Why We Ride

Why I ride:   Freedom & Camaraderie.   Riding with friends and strangers but still alone with your thoughts.

Why I Ride For Dad:  Because I believe a dozen Canadian men don’t need to die every day from Prostate cancer.

Because I believe in the overwhelming power of a large group of people pursuing a single goal.

Because I believe Prostate Cancer can someday be beaten.

Because I believe that the Ride For Dad is the organization to get us there.

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Byron Smith

Ottawa

Why I ride:   Freedom & Camaraderie.   Riding with friends and strangers but still alone with your thoughts. Why I Ride For Dad:  Because I believe...

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Charlie Pester

Kingston-Quinte

Charlie-referee

A few years ago I met a man, who didn't look ill even though he told me he had Prostate Cancer. Over a period of...

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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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Dan Séguin

Montreal

After reading about the MRFD I contact Gary and I met Byron and John in Kingston, there was no ride in Montreal and with the...

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Dave Hubbard – In Memory Of

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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Derek Scott

Manitoba

Ride for Dad 2022 will be an experience I will never forget. I have wanted to do it for quite some time now, but there...

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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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