Proud supporters of the CN Cycle for CHEO

May 03 2015, Myers Volkswagen

Proud supporters of the CN Cycle for CHEO

Myers Volkswagen is a proud supporter of the CN Cycle for CHEO. This fun non-competitive event held on May 3rd, 2015 offers a wide range of cycling (15K, 35K, 70K) and walking (2K, 5K) routes for people of all ages and abilities.

During the event, the urban cycling routes will be closed to vehicle traffic to give an excellent opportunity for a scenic route through Ottawa. This is a great activity that includes a great tour of the scenic Sir John A. Macdonald and Aviation Parkways as well as the UNESCO World Heritage Site Rideau Canal with its renowned NCC tulip beds.

This year's event held on May 3rd with a starting point at the Canadian War Museum succeeded raising over $940,000.00! Almost an entire $200,000.00 above the initial goal.
Next years event is being held on May 1st, 2016. Learn how to participate in this Ottawa region event at www.cncycle.ca.

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