Approximately 150 motorcycles escorted by about 30 police motorcycles will make their way to the Beaverton Curling Club this Saturday (Aug. 25) as Canada’s 911 Ride returns to Brock Township.
Canada’s 911 Ride is an annual event that raises funds and awareness of a variety of causes such as helping families of fallen emergency service personnel and helping children who were victims of violent crimes. The Ride also works in conjunction with the Mikey Network to make public defibrillators more readily available to save lives.
Participants will travel south on Highway 12 to Mara Road before making their way to the Beaverton Curling Club for a lunch event, arriving at approximately 11:45 a.m.. They are expected to depart around 1:15 p.m., travelling south on Regional Road 23 to Highway 48, as they make their way into York Region.
The Brock Township Fire Department wishes to extend an invitation to all Township residents to come out, see the motorcycles and wave them on in support of this great fundraising event.
More information about the ride can be found at www.canadas911ride.com