Total dollars raised for cancer research since 2009 $3,438,157 (so far)


Why 33?

a parking stall number is the quest for the team

Essential Bike Maintenance Class


Essential Bike Maintenance Class

Even though the Ride to Conquer is fully supported with bike maintenance crews it a great idea to know how to change a flat as well as some key things you can do to your bike to increase its overall longevity.

Come down and learn a few vital items including changing a flat in less than 2 minutes!

  1. Clean, oil chain & why
  2. Brake cable adjust
  3. Changing a flat
  4. Gear adjustment

Date – July 24th

Time – 10am – 12pm

Location – 295 East 1st Avenue, Vancouver, BC.

Notes:  Bring with you tire levers, rags, oil, pump or air cartridges, multi tool

Please RSVP if you are attending with number of people to

The Ride to Conquer Cancer

Trying to sum up the Ride to Conquer Cancer in a video is a really hard thing to do.

Why Do We Ride?

Want to know why we ride in the Ride to Conquer Cancer?

This program was started with ride dollars, the very funds we raised started this amazing and cutting edge program.

Riders for Ryders sponsored by Bounce Energy Balls!


I’m very happy to announce that Bounce Energy Balls are our exclusive 2016 team sponsor.

This is a partnership made in heaven and if you haven’t tried them you should asap they are amazing.

Huge thanks to Philip at Bounce and the hard work Christine put in to make this partnership happen, we are super happy.

We really look forward to representing this brand and getting the word out about their amazing products. Come see our reserved tables at camp this year we might have a few samples for you to try.

Don’t give thieves an easy ride on your bike!

Stop your bike from getting stolen

Seems pretty simple advice to follow but thousands of bikes are stolen every year. Follow these guide lines to make sure your bike isn’t one of them.

The North Vancouver RCMP Property Crime Strike Force has been actively investigating recent bike thefts in North Vancouver. Investigators have noticed some commonality with these files and are passing on advice to the public to help reduce the chances of their valuable asset being stolen.

  • Never leave your bike unlocked or unattended, even for “just a minute”. It only takes seconds to steal an unsecured bike. Unlocked bikes are irresistible to opportunistic thieves.
  • Never lock your bike by the front wheel only. It will be too easy to steal. Always lock your bike with two quality locks; use a U-lock and a cable lock. By using more than one style of lock, it will take thieves two types of tools and twice as much time to steal your bike.
  • If possible, remove the seat of your bike. Without a bike seat, thieves are less likely to make a quick escape and ride away on your bike.

Police continue to receive complaints of bicycles being stolen from the owner’s home, commented Cpl. Richard De Jong, of the North Vancouver RCMP. Always lock your bike at home even when it is in your garage, storage unit or apartment. Be vigilant when returning from a ride. Keeping your bike out of view of prying eyes will also provide a deterrent to becoming a victim.

Go to the website to learn more on how to protect yourself against bike thefts.
Released by

Cpl. Richard De Jong

Media Relations
North Vancouver RCMP
147 East 14 St, North Vancouver, BC, V7L-2N4
Office: 604-969-7561
Cell: 604-363-5584
Fax: 604-990-7450





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6 years, 9 rides what’s it all meant?

6 years, 9 rides, 771 @RidersforRyders team members in the @TheBCRide @TheOntarioRide @TheAlbertaRide #bringon2015


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Michael Geilen


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