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Due to an unfortunate muscle strain, the PFAFF Porsche HERO Ride will be undergoing some rehabilitation over the coming weeks and will sadly miss the 2018 event.  We were so looking forward to our annual pilgrimage, and apologize for the impact that this decision will have on our many friends and supporters.

The good news is that the early prognosis is very positive, and that we anticipate a full recovery.  We will share updates as they become available, and look forward to reconnecting with everyone for the next event on June 1st and June 2nd, 2019



Participants in the Hero Ride receive the following benefits:

Meals and Beverages

All food and non-alcoholic beverages (some alcoholic beverages will be provided) Dinner will be provided by Oliver and Bonacini.


Double occupancy accommodation at The Westin Trillium House at Blue Mountain (single supplement available).

Rider Support and Gear

Fully stocked rest stops with food and refreshments along with technical on-road support by Pfaff Porsche and a custom branded kit from Louis Garneau

An Incredible Journey

From being a part of supporting the charity of your choice to the feeling of accomplishment after the 250 KM ride, the weekend will be an unforgettable experience.


Where do the funds go?

Hero Ride is proud to help our riders support the charity of their choice, Bridgepoint Health Foundation and Coast to Coast Against Cancer. 100 percent of funds raised will be allocated to the rider’s charity of choice.

How do I sponsor a rider?

Once you have confirmed if your rider has dedicated their ride to Bridgepoint or Coast to Coast Against Cancer you can sponsor them by searching for their name in the Getting Involved section of the website.

Where should I park?

Riders can leave their cars overnight at Kingbridge Centre. If you have a guest meeting you at Blue Mountain overnight parking will also be available.

Will there be evening entertainment on Friday Night?

Yes, there will be a sit-down dinner, drinks and an exciting show that will be announced closer to the event.

What should I bring?

Pack for the weather and for a long ride. Remember to bring extra socks, shoes, comfortable clothes and something nice for dinner.

Will I be able to keep up with the group?

At Hero Ride, our riders range from elite riders to those who are embarking on a journey of this distance for the first time, which is why we offer different pace groups guided by seasoned marshals to ensure your safety.

What is included in the Rider Kits?

Jersey, arm warmers, shorts, knee warmers, socks, bib and sponsor product.


We are incredibly thankful to all of our partners for helping make Hero Ride a reality.

Kit Sponsor

Cocktail Reception Sponsor

Apres Ride Sponsor

Wine Sponsor

Water Bottle Sponsor


On Road Support


If you have any questions about the event, please contact one of the contacts below.


 David Nash <dnash@influencemarketing.ca>


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