The Ride to Conquer Cancer® is a unique, two-day cycling event to take place on June 15-16, 2013. During this bold cycling journey, you will ride for two days through the scenic Pacific Northwest! Our vision is clear - A World Free From Cancer.
The money you raise for The Ride to Conquer Cancer will benefit BC Cancer Foundation and support leading clinicians, scientists, and researchers whose search for new discoveries and improved patient outcomes will have a real impact in our communities throughout the province, across Canada, and around the world. In other words, your participation will accelerate the conquest of cancer.
NEW IN 2013!
To provide even more people the opportunity to experience this life-changing event, we’re growing and expanding in 2013! You can still ride the historic Classic route from Vancouver to Seattle, or you can select our exciting new Challenge route option and experience the road from a new perspective.
The Classic: A breathtaking journey from Vancouver to Seattle.
The Challenge: In 2013 we have a brand new course. Be sure to try out our exciting Challenge route and make history with us as we ride close to 200 miles through the rural country roads nestled in the foothills of the Cascade Mountains. Beautiful snow capped mountains, quaint little towns, and the hidden gems of the Pacific Northwest - the challenge is there, are you up for it?
So don’t wait!
You’ll proudly follow The Ride route out of metropolitan Vancouver as the urban landscape gradually gives way to broad, lush valleys and rolling farmlands.
Day One culminates in a special afternoon and evening of entertainment and socializing with an overnight camp under the starry sky.
Day Two will lead you further thru the inspiring landscape, providing breathtaking views of distant mountains enveloped in coniferous forest. As you continue to meander along scenic country roads, the distant skyline will beckon you towards the Finish Line— a high energy, celebration of your epic journey and your amazing impact in the quest to conquer cancer.