All participants must raise a minimum of $400.00 to participate in the event. If the minimum has not been achieved by event weekend participants will be asked to cover the difference in order to participate. Please note the average fundraising total for participants in BC Bike Tours is $675.00
There are three options for accommodation: (1)camping on site and (2)RV parking are complimentary, (3)dorm rooms are available for $35 and can be booked during registation. Please note that bedding/linens are not provided.
Experience the best of the Cowichan Valley on Vancouver Island while pedaling towards a cure for MS! See why hundreds of cyclists return year after year to experience its wine, cuisine, art, and breathtaking scenery.
On Saturday, you will start from our home base at the prestigious Brentwood College School. You can stop at various wineries, farms, and artisans and sample the delicious local fare. On your return, you will spend the afternoon in the entertaining Rider Village, your experience will continue with appetizers, a gourmet dinner and evening musical festivities. On Sunday, wake up to breakfast and head out with friends, family and coworkers to explore another region of the Cowichan Valley. Finish your experience with a BBQ lunch and celebrate your success at the closing ceremony!
This tour is fully supported by our Bike Shop Sponsor Experience Cycling and is open to riders of all levels with a variety of route lengths available.
The funds you raise will provide programs and services to support people living with MS on Vancouver Island and MS research.
What is multiple sclerosis? The disease attacks myelin, the protective covering of the nerves and disrupts transmission of nerve impulses. It can cause a wide range of symptoms, such as fatigue, lack of coordination, weakness, tingling, vision problems, and cognitive impairment. Over 100,000 Canadians are affected by MS, with 3 more people being diagnosed every day.
Register today for an unforgettable experience this summer and improve the lives of the people affected by MS!