Cycling from Kelowna to Delta in one day to beat cancer!!
Dear Family and Friends:
Once again TEAM CRAZY HIKERS are participating in the 15th Anniversary Ride2survive event in support of the Canadian Cancer Society.
Ride2Survive is a one day ride from Kelowna to Delta (400KM) across some of BC's toughest climbs and the ride is to represent a day in the life if someone is fighting cancer, IT DOES!!
This year there are more than 160 riders participating and it’s the most ever. We will be starting at 2:00 AM in Kelowna and most likely will finish in Delta near midnight.
We ride/Crew so that those going through the fight know that there is a group of people busting their butts the best way they know how to help in that fight and for future fights.
In last 12 months alone have seen far too many very dear friends and family members effected by this terrible disease, “ENOUGH IS ENOUGH”
To get to Ride Day on Saturday June 22, 2019 is no small feat. The organizing, training and most important the fundraising takes a toll on us all in many ways but as long as we have the ability to pedal a bike or crew, we can spread the word and be able to keep pushing and finally put cancer away for good.
Ride2Survive is a grassroots group of crazy awesome folks with the same goal. We pay any event costs for food, fuel, etc so that WE CAN ENSURE THAT 100% OF YOUR DONATION GOES STRAIGHT TO THE CANADIAN CANCER SOCIETY! Yup, if an extra cost comes up we pay out of our own pockets.
Surinder Sahdra (Rider) Kulvinder (Crew)
Ashok Grewal (Rider) Harbans (Crew)
KAL Dhillon (Rider) Bobbie Dhillon (Crew)
Satbir/Beant Gill (Crew)
Jassi/Pammi Sandhu (Crew)
Iqbal/Darshan Jhooti (Crew)
Gurnam/Gurvinder Kaler (Crew)
Our Vision and Mission
Our vision is that everyone is inspired to do something that makes a positive difference in their world… and that we are riding for fun because cancer has been beaten.
About the Canadian Cancer Society
The Canadian Cancer Society is a national, community-based organization of volunteers whose mission is the eradication of cancer and the enhancement of the quality of life of people living with cancer. For more information, visit www.cancer.ca.
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