Step 1: Click on Find a Rider or Find a Team
Step 2: Enter the person’s first name and last name or team name
Step 3: Click search
Step 4: Click on the person or team name and you'll go to their fundraising page
Step 5: Click on “Donate Now”
Thank you for helping us to create more survivors!
Step 1: Search for your team name or captain’s name
Step 2: Click on the name and you’ll go the team page
Step 3: Click on “Join Team”
Then follow the registration prompts and you’ll be registered to ride the Big Bike!
Step 1: Select your province
Step 2: Choose your city
Step 3: Pick a ride location
Step 4: Click “Go”
Then just follow the prompts to register your team.
If you need help, please contact your local Heart and Stroke Foundation office. We’re here for you!
Ride Big. Live Big.
When you support Heart&Stroke Big Bike, you’re making a difference in your own community — and communities across Canada.
It’s clear that you want to help. We need people like you! When you donate or raise funds for Heart&Stroke Big Bike, you help ensure that critical research in hospitals and universities across Canada can continue. And you’re helping us work towards our shared vision: Healthy lives free of heart disease and stroke.
We invested over $31 million in life-saving heart disease and stroke research in 2015, supporting more than 1,000 researchers across Canada.
We placed more than 8,000 life-saving automated external defibrillators (AEDs) in communities across Canada to increase someone’s chance of surviving cardiac arrest.
Last year, your support has saved lives and helped improve the health of families in communities across Canada.
Dr. Hegele believes the drug treatments of tomorrow will come from a genetic understanding of the pathways that contribute to heart disease and stroke.
What if a damaged heart can heal itself? We’re close. And Dr. Paul Fedak’s research is helping to make that possible.
Safer, faster and better treatment — that’s what Foundation-researcher Dr. Ed Pryzdial is investigating with a new clot-busting drug.
Dr. Karin Humphries is studying why women lag behind men in recovering after a heart attack and how we can close that gender gap.
Dr. Andrew Krahn is working to save lives by uncovering the DNA sequences behind LQTS, a rare condition that puts healthy people at risk of sudden death.
By supporting Big Bike, you help:
And you’ll help us: