Join us for the 6th annual NewRoads LakeRide in support of The Mental Health Program at Southlake Regional Health Centre.
This year we're introducing Three Ways to Ride: Live Ride on September 19, Virtual Event on September 4, or the option to Ride Your Way all month long.
The province of Ontario Covid-19 safety protocols have been added to each rest stop, along with the start and finish of the ride for your safety and the safety of others. Safety modifications can be found here.(Including cohorts and rider groups)
Cohorts, Arrival and Departure Times
125 kilometer riders depart at 8:30 am and need to be onsite by 8:00 am
80 kilometer riders depart at 8:45 am and need to be onsite by 8:00 am
Brief 15-minute flow and review to allow riders onto the side
45 kilometer riders depart at 9:15 am and need to be onsite by 8:45 am
20 kilometer riders depart at 9:30 am and need to be onsite by 8:45 am
Address: NewRoads Performing Arts Centre, 505 Pickering Cres, Newmarket, ON L3Y 8H1
SUN, SEPT 19, 2021
We're working with our community to hold an in-person event departing from the NewRoads Performing Arts Centre in Newmarket. This ride will be lead by World Cup Gold Medalist, Ed Veal. 20K, 45K, 80K and 125K route options for riders of all abilities. Rest stops will be equipped with bathrooms, water, simply good bars, fruit, energy boosts options and great volunteer to cheer you on!
SAT, SEPT 4, 2021
Tune up your mind, body, and bike virtually with Spoke O'Motion.
Be inspired riding alongside the first Canadian to have competed in three difference Olympic Games in three different sports, Team Canada's Georgia Simmerling.
AND Between now and September 30th visit Spoke O'Motion and tune up your bike with 50% of proceeds going directly to the Mental Health Program at Southlake.
Supporting The Mental Health Program at Southlake Regional Health Centre
Southlake's Mental Health Program is facing the perfect storm, with capacity challenges made worse by critical factors close to home. In our rapidly growing communities, we are seeing rising rates of dementia, addiction and mental illness, and COVID-19 has caused isolation and effects on mental health that will be felt long after the pandemic is over
"While COVID-19 was unexpected and the increased need for mental health support unprecedented, Southlake has long been working to increase capacity and vastly bolster its ability to deliver vital mental health support to members of its communities."
Jennifer Klotz-Ritter, President & CEO of Southlake Foundation