The mission

On June 6th over 100 Canadians will begin an 8 day, 700 km cycling journey to honour our fellow Canadians who paid the ultimate sacrifice in their service to Canada while raising awareness and funds to support those living with the mental scars of war.

This inaugural ride will link Canadians to France with a uniquely designed journey through the battlefields and cemeteries of the First and Second World Wars and will conclude with a very special ceremony at Vimy Ridge.

The ride has required extensive training for the participants who will assemble on the 5th of June as did the troops in 1944, readying themselves for an emotional ride into Juno Beach on the 70th Anniversary of D-Day. Each day forward will combine cycling through the rolling French countryside with the gravitas of walking in the footsteps of Canadian troops who have passed this way before us.

The Goal

Each participant has engaged in their own personal fundraising in order to join this ride, with over 1000 Canadian donors having supported our individual riders to date – an incredible accomplishment.

Now, as the team prepares to head to France – and through the duration of the ride culminating on June 13, we’re asking the country to get behind our group by donating to support their fundraising effort.

Funds raised from this ride will support PTSD Animal Assisted Therapy programs for our ill and injured Canadian Armed Forces members (serving or retired) and their families.
Canada c/o Battlefield Bike Ride.

BBR event
Registered for the ride
How to contribute

Canadians can support their Team Canada riders by donating today.



You can donate by cheque, payable to Wounded Warriors
Canada c/o Battlefield Bike Ride. 

Cheques mailed to:

310 Byron Street South, Suite 4
Whitby, Ontario
L1N 4P8