Greg's Ride: Ontario's Ride for Safer Cycling
Registration is now open for the 14th Annual Greg's Ride!
All across Ontario, people are riding their bikes in support of amazing causes. There are rides for heart, rides for cancer and rides for mental health - Greg's Ride: Ontario's Ride for Safer Cycling is the only bike ride supporting cycling advocacy.
The 14th Annual Greg's Ride is taking place in the Hamilton, Ontario region on Sunday, September 22. We will begin and end all rides at the Royal Canadian Legion Branch 36, located at 280 King Street West, in Dundas. 100% of the profits will go towards our advocacy to build an Ontario where:
- Every student participates in a cycling training course,
- Our communities are connected by a network of cycle tracks, bike lanes and paved shoulders, and
- Every Ontario resident feels safe & comfortable hopping on their bicycle.
If you would like to volunteer, we would love to have you! Our volunteer form will be available soon. Until then, if you are interested, please reach out to [email protected]
Greg's Ride History
In 2006, OPP Sergeant Greg Stobbart was killed while cycling on Tremaine Road in Milton. After Greg’s death, his wife Eleanor McMahon founded the Share the Road Cycling Coalition in his memory to advocate for safer roads for all Ontarians. At Greg's Ride: Ontario's Ride for Safer Cycling, we ride in Greg's Memory, celebrating how far cycling has come in over 10 years and striving to making Ontario the safest place in Canada to ride a bike.
In 2019, we are excited to once again host the 14th Annual Greg’s Ride in the
Registration to this fantastic family-friendly event includes:
- On-route support and snack stations
- A delicious hot lunch & beverages
- A participant kit bag of goodies
- Free area parking
Ride one of our 3 beautiful routes across Hamilton Region. 2018 routes are linked in below. A few changes will be made, and updated 2019 routes will be posted soon.
The Promenade: 8km
The Challenger: 37km
The Ultimate: 77km
The Ultimate ride will be on roadways. The Promenade and Challenger rides will be on a combination of roadways and off-road trails (a mix of paved and hard-packed gravel). Routes are linked in above. Paper copies will be available on ride day.
Team discounts of 20% off are available to groups of 3 or more riders. Contact us at [email protected] for details!
Event Running Times
7.30am - 9.40am: Registration open
9.40am - 10.00am: Opening remarks
10.00am – 10.10am: The Ultimate riders depart
10.10am – 10.20am: The Challenger riders depart
10.20am – 10.30am: The Promenade riders depart
11.00am - 5.00pm*: Post-Ride activities (Drinks, silent auction, lunch, etc)
3:00pm: Silent Auction Ends
*Estimated end time based upon when last rider might return; it could be earlier
We thank our 2018 Sponsors for their assistance in making this event possible:
Thanks to additional support from