Canadians have one of the highest rates of MS in the world and, on average, 12 Canadians are diagnosed with this unpredictable disease every day. We don’t know what causes MS, and we don’t have a cure. Yet.
Ride with us - Canadian Adaptive SnowSports - Manitoba
Skiers love putting on "mileage" and summertime is no exception. Participating in the Riding Mountain Challenge MS Bike Tour is a great way to raise funds to support our friends, family members, neighbours and co-workers who are affected by MS. Members of our team would also like to raise awareness for Canadian Adaptive SnowSports (CADS).
What is Canadian Adaptive SnowSports (CADS)?
CADS provides opportunities for people with disabilities to experience the joy of participating and competing in alpine adaptive snow sports. CADS does this by developing and promoting adaptive snow sports through partnerships, training, and instructor certification programs.
If you know someone that would like to participate in adaptive snowsports but are not quite sure where to begin or just looking for additional information visit www.cads.ski
We’re cycling in MS Bike because we want to join the fight alongside our friends, family members, neighbours and co-workers who are affected by MS. The current health crisis has impacted all Canadians, and for those living with MS it’s another uncertain and unpredictable concern on top of an already challenging disease.
Join our team and let’s ride together toward the ultimate finish line – a world free of MS.
Donate to our fundraising
If you are unable to cycle with us at MS Bike, donate to our team’s fundraising today. Your donation will help continue to fund groundbreaking research and support programs that improve the quality of life for people affected by MS.