Come out and join us for a ride for good cause!
August 14th 2021
2021 Blue Tie Ride Info
In lieu of a group ride this year, Blue Tie Ride will be holding a 5 stop poker run. The event will be held respecting all provincial health guidelines. The run will start and end at Barrie Harley-Davidson.
Early bird registration is $50 per registered rider, and $15 per passenger. This year, Only pre-registered riders will receive an event t-shirt and patch. Early bird registration will end August 1st. Event day registration will be $65 per registered rider and $15 per passenger. T-shirts will be available for purchase while quantities last. Registration will commence at 11:00 AM and will end at 12:30 PM sharp.
Upon pre-registration, you will receive full instructions via email and all poker stop details.
This year, Blue Tie Ride is proud to announce that we will also be supporting Food Banks Canada. One third of our net proceeds raised at this years event will be donated to Food Banks Canada. We will also be accepting non-perishable food items on the day of the event.
About Blue Tie
Who are we?
Blue Tie Ride was founded in 2011 by Raumar Bustamente and Dolly Betancourt who both share a passion for raising funds and awareness for prostate cancer and childhood sexual abuse.To date, Blue Tie Ride has raised $102,000 for Prostate Cancer through various events but most importantly, our Blue Tie Ride Motorcycle Rally, which is held every August.
Net proceeds go to both Prostate Cancer Research, The Gatehouse Child Abuse Investigation & Support Site, and Food Banks Canada
The Gatehouse is a unique charity that provides supports, resources and advocacy on behalf of those impacted by childhood sexual abuse. Over the past 20 years, The Gatehouse has helped thousands including children, youth and adults who have experienced childhood sexual abuse.
Food banks Canada supports more than 3,000 community organization that are helping Canadians every day. As the COVID-19 pandemic continues, Food Banks are on the front lines helping to ensure that vulnerable families are receiving vulnerable food support during this time. Food banks Canada is launching a special appeal to raise $150M so they can continue their critical work. All funds will be used to bulk purchase and distribute food with food banks in local communities.
Wellspring Prostate Cancer Support: A Canada-wide network of community-based centers, offering programs and services at no charge, without referral, to anyone with any type of cancer, at any stage in their journey. Wellspring has helped thousands of people take an active role in taking charge of their cancer experience to improve their quality of life. Wellspring charges no fees and receives no government or other core funding. Programs and operations are made possible only through the generosity of donors and funds raised through sponsorships and special events.