Cycle for Sight is quickly becoming Canada’s premiere cycling fundraiser. Join hundreds of sighted, low vision and non-sighted riders in cities across the country for the perfect one-day ride.
Cycle For Sight
Living with vision loss?
No problem. Low-vision and non-sighted riders are encouraged to participate by joining or forming a team and riding tandem.
SAVE THE DATE (Additional details coming soon):
West Coast (Langley, BC) – June 3, 2017
Ottawa (CARP Fairgrounds) – June 4, 2017
Toronto (Creemore Springs Brewery) – June 24, 2017
Alberta (Sylvain Lake) – September 9, 2017
Newfoundland (TBD) – August/September 2017
Online registration opens: December 2016
Sign up for Cycle for Sight enews to be notified when registration is open.
Highlights for 2017 include:
- Distances ranging from 10 km to 160 km
- En route mechanical and EMS support
- Multiple rest stops with food and drinks
- Finish line party
- Fundraising prizes and exclusive benefits
- And more…
So hit the road with us and help add to the over $3.8 million we’ve already raised for the Foundation Fighting Blindness!
Cycle For Sight News
Meet Lawrence Penney, our patient chair for Vision Quest St. John’s 2016. Lawrence is a great ambassador and fundraiser for the Foundation Fighting Blindness and Cycle for Sight, as vision loss has been a big part of his life. For as long as he can remember, his mother experienced poor eye sight, especially night blindness….
Every year, a special group of Cycle for Sight participants go above and beyond to support the Foundation Fighting Blindness and our mission to cure blindness. We call these people Cycle for Sight Champions. These high-energy fundraisers raise over $1500 each in support of vision research taking place at hospitals and universities across Canada, and are the backbone of our…
Looking to join an outdoor training ride? Our friends with the Friends for Life Bike Rally have invited Cycle for Sight Toronto participants to join them for their weekly training rides across the GTA. Meet other cyclists, explore the city and work up a sweat while building your stamina for event day. Training rides happen…
Post contributed by Benjamin Lacombe, a Cycle for Sight Ottawa rider who hosts a fundraiser every year in support of his ride and the Foundation Fighting Blindness. English: On March 23, 2016 the community of L’Ancienne-Lorette gathered at the local Boston Pizza for “la Soirée Lunettes de Soleil 3.0”, a fundraising event in support of the…