The Ice Cream + Donut Ride
Join us on Saturday, June 22, 2019 at Hamilton’s Bayfront Park for a fun and family-friendly bicycle ride to help defeat Duchenne muscular dystrophy and help save the lives of boys like our Max.
You can choose from our 6 km ‘Single Scoop’ car-free route or opt to stretch your legs on our longer 22 km ‘Double Scoop’ ride to Grupetto Coffee in Dundas and back.
You definitely won't ride away hungry as we'll treat all riders with a delicious 'from scratch' donut from Hamilton's Donut Monster at the halfway point and one of four decadent Eva’s Original Chimney Cones at the finish.
The O.G. - Toronto’s famous! Cinnamon sugar cone, chocolate truffle bottom, fresh strawberry (Vegan option available)
Apple Crumble - Like a hug in a cone! Granola crumble, apple pie, salted caramel (Vegan option available)
Berrylicious - Fresh, sweet and tart! Mixed berry compote, raspberry coulis (Vegan option available)
Chocolate Caramel S'Mores - The ultimate treat! Caramel, chocolate, toasted marshmallows, graham, cocoa
* Best of all? Your support could make this generation the first to survive Duchenne muscular dystrophy. All riders who raise $50 or more in donations and pledges before June 10, 2019 will receive a limited edition Ice Cream + Donut Ride t-shirt!
Things you need to know:
Adults $39.95 (22 km) $35.95 (6 Km)
Children 16 and under $15.95 (at cost!)
*All children riding at the $15.95 price must be accompanied by a registered adult. Please contact us if you have any questions.
All proceeds from registration and 100% of donations will go to support research into a cure at the University of Toronto Mississauga’s Gunning Lab via the registered charity Jesse’s Journey. Click here to learn more.
Both routes start and end at Hamilton’s Bayfront Park. The 22 km ride will depart at 1:00 pm and the 6 km shortly after at 1:15 pm. The Ice Cream + Donut Ride goes rain or shine.
Check out the car-free family friendly6 km ‘Single Scoop’ route here.
Check out the 22 km ‘Double Scoop’ route through Westdale to Grupetto in Dundas and back along the Hamilton - Brantford Rail Trail here.