Chart your own course for 2020 YANA Ride

Registration for annual fundraiser ongoing

One great thing about the reimagined YANA Ride for 2020, is participants aren’t restricted to a pre-determined course. You can pick your distance, pick your terrain, and even pick your country. YANA has already received registrations from as far away as England. Photo supplied

Excitement over this year’s Comox Bike Co. YANA Ride continues to build.

For the 2020 event riders can choose to ride anywhere they like, for any distance they like. In addition to the stalwart YANA supporters from the Comox Valley, riders this year have registered from as far afield as Calgary, Ottawa and England and will be riding on terrain ranging from roads to trails and tracks. The reimagined ride allows support for YANA by anyone from anywhere!

YANA (You Are Not Alone) is a community organization offering help to Comox Valley families who need to travel for medical services for their children. The Comox Bike Co. YANA ride is a major annual fundraiser for the Comox Valley organization.

The 2020 ride will take place Aug. 1-15.

For more information or to register visit

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