August 18, 2018
8:30 am to 2:00 pm
Harold Town Conservation Area
2611 Old Norwood Rd.
Sponsored by Ben and Ashley Logan of Fontaine Source for Sports, the Dirty Enduro carries on a 20-year tradition of mountain biking in support of CMHA HKPR, at a new location, Harold Town Conservation Area, just east of Peterborough, Ontario. The event takes place August 18, 2018 and will include a challenging 12km and 24km loop as well as a special children’s event. Focused on family participation and fun, Ben and Ashley see the new Dirty Enduro as a time for folks who are new to mountain biking to join other, more experienced riders for a fun day on the trails, all in support of mental health. With two young children of their own, they know the importance of family time together and instilling in their children an awareness of the importance of regular physical activity while promoting positive mental health. That’s why they’ve chosen CMHA HKPR’s Kids on the Block Program as the program that Dirty Enduro will support.
Kids on the Block is a children’s education program that focuses on children’s wellness and in particular mental health. The program is delivered through the use of life size puppets in schools, libraries and community centres addressing topics such as bullying, building resilience and the importance of physical activity.
Register before June 15 for only $50.
After June 15, registration is $60 per person. Please note, those who register after July 17 may not be guaranteed a t-shirt.
The 12km and 24km ride for those 13 years and older, will be timed.
The 24km starts at 10 a.m. with the 12km starting at 12 p.m..
Children 12 and under are invited to register for the Shimano Kids Ride, starting at 1 p.m., at no cost (t-shirt not included).
A BBQ lunch will start at 12:30 p.m.
The top adult and child fundraisers will each take home a prize. Plus, for every $100 raised, riders will receive an entry for a chance to win a bonus prize!