of Drs. Doug Munkley and Laura Cousens. Enjoy lunch and get to know your local PKD community while taking in the view of the Niagara River!
Submit your RSVP at the bottom of this page.
About Bike the the Moon:
Bike to the Moon is an annual PKD Foundation of Canada virtual bikeathon. Collectively, we aim to bike the distance to the moon (384,400 km) and raise funds for critical Canadian PKD research within the Hereditary Kidney Disease Program at Toronto General Hospital.
How do I participate? Bike to the Moon is an event that is perfect for both casual and serious cyclists. You can participate any time during June 22-25, 2018 by planning your ride solo, rallying a group of friends together or by organizing or joining a community event. Choose a route in your own community or spend the weekend exploring new territories. You can sign up here!
How many kilometres do I need to ride? Whether you bike 1 km on one day or 400 km over four days, every dollar raised and every kilometre cycled brings a closer to the ultimate finish line: A cure for PKD.
Even if you can't ride this year, you can still set up your own your own personal fundraising page and help us reach our goal of $25,000!
Things to Remember for the Niagara-on-the-Lake Bike to the Moon Ceremonial Launch:
- Check that you received the RSVP confirmation with address details!
- Pack your own picnic lunch and remember to bring your water bottle to stay hydrated while cycling.
- Please ensure you bring a helmet and any other safety gear you might need for the bike ride, as well as a sun hat and sunblock.
- If you want to ride in style, place your Bike to the Moon cycling gear orders by midnight PT on Monday, June 4! Get your gear here.