The Growling Beaver – Collingwood, Ontario, Canada

When:
October 1, 2016 @ 07:00 – 23:00
2016-10-01T07:00:00-04:00
2016-10-01T23:00:00-04:00
Where:
Side Launch Brewery
200 Mountain Rd
Collingwood, ON L9Y 4V5
Canada
Cost:
$75 (40 km), $90 (100km), $105 (200)
Contact:
Mariposa Bicycles

GrowingBeaver

From the Promoter:

The Growling Beaver Brevet made its debut in 2015 to celebrate cycling and to help people with Parkinson’s to live well today. All fundraising proceeds will go to support the joint work of the Davis Phinney Foundation and ParkinGo Wellness Society.

The Growling Beaver Brevet is a social (non-race) ride to celebrate cycling with 150 cyclists riding 40, 100 or 200 km routes through the scenic Beaver Valley at what should be the height of the fall colours. The day will feature Beaver Valley and Georgian Bay communities and merchants that have supported cyclists through the summer season.

The routes have been conceived with a mix of tarmac and scenic country gravel roads. Every rider will carry a “passport” that will be authenticated at checkpoints.

Ride Highlights:

  • Epic 40/100/200 km courses that cover scenic rail trails, gravel roads, and paved roadways.
  • Stunning vistas overlooking the beautiful Beaver Valley and the surrounding region at the peak of fall colour.
  • An intimate event limited to 150 riders.
  • “Passport” authentication at checkpoints which will spoil you with local cuisine and entertainment.
  • Post ride meal upon your return to Side Launch Brewing Company.
  • Evening social, entertainment, and awards ceremony.
  • Receive a Growling Beaver swag bag (Growling Beaver water bottle and other fun surprises, excludes kit and swag items listed for sale below).

Through the amazing support of our sponsors, registration fees have been kept to a minimum and 100% of fundraising dollars will go to Davis Phinney Foundation and ParkinGo Wellness Society. Given this, the suggested fundraising minimum is $500 per participant.

Note: The event will occur on open roads ways, thus all participants must follow the Highway Traffic Act.

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