Heritage Bikes "Ride For Hope" Summer Campaign

Ride and help us raise money for this great cause! Heritage Bikes is participating in numerous event to help promote awareness and raise funds for the Wheels of Hope Program. Events include: Weekly "Ride for Hope" Rides, Monthly Community Cruiser Rides, Supervised Bike Parking for the Stewart Park Festival, Bike Check-Ups at the Perth Bike Rodeo (Perth Fire Dept.) and Bike Check-Ups at The Table.  

Ride for Hope

Join us most Saturday mornings from June to the end of September for our "Ride for Hope" Rides. Beginning at 8am at Heritage Bikes, we will ride as an easy pace for 1-1.5 hours. Please keep in mind that we have a no-drop policy. Should you wish to ride faster, or get extra training, please consider one of our training programs

  • The rides are by donation, receipts available upon request
  • Most Saturdays from June to September, See Calendar for dates
  • Starts at 8am from Heritage Bikes
  • Time: 8-9:30. Please note that some rides may be shorter. 

Please make sure that your bike is in top shape for each ride. If you need to pump your tires or make small adjustments before your rides, come early (7:45a) and we'll get you set up. 

Heritage Bikes is committed to promoting safe cycling in Lanark. Please wear Hi-Viz clothing, have a bell, your helmet, and light on your bike. Riding with a helmet is mandatory. 

Lastly, make you you have plenty of water and a snack bar for each ride. We recommend wearing cycling shorts, light athletic clothing, sunscreen and sunglasses. 

What is Wheels of Hope?

Sometimes simply getting to treatment can be difficult. If you can’t afford the cost of travel, or if you are not physically well enough to use public transportation, CCS can work with you to help find a solution.

Our Wheels of Hope Transportation Service covers 2 programs: Volunteer Driver Provided Program and Family Provided Program. These programs are intended to assist an eligible client and escort (if required) with their short-term travel to attend cancer-specific medical appointments or supportive care services delivered by a professional recognized by Ontario's Health Care System. Patients must declare a financial, physical or emotional need for service. Read more: