Sponsors & Partners

SPONSORS

TRIUMPH SPONSORS

Air CanadaScotiabankCMCCYMCA


CELEBRATION SPONSORS

ViivMetro  StarbucksGM logo


COMMUNITY

The Tilted Dog Pub      As Promised Painting        The Roy Public House         Browns


EXPERIENCE SPONSORS

Niko Apparel Systems             Cycle Solutions logo


MEDIA PARTNER

National LGBT Media Sponsor

IN Magazine

PARTNERS

Cycle SolutionsCycle Solutions

PWA and Cycle Solutions have worked together for over 15 years. Owner, Kale Powell, and his team have been generously supported PWA’s sustaining fundraiser, the Friends For Life Bike Rally, providing in-kind support such as discounts on products and services to participant, incentive prizes, and many other important supports that have contributed to the Bike Rally’s success in raising millions of dollars and invaluable awareness for HIV/AIDS.

Visit Cycle Solutions website or Parliament Street store to learn more


Sweet Pete's logoSweet Pete’s

For over 10 years, Pete Lilly and the Sweet Pete’s team have provided invaluable hands on support to Riders on the Bike Rally both pre Rally and during week of the ride. When embarking on a journey like the Bike Rally you need to know everything from how to dress to how to change a flat. The experts at Sweet Pete’s ensure that Riders have access to the training and tools to get to Port Hope and Montreal safely. In addition to providing mechanics that are available every kilometre of the ride, Sweet Pete’s offers a ton of in-kind benefits such as discounts on products and services, training and workshops.

Visit Sweet Pete’s website or Bloordale store to learn more


Architectural Conservancy Ontario Architectural Conservancy Ontario

Bike Rally participant Catherine Nasmith is an architect specializing in heritage rehabilitation, planning, advocacy and research. Catherine is the president of ACO and through her cycling travels on the Rally, she began documenting the interesting and important architectural locations along the route between Toronto and Montreal. The ACO’s mission: Through education and advocacy, to encourage the conservation and reuse of structures, districts and landscapes of architectural, historic and cultural significance, to inspire and benefit Ontarians