Registration is now open! Ride Don’t Hide is a nationwide community bike ride raising funds for mental health. Ride Don’t Hide is a movement that brings mental health into the open.
The event is the largest mental health bike ride in Canada with almost 10,000 riders and hundreds more family members, friends and volunteers across Canada taking part, raising almost $2 million each year for the Canadian Mental Health Association.
Starting in 2020, June is Ride Don’t Hide month, a chance to bring mental health into the open, raise critical funds for vital mental health programs, and connect — to your own mental health, to each other, to our community, and to the national movement for mental health!
Join us for Ride Don’t Hide 2020 in Calgary at Springbank Park for All Seasons on a new date! Mark your calendar: June 14, 2020.
Click here to register.
FOR THE ADVANCED CYCLIST
The ultimate challenge for even the most advanced cyclists – the 105km route is in a class all on its own! Join a limited number of cyclists for a unique experience as you ride through Springbank south past Bragg Creek and into scenic Kananaskis Country. The number of participants on this route will be capped at 100.
The 105km route uses Highway 22 from Springbank Road to Beaver Lodge (just past Elbow Falls) via Highway 66. Elevation gain of 933m, est. moving time of 4 hours and 20 minutes.
FOR THE INTERMEDIATE CYCLIST
This route, designed for the intermediate rider, gives you the opportunity to challenge yourself! Following cycling routes along the roadways in Springbank, this route is full of hills, valleys and a landscape that will take your breath away as you make your way south into Bragg Creek. The number of participants on this route will be capped at 225.
The 50 km route use Highway 22 between Springbank Road and Bragg Creek there/back. Elevation gain of 295m, est. moving time of 2 hours and 5 minutes
10 & 20 KM
A terrific option for beginners trying out cycling for the first time. This route follows quiet back roads through the Springbank area and overlooks the beautiful mountains the entire way. 10km too short? Complete two loops for 20km! The number of participants on this route will be capped at 225.
Elevation gain of 83m, est. moving time of 26 minutes.