Chuck Shafley

Why We Ride

Every year thousands of Canadians from coast to coast to coast participate in the Ride For Dad's fight against prostate cancer. Participation takes many forms; volunteers, riders, donors, fundraisers, and sponsors. Everyone has a reason WHY they joined the fight...What's your WHY?

This section is dedicated to those special people who provided the motivation to become a Ride For Dad prostate cancer fighter. We invite you to share your story, post a tribute to your WHY.

Please the Submit my Why button below to contribute your submission.

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Chuck Shafley

Niagara

On May 2, 2019 the Niagara Ride lost one of its own. passed away after a long and courageous battle. Chuck was very involved with...

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Dave Hubbard

Durham & GTE

In 2005, I was diagnosed with prostate cancer and went through 33 radiation treatments which brought me into remission (as a result of research those...

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Earl Richmond

Avalon

My journey with the Ride for Dad started because of my dad.  I had never heard of Prostate Cancer nor was aware of the Ride...

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Ed Johner

Manitoba

In 2009 I met this amazing person after hearing his story and deciding we should start a chapter in Manitoba for Ride For Dad. Over...

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Jim Mahoney

Saskatoon

I have participated in the ride for dad since its inception in Saskatoon. Have always loved riding motorcycles and being able to combine my love...

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John Adams

Niagara

I am a cancer survivor! Not prostate but a close neighbour LOL. I want to help find a cure. Every one of us have a...

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John Annis

Durham & GTE

I went on the first Ride For Dad ride on Durham in 2006 not knowing what Ride For Dad was but it was a nice...

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John McNeilly

Edmonton

John McNeilly

John McNeilly was a founding member of the Edmonton Motorcycle Ride for Dad (“MRFD”) and served as the Co-chair for the first 4 years, and...

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