“Tour the Hills” is a cycling event to raise much-needed funds for Cancer Assistance Services of Halton Hills (CAShh). This one-day event takes participants through the picturesque countryside of Halton Hills and is designed to get the community involved in a way that’s enjoyable, challenging, safe and beneficial to everyone involved.
There are 3 cycling routes available to choose from; 25 kms, 40km and 100km. The ride will start and finish at the Trafalgar Sports Park in Georgetown. Pit stops will be set up along the routes to provide refreshments and healthy snacks along with first aid and bicycle repair services. Safety of the participants is paramount, so we will provide route marshals, ‘sweep’ vehicles and first aid services along the route to ensure participants safety. We want this to be a memorable and pleasant experience for everyone.
Please note: Minimum age 14 + and no children in carriers or trailers.
‘Early Bird Registration’ saves you $25 and includes an entry to win a KHS Winslow Mountain Bike (approx value $800)
Registration Options & Pricing
|Routes||Early Bird until July 31st||After July 31st|
|100 km||$50 + $100 min donation||$75 + $100 min donation|
|40 km||$25 + $100 min donation||$50 + $100 min donation|
|25 km||$25 + $100 min donation||$50 + $100 min donation|
Minimum donations can be easily raised by setting up a personal fundraising page which allows your family and friends to donate to your ride, on line.
8:30am to 9:30am – 100KM Route Check In
9:30am to 9:45am – 100KM Route Opening Ceremonies
9:50am to 10:30am – Launch of 100KM Route Riders
9:30am to 10:30 – 40/25KM Route Rider Check In
10:30am to 10:45am – 40/25KM Route Opening Ceremonies
10:50 am to 11:30am – Launch of 40/25KM Route Riders
1:00pm to 2:30pm – 100KM Route Riders Return to Finish Line
1:00pm to 3:30pm – 40/25KM Route Riders Return to Finish Line
1:00pm – 3:30pm – Closing Ceremonies & BBQ Celebration with Transistor Radio Group
Fully supported routes with Mechanical and Medical support:
- Aid Stations
- Police Services
- Bike Repair Stations
- Sweep Vehicles
- Chico’s BBQ
- Entertainment by Transistor Radio Group
About Cancer Assistance Services of Halton Hills (CAShh)
In 2000, Cancer Assistance Services of Halton Hills (CAShh) was founded with an idea and a donation of $200.00. Seeing the need within Halton Hills of a cancer charity, CAShh took up the challenge of providing practical services to the residents of Halton Hills.
CAShh delivers free community-based practical care and wellness programmes to help those coping with a cancer diagnosis and treatment. From transportation to and from Doctor and hospital appointments to hats and wigs, Reiki and practical home services are just a few of the important services we provide to patients and their families.
Cancer Assistance Services of Halton Hills is NOT associated with any cancer organization, nor do we receive any government grants to fund our services. Our services are funded locally from donations, fundraising events and the generous volunteers in the community. Our mandate is to help those touched with cancer. The need for quality services in Halton Hills continues to grow as an increasing number of men, women and children face a cancer diagnosis. The financial support of our community ensures that patients will continue to receive the unique care services we offer.
The majority of the donations received at CAShh go directly to our patient programmes with only a small amount used for fundraising, administration and overhead expenses. Through the generosity of the Summer’s family, we have a wonderful office facility to conduct our business activities conveniently located within the Mountainview Terrace in Glen Williams.
If cycling isn’t your thing but you would still like to make a donation, please donate.
Thank you for helping us help those coping with cancer in our community.
For more information about CAShh and our services, please go to our web site at www.cancerasssistance.org
‘Tour the Hills’ is proud to be a Sustainability Ambassador for the Town of Halton Hills (Office of Sustainability). For more information regarding the Community Sustainability Strategy, please go to https://www.haltonhills.ca/sustainability/plansAndStrategies.php