The ride is is on on August 07, 2021 for just one day
What I do know is that the MS Society will need the funding.
The Copper Pedalers 2021 have decided to support the ride once again and Fundraising is in full swing.
"MS Bike - Cowichan Valley Experience".
Sat - August 07, 2021 Location: Shawnigan Lake School
Thank you for visiting my fundraising page!
My fund raising goal of $10,000 is 2.4% completed.
The Copper Pedalers -2021 have grown to riders (Gary & Annette, John, Rob and Irene, Hillie & Jaap).
Personally I pledge to ride a total of at least 70 km on August 07, 2021 and an additional few hundred in the Cowichan Valley, as part of my training.
I have commenced my training and do a few rides every week, the rides are short as I do them on my mountain bike.
Your participation is vital to funding research to treat and ultimately end MS. The money you donated also provides valuable services to people living with MS, including home care, counseling, and equipment to enhance the lives of our friends living with MS.
We have signed up again for 2021, if you would like to join us please let us know.
Thank you on all our behalf for your donations.
David, Rob & Irene, John, and Hillie & Jaap ( Copper Pedalers 2020)
First of all a big huge thank you to all my supporters for 2020. Especially my year after year supporters, thank you.
The Copper Pedalers have been riding and fundraising for the last Ten years. And we would like to thank all the sponsors who have helped us reach our fundraising goals.
This year the Copper Pedalers will be riding again in the MS Bike Cowichan Valley Experience on Vancouver Island, and the ride is a fund raiser for Multiple Sclerosis. It takes place over one day with rides up to 100km.
Not only will your donation help us reach my goal, but the money you donate to support research and services for those living with MS on Southern Vancouver Island.
Thank you in advance for your support....
Can you imagine...
Having multiple sclerosis means that one morning you may not be able to walk when you wake up. Or that you may suddenly have impaired vision. Or that your memory will fail you for no apparent reason. The symptoms of MS are many and vary for everyone. It's estimated that approximately 55,000-75,000 men and women in Canada have the disease, and every day about three more people are diagnosed.