July 4 – 15, 2022
Cycle of Hope brings together passionate cyclists with a drive to help lower income families in Manitoba build a better life through home ownership.
This annual event is Habitat for Humanity’s longest running, signature fundraising event. Join this 12 day, supported journey where cyclists challenge themselves by riding long distances through breathtaking scenery, offering the perfect mix of effort and reward.
This year, Cycle of Hope visits Western Canada. The ride starts in Jasper, AB, winding through the Rocky Mountains and the Icefields Parkway, concluding in Waterton, AB.
Registration fee: $995/cyclist or FREE for Support Volunteers
Your registration includes:
- Luxury motor coach transportation to / from Alberta
- Most meals, snacks and non-alcoholic beverages
- Professional mechanical support throughout the ride
- Fully equipped support vehicles
- Comfy-camping accommodations
- Commemorative jersey (cyclists) and T-shirt (all)
Optional activities at your own expense
Cycle of Hope by the Numbers:
Total tour distance: 3,796 km
Total cycling distance: 780 km
Average daily cycling distance: 111 km
Total cycling days: 7
Total rest days: 1
Total travel days: 4
Rider Orientation Sessions
June 30, 2022
Monday, July 4
Friday, July 15
Click HERE to view COH Archives
The fundraising goal for this event is $100,000 and the fundraising commitment for each participant is $3,500 ($6,000 per couple). Volunteers are also encouraged to fundraise and suggest a minimum of $250 for those new to the event. For more experienced fundraisers, please set your own minimum: $500, $1,000, or more!
The backbone of this event is our team of passionate volunteers that provide support for the cyclists. The support roles include: General support, Food support, Drivers, Bike Mechanics, Photographers, Videographers, etc. If you would like to join us for a 12-day adventure in July, apply HERE
For more information, please contact Brett Bourne 204-235-2181 or [email protected]
The Cycling Plan: