Every summer cyclists of all ages and fitness levels come together across Canada to find, and conquer, their personal cycling challenge at MS Bike. This year is no different as we come together at our virtual MS Bike, uniting online. Join us as together we hit the road, trainer or stationary bike and virtually connect for a cycling experience you will never forget.
The current health crisis has impacted all Canadians and, for those affected by MS, it’s another uncertainty on top of an already challenging disease. The need for resources and support is as urgent and critical as ever.
MS Bike is full of excitement, challenge and togetherness that you won’t find anywhere else. When you join virtual MS Bike you’ll experience a fully supported fundraising cycling experience that will make you feel like you’ve accomplished something great for yourself and the MS community.
“Everyone who rides in the MS Bike tour makes that same choice. As a participant, as a volunteer, as someone living with MS, as someone with a loved one with MS—whatever your connection is, when you decide to ride, it’s because you know that together we can end MS.” - Patrycia
Canada has one of the highest rates of multiple sclerosis in the world and every year, friends, family members and co-workers strap on their helmets to end this disease. Funds raised at MS Bike continue to support leading-edge research and support programs.
Your commitment will help boldly define what’s next in MS research and services for Canadians affected by multiple sclerosis. The money you raise will support:
With the first disease-modifying therapy for primary progressive MS (PPMS) announced in 2018, we’re on the cusp of breakthrough discoveries.
MS progression is unique for each person, making it difficult to predict. It’s time to answer key questions, including why do certain individual progress and not others?
Advocacy for accessible and low-cost treatments
People living with MS should have equal and timely access to treatments that are best suited for their health, and not their financial circumstances.
The MS Knowledge Network
Canadians affected by MS can now access a hub of knowledge where MS Navigators will provide consistent, quality information and support tailored to their unique situation.