Ride the Ravines

Ride the Ravines is a fun challenge for recreational riders and a chance for all cyclists to experience Toronto’s ravines like never before.

You can sign up as an individual or a team and collect pledges for a chance to win amazing prizes! Can’t make the Ride? Pledge a rider instead!

On the morning of the ride, all cyclists must sign in at Evergreen Brick Works where you’ll pick up your ride kit, including a trail map. Volunteers will be on hand to provide direction and answer any questions before you pedal off.

Your safety and enjoyment are our key priorities. Toronto Police will escort sections of the ride and volunteers will be stationed throughout the routes to provide any help you may need. The routes will be clearly marked and everyone will receive a detailed trail map to ensure you know where you’re going.

Pit stops will be stocked with water, hydrating drinks and healthy snacks to keep you going. Washroom facilities will also be available at key points.

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