Fatbikes for MS

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Together with the support of Revolution Cycle, the SG Front Forks are excited to present the second annual Fatbikes 4 MS event!
Enjoy our beautiful winter season in Edmonton's River Valley as you take on the trails with fellow fatbike enthusiasts. The course includes a 10km loop and two checkstops, but why not try the challenge course or complete multiple laps!? Registration includes lunch, so do be sure to stop for a break and enjoy some BBQ pulled pork with us!
But whether you are riding for a personal challenge, or for a friend or a family member, your participation is very important. Your involvement and dollars paid, raised or donated in this event help us fund programs and services for people affected by MS in our community, as well as help fund ground breaking MS research that bring us closer and closer to finding a cure for multiple sclerosis.
Cycling the event not enough? Be a part of #TeamFight and fundraise futher to end MS. Create your personal account here.
Fundraising the old fashioned way with cold hard cash? Use a pledge sheet to track your donations!
Not sure what to pack? We've got you covered.

All proceeds will go to the MS Society.
Interested in volunteering? Contact us!

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    • 2017-02-05 09:00:00 2017-02-05 16:00:00 America/Vancouver Fatbikes for MS Together with the support of Revolution Cycle, the SG Front Forks are excited to present the second annual Fatbikes 4 MS event! Enjoy our beautiful winter season in Edmonton's River Valley as you take on the trails with fellow fatbike enthusiasts. https://www.trailforks.com/event/322/ Buena Vista Dog Park Sg Front Forks michael@revolutioncycle.com
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