This weekend (Sept. 15) is your chance to explore Northumberland by bike, while helping fund priority medical equipment for two local hospitals.
The fourth annual Home Hardware’s Bike Up Northumberland is back on Sept. 15 – supporting the Campbellford and Northumberland Hills hospital foundations. Five distances are available – five, 10, 25, 50 and 100 kilometre routes, travelling from Cobourg to Presqu’ile Park.
Executive Director John Russell says it’s open to all skill levels and abilities – including walkers and runners.
Russell says everyone’s welcome – including walkers and runners.
Russell tells us more.
Russell says it’s open to all skill levels and abilities – including walkers and runners.
Russell tells us more about this year’s honourary cyclist.
Russell says former Cobourg Mayor Peter Delanty is this year’s honourary cyclist.
Registration, just $50 until Sept. 15 (or $75 on the day of the event.) Two adults and two children under 16-years-old can also register for just $60. Raise over $300 and get a free riding jersey. Donations are tax deductible.
Details on their website www.bikeupnorthumberland.ca.