Mattamy Homes Bike for Brain Health

Be part of Canada’s largest 1-day cycling event as we ride the DVP Traffic Free on Sunday June 2nd 2024.

Toronto’s DVP and Gardiner Expressway are closed for one day when over 10,000 cyclists ride in support of programs at Baycrest for prevention, early detection, new clinical trials, and improving care for people living with Alzheimer’s and other dementias.

With 10, 25, 50 and 75 km route options, the Bike for Brain Health is a unique opportunity for cyclists of all levels and ages to ride through parts of the city that are typically inaccessible to bike riders. The Bike for Brain Health is a chance for anyone with a bike to experience riding in a world class cycling event. It requires minimal preparation and training and has one of the most achievable fundraising minimums of all the bike focused fundraising events in the city.

New this year:

Join Leaf Captain Alumni Teams: Join legendary Toronto Maple Leaf Alumni Captains Darryl Sittler, Wendel Clark or Rick Vaive’s bike teams and you’ll get a starting line photo op of your team and captain & automatically be entered for a chance to experience a Leafs Game with Wendel in the Leafs Alumni Box.

PedalPalooza: Our family-friendly kids bike rally is open to all children under 16. Kids can participate in a bike safety overview by Toronto Police Services, a bike decorating station, and then join the crew from Pedalheads for an obstacle course, ending in a bike parade (come in costume). Participating kids receive their personalized PedalPalooza souvenir wallet card and bike plate.

Level up your fundraising to win: We’re rewarding high achieving fundraisers, once you hit $500 or more you’ll receive a Fearless Fundraiser jersey and unlock a whole bunch of benefits on event day, if you keep going you’ll automatically be entered to win prizes from Toronto Maple Leafs, The Raptors, The Blue Jays and Argos & more.

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