The Big Ride  |  Playmakers Gran Fondo 2021

What is Gran Fondo 2021?
Join Right To Play Playmakers, as we raise money for Right To Play programs by riding in a 50km or 100km bike ride! On Sept 19th, you can join the ride in person or virtually! All proceeds go towards Right To Play programs, including our empowering work with Indigenous community partners.

Register Now | Early Bird Ends August 29th
(Save $50, or wait and give the kids more money later)

Early Bird Price: $150, Stragglers: $200

When Registering, please select only ONE attendance option: In-Person OR Virtual.

Event Details:

Date: Sunday, September 19th
Event Start: 8:30AM EST
Location: Mattamy National Cycling Centre | Milton, ON
What to Expect: 100 person Cycling Race, teams of 10 with staggered departure times, two in-person options : a 50km or 100km race.

Bring on the Competition!
Join our club on Strava to participate.

King/Queen of the Mountain
There will be a short KOM/QOM Section, prizes for fastest girl and guy.

Sustain some power to win the Team Time Trial!
A fun and quasi competitive opportunity to compete with your team. So, if you're a bit of "go-hard" looking for a little low-rent glory, there will be a timed section, winners get free products from Molson-Coors among others

Additional Info

  • All participants will receive a jersey, please indicate your size when you register.
  • Team leaders will be identified closer to the time of the event.

Our Why

Our goal is to raise $25,000 to help kids in Canada to stay active mentally and physically through the charity's impactful local programs. Have your friends, family, or company sponsor you to help us achieve this goal.

About Playmakers | The Young Pros Board Affiliated with Right to Play
The Right To Play Playmakers movement brings together young professionals across Canada to unite in play, while empowering children around the world to do the same. The board is comprised of young professionals from a diverse range of industries that are committed to protecting and empowering children to rise above adversity using the power of play.