6:30pm – 8:00pm
Endurance training is a vital aspect of your Bike Rally preparation, as well as a great way to stay active. But sometimes it can cause muscular imbalances that may lead to aches and pains, or worse, a full-blown injury. During this interactive session, Dr. Donald Littlewood will speak to the common issues he’s treated on the Bike Rally, and offer some great suggestions for injury prevention and conditioning.
Proactive injury prevention is a commonly overlooked aspect of training, and it applies equally to first-time participants and veterans. Be sure to attend this valuable seminar as a way to support and enhance your Bike Rally training!
Dr. Donald is a chiropractor and acupuncturist practicing in downtown Toronto. He has been a Bike Rally Wellness Crew volunteer twice (2016 and 2017), the first time as a member of the Canadian Memorial Chiropractic College Team (CMCC) providing care to riders and crew.
David Linton (1964‐2011) was the co‐founder of PWA’s Friends For Life Bike Rally and a long-time rider. A past board member of Toronto People With AIDS Foundation and supporter of the agency, David was committed to improving the lives of people living with HIV/AIDS in our community and this commitment and passion has shaped a Bike Rally that has endured and continues to grow.
Join us as we honour David with a 54 km training ride, setting off from the Keating Channel Pub & Grill, 2 Villiers St, Toronto. A Bike Rally social follows at the end of the ride, at the pub. This is a great way to wind down after the ride, refuel and get to know your fellow Bike Rally Participants and Crew.
Route Map will be available on March 31.