What is the Torch Ride for Special Olympics?
The Torch Ride for Special Olympics is a celebration of the motorcycle industry, motorcycle enthusiasts and Law Enforcement Motorcycle Divisions and their support of Special Olympics Ontario. It is a one day event held in numerous communities across the Province in which Law Enforcement Officers make special dispensation and escorts a safe and controlled motorcycle ride or supports a “Poker Ride” through their respective communities.
Whatever form the celebration takes, the message is the same:
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How does the Torch Ride Raise Money?
Riders pay a registration fee to join the Torch Ride or fundraise in lieu of paying the fee. The Torch Ride solicits corporate sponsors and engages community partners to contribute financially to this great fundraising event for a cause!
Where does the money go?
100% of the funds will directly benefit the Law Enforcement Torch Run for Special Olympics.
2013: 3 Rides, $35,000 Raised • 2014: 14 Rides, $113,550 Raised
2015: 12 Rides, $110,000 Raised • 2016: 8 Rides, $90,250 Raised • 2017: 7 Rides, $76,000 Raised
Torch Ride has raised $426,000 since 2013 for Special Olympics!
Cody Jansma - Manager, Law Enforcement Torch Run
- 65 Overlea Blvd, Suite 200