Tbaytel Motorcycle Ride for Dad

par Thunder Bay Regional Health Sciences Foundation

  • samedi, 15 juin 2019 de 9:00 Matin à 4:00 Après-midi (HAE)
  • Victoria Inn Hotel and Convention Centre 555 Arthur Street, Thunder Bay, ON P7E 5R5

Information sur les billets

Type Prix Quantité Sous-total

For all Riders and Passengers, except those who were in last year's 500 Club.

65,00 $
0

For those who were in last year's 500 Club.

0,00 $
0
Total de la commande :

Aperçu

This is the Tbaytel Motorcycle Ride for Dad registration page. If you'd like to visit the fundraising page, click here.

The Tbaytel Motorcycle Ride for Dad includes a full day of exciting activities for riders, passengers, and spectators. The day starts off with registration and a hot buffet breakfast, followed by the thunderous Roar for the Cure when over 300 Riders simultaneously kick start their engines and head out on a parade down Arthur Street. Next, enjoy the scenic Poker Run in and around the city of Thunder Bay, enjoy lunch at a route stop, then come back for the Awards Ceremony!

There will be raffles and games at the Victoria Inn, with incredible prizes for both participants and the general public to win. Everyone is welcome to enjoy the bikes and activities.

This unique event is held in support of prostate cancer care through the Northern Cancer Fund. 100% of the proceeds stay in Northwestern Ontario to fight prostate cancer through advanced awareness and treatment.

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Détails

RIDE SCHEDULE

7:30 AM to 9:15 AM - Registration & Breakfast

9:30 AM - Roar for the Cure

9:30 AM to 2:30 AM - Parade and Poker Run

11:30 AM to 1:00 AM - Lunch

2:30 AM to 4:00 AM - Awards Presentation

WAIVER

By registering for the Tbaytel Motorcycle Ride for Dad you understand and acknowledge that motorcycle riding is an activity involving risk of injury, including disability and death. Acknowledging these risks you hereby apply to enter the Tbaytel Motorcycle Ride For Dad, agreeing that you are solely responsible for your safety.

You hereby agree to waive and release any and all claims against the Thunder Bay Regional Health Sciences Foundation, Thunder Bay Regional Health Sciences Centre, Tbaytel, and any and all sponsors, governments, agencies, or other parties affiliated with this event for injuries or damages that you may incur during, or as a result of, participation in this event.

You agree that you are solely responsible to be physically fit and sufficiently prepared to participate in this activity and to use equipment of a type and condition reasonably necessary to participate in this activity.

If you require medical attention as a result of you participation in the Tbaytel Motorcycle Ride For Dad you hereby give your consent for authorized medical personnel of the Tbaytel Motorcycle Ride For Dad to provide such medical care as is deemed necessary.

You accept that during this event you may be photographed and by registering for this event give permission for the future use of your image to be used in promotional material without remuneration or fee.

This waiver and release shall be binding upon all of your heirs and assigns.

Participants Tout afficher (1)

John Pascuzzo

Progrès réalisés dans l’atteinte de l’objectif visé

Jours pour acheter

52

Victoria Inn Hotel and Convention Centre
555 Arthur Street, Thunder Bay, ON P7E 5R5

15 juin 2019
samedi, 15 juin 2019 9:00 Matin (HAE)

Bénévole

Volunteers make this event possible! We need volunteers to sell raffle tickets, help with registration, and to meet riders at route stops. If you're interested in volunteering please contact us!


Organisateur

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Thunder Bay Regional Health Sciences Foundation
980 Oliver Road
Thunder Bay , ON
P7B 6V4

À propos de cet organisme

Our mission is to inspire the people of Northwestern Ontario to give generously to advance our healthcare at Thunder Bay Regional Health Sciences Centre. The Northern Cancer Fund raises funds that are 100% dedicated to supporting exceptional cancer care in Northwestern Ontario. It funds essential equipment needed for the diagnosis, treatment, and research of cancer in Northwestern Ontario.