Register as a group or an individual for the 2018 Simon’s Cycles YANA Ride. Photo by Boomer Jerritt, Strathcona Photography

Comox Valley gearing up for YANA Ride

The Simon’s Cycles YANA ride returns to the Comox Valley on Sunday, Aug. 19.

This a fun, challenging and unique bicycle ride through the beautiful Comox Valley, offering routes for every level of cyclist, including a six-, 25-, 50-, or 100-kilometre ride.

All participants will receive a congratulatory medal, discounts at Simon’s Cycles and enjoy a post-ride lunch catered by Tria Culinary with a DJ-enhanced celebration in the park, thanks to AudioXcellence, and live music by The Jilli Martini Trio.

All proceeds from this event will benefit You Are Not Alone (YANA).

For more information or to register visit yanacomoxvalley.com

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