Discovering that you or a loved one’s young child has type 1 or type 2 diabetes can give rise to many emotions. You may feel angry, sad, upset, guilty, helpless or anxious, and you may worry whether you will be able to cope with the level of care your child will need every day.
With the support of motorcycle clubs across Canada, Sikh Motorcycle Club of Ontario is organizing a ride, for the benefit of Diabetes Canada. Please register for this wonderful cause and help.
All proceeds of this fundraiser will go towards sending children living with diabetes to D-Camp.
Start: 10:30 AM from Ontario Khalsa Darbar, 7080 Dixie Rd, Mississauga L5S IB7
Vegetarian refreshments provided
End: 12:30 PM at Exhibition Place 100 Princes' Blvd, Toronto M6K 3C3
Rider registration: To enter the ride, please contribute at least $50 to Diabetes Canada per rider ($20 per rider if registering in April) Otherwise donations of any amount are welcomed. Thank you for your support
Detailed Route for the Ride
- Head South towards Dixie Rd/Peel Regional Rd 4 S
- Turn left onto Queensway East
- Turn right onto Windermere Ave
- Use the left 2 lanes to turn left onto Lake Shore Blvd W
- Slight left toward British Columbia Rd
- Continue onto British Columbia Rd
- Turn right onto Saskatchewan Rd
- Turn left on Manitoba Drive
Your destination will be on the left.
Sikh Motorcycle Clubs across Canada have consistently engaged in promoting inclusion and empowering those around us to celebrate their customs, values and enriching the Canadian culture in the process. We have fund raised hundreds of thousands of dollars for a variety of Canadian charities including Breast Cancer Awareness ride, Ride Against Drugs, and raising $100,000 for Canadian Cancer Society. In addition to this upcoming Diabetes Canada benefit ride, our members regularly participate in blood donation through Canadian Blood Services, closely work with disaster relief through United Sikhs and other humanitarian causes.