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2022 Cops For Cancer Tour De Rock Kicks Off This Weekend

Friday, September 23rd, 2022 7:27am

By Jay Herrington

Cops for Cancer Tour de Rock 2022 is underway this weekend, through to October 7th.

Cops for Cancer Tour de Rock 2022 is underway this weekend, through to October 7th.

This year, along with 4 other Cops for Cancer tours, Tour de Rock riders will cycle over 1200km across the varied terrains of the Vancouver Island Region, raising money for childhood cancer research & support services at the Canadian Cancer Society.

The tour kicks off in Port Alice Saturday and makes its way to Port Hardy and Port McNeill Sunday, with stops in Campbell River September 27th and the Comox Valley September 28th.

It's not just cops in on the action - with some firefighters getting in on the fun.

Bonnie Logan with the Campbell River Fire Department is registered to ride, along with Steve Scott, with Courtenay Volunteer Fire and Rescue.

As well, Robin Campbell with Cups for Cancer, a big community supporter for years, will be along for the ride.

Money raised through the Tour is used to fund life-saving pediatric cancer research & caring support programs like Camp Goodtimes.

Watch for riders coming through your area & cheer them on. Full schedule below.

 

 

September 24th Port Alice

September 25th Port Hardy, Port McNeill

September 26th Sayward

September 27th Campbell River

September 28th Comox Valley

September 29th Qualicum Beach, Parksville

September 30th Port Alberni

October 1st Ucluelet

October 2nd Tofino, Nanaimo

October 3rd Ladysmith, Chemainus

October 4th lake Cowichan, Duncan

October 5th Shawnigan Lake, Mill Bay, Sooke, Westshore

October 6th Oak Bay, Victoria, Sidney

October 7th Esquimalt, Saanich, Victoria

 

For details or to donate, go to https://www.tourderock.ca.

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