Bike Draw and Fundraising Prizes

All riders are entered into a draw to win a new bike, a Muskoka Beer Spa getaway package, and a set of Beats wireless headphones. Additional incentives for fundraising include:

  • Raise $500: Georgian Bay Cycle for Hope folding lawn chair with built-in 40-can cooler (Availability limited to the first 15 participants to reach $500 in donations)
  • Raise $1,000: receive a refund for your optional Georgian Bay Cycle for Hope Cycling Jersey
  • Raise $2,000: receive a free team registration for up to 4 riders into the 2024 Georgian Bay Cycle for Hope

It is a 2024 Devinci Milano 21 Cavalry Blue, size: Medium bike, generously donated by Total Sports.

A one-night stay for up to 6 people in one of Muskoka Beer Spa’s cabins during off-peak days (Sun-Thurs) during the 2024 season.

The draw will be held during our closing ceremonies, at approximately 12:15pm on August 19th.

All registered riders are automatically entered to win. You can get an additional entry for every $100 you fundraise. Eligibility will be based on donations received via online fundraising prior to 10am on August 17th.


Yes! These donations can be tracked by downloading the printable form here. These donations can be added to your public fundraising page by logging into your participant centre and selecting ‘Donations>Offline Donation>Add Donation’ from the menu on the left of the screen. Submit this form and all money collected on the day of the event.

Yes, donations can be made to a team or to a specific rider on a team. In both cases, the donation will add to the team’s performance.


Your fundraising page is created automatically when you register. You can log in to your fundraising page here. A password reset can be done at any time by selecting ‘Forgot Password.’

Select the ‘Create a Team’ option on the Georgian Bay Cycle for Hope registration page. If you wish to create a team but have already registered as an individual, email

The easiest way to share your fundraising page is to click on the word “Share” located beneath the “Give Now” button on your page.

Yes, we can! Download the offline donation form and have your donors add their information. Once complete, upload it to your online page following these directions.

Ice Cream Route

Yes! Registration is $25.00/participant; children under 10 years of age are free*. Your registration fee includes lunch from Mega Mindful Living, a buff, a water bottle, a bag of giveaways, and participation for the event.
*Children aged 10 and under (free registration) will receive a Burger/hot dog lunch option and no water bottle or buff.

This is an all-abilities route. You can participate by walking, rollerblading, or on a scooter…however, you choose…the important part is that you join in and help by raising funds for this worthwhile cause! Wind your way along the path to the Dock Lunch restaurant where you will be given a delicious ice cream cone for your efforts. After you return, your lunch will be waiting for you.

The start time for the Ice Cream Route is 10:00am

Yes! Highlights include a Bike Safety Rodeo, Finish Line Fire Truck, face painting and additional fun and games for the children, as well as live music.

Jersey Information

Visit and click on “Store” to learn more and purchase. The deadline to purchase a Jersey to receive at the event is July 19th!

Riders who fundraise $1,000 or more by Saturday, August 19 will receive a cheque from the GBCSC to reimburse them for their jersey.


There is parking on-site at the Curling Club, however, there is extra parking nearby: Designated street parking on Water Street and Robert Street, and at Ecole St. Joseph (30 Poyntz Street).

Please feel free to reach out to Samantha Miller at if you have any questions about the ride.


Your registration fee includes lunch from Mega Mindful Living, a buff, a water bottle, a bag of giveaways, and participation for the ride.

Register by visiting this link:

Ride Information

Riders have the option of doing the 100km, 50km, 25km, or 10km ride. An overview of the routes are on our website underneath the routes tab of the website.

Our start and finish line is located at the Penetanguishene Curling Club located at 8 Owen Street.

This is a self-supported ride; please have everything you need with you for the ride such as a water bottle, helmet, lights, cell phone and/or an emergency tool kit. There will be water and snack stations along all routes. All riders should be prepared with enough water to last them through their ride. Personal snacks are recommended at each rider’s discretion. Helmets must be worn.

No, the roads will not be blocked off and riders should be aware there will be cars on the road.

In order to enable all riders to be back at 12:00pm, the start times are as follows:
• 100km Route: 7:00am Registration | 8:00am Start
• 50km Route: 8:00 am Registration | 9:00am Start
• 25km Route: 8:30am Registration | 9:30am Start
• 10km Route: 9:00am Registration | 10:00am Start
• Ice Cream Route: 9:00am Registration | 10:00am Start

Riders who believe they may need more time may start earlier than their scheduled start time however, volunteers will not be at their assigned place along their route until 15 minutes before the scheduled start time.

Your Mega Mindful Living lunch will be available between 11:30am and 12:30pm. Additional food, from Mega Mindful Living and Pulse Nutrition will be available for riders and/or spectators to purchase. The live music also starts at 11:00am.

Road Sign Information

Again this year, you will have the opportunity to honour a loved one by sponsoring a road sign. It is a meaningful way to pay tribute to someone who is or was battling cancer. Visit and click on “Store” to learn more and purchase.

Tax Receipts

No, your fee for registration is not eligible for a charitable tax receipt.

Yes! Donations of $10.00 or more are eligible for charitable tax receipts.