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Truly "Friends For Life"

A couple shout-outs to some special Friends For Life:
  • A Crew member saved the day for a Rider at Allan Gardens by stopping a potential bike theft just before our departure.
  • A 1-Day Rider offered his bike for the rest of the week to a 6-Day Rider after his bike suffered debilitating mechanical problems.

Thanks Friends For Life!

Day 2: Check - Now Bring on Dress in Red Day!
Welcome to Day 2 camp heroes! You're all amazing. Today was a long ride and you deserve to relax - after you set up your tent that is! It was great to be greeted in Cobourg by Deputy Mayor John Henderson and to received from of Prince Edward County's finest bottled water in Picton by Mayor Robert Quaiff and members of council. 

Hopefully many of you did not get wet. Good news - it was just a short shower!
 
Tips for Tomorrow
  • It's Dress in Red Day tomorrow and we know you will look fabulous as we ride into Kingston. Pull out the dresses, boas and glitter and let's paint the route to Kingston red!
  • Tomorrow is our shortest day - only 51km - and it marks the halfway point of the Bike Rally.
  • Enjoy the beautiful scenery along the water.
  • Before enjoying an amazing buffet lunch at Queen's University, make sure you check-in to your room - instead of a tent we'll be sleeping on a comfy bed!
  • Wellness will provide chiropractic and massage treatments from 10:00 a.m. to 1:00 p.m.
  • When you check-in, you will receive your room key, but your room won't be available until after 1:00 p.m. - so go enjoy lunch first.
  • After 1:00 p.m. take your bike to your room and keep it there for the night. It will be safe there!
  • Your bins will be unloaded and ready for you the Leggett Hall Quad. Pull out only what you need for your time in Kingston and your Day 4 clothing. Your bins can stay where they are. NOTE: To access your bins from 7 p.m. on you will be required to show your Bike Rally ID to security.
  • A reminder - if you wish to speak at the Candlelight Ceremony at Day 4 camp, please see Todd Davies, Ted Robinson or Mike Twamley.
#F4LBR Social Media Challenge
Your 5 photo targets for Day 3:
  1. You and other Friends For Life in your red outfits
  2. Near the water at Finkle Shore Park
  3. A group shot at a Queen's University sign
  4. Tag a sponsor on Instagram: @starbuckscanada, @scotiabank, @bikeballs or @cycle_solutions.
  5. An "action" shot of one of our CMCC Friends 
Remember the photos only count if they're posted on social media with the hashtag #F4LBR
Day 3 Morning schedule (U.E.L. Heritage Centre/Park, Adolphustown)
  • Breakfast: 6:00 to 7:00 a.m.
  • Bins on trucks no later than: 8:00 a.m.
  • Announcements: 8:00 a.m.
  • Dress in Red Team photos: throughout the morning
  • Departure: 8:30 a.m.
Day 3 Afternoon schedule (Queen's University, Kingston)
  • Queen's check-in: 11:00 a.m.
  • Buffet lunch (Leonard Hall): 11:30 a.m. - 1:30 p.m.
  • Wellness Treatments available: 10:00 a.m. - 1:00 p.m.
  • Rooms available and bins available for pick up (Leggett Hall): 1:00 p.m. (bring your bike to your room)
  • The afternoon and evening is your free time. Do some laundry either at the University or at the local "fluff and fold" in downtown Kingston, do some sightseeing, having a relaxing dinner with your team or with other Friends For Life.
Weather Forecast
Morning in Adolphustown: Sunny, 19C
Lunch in Kingston: Partly cloudy, 25C
Evening in Kingston: Partly cloudy, 25C
Yesterday, a dedicated group of Riders and Crew embarked on either a 6-day 600 km journey from Toronto to Montréal or a 1-day 110 km journey from Toronto to Port Hope, both in support of people living with HIV/AIDS. PWA's Friends For Life Bike Rally is the sustaining fundraiser of the Toronto People With AIDS Foundation. The experience of the Bike Rally promises to have a profound impact on the lives of every participant.

PWA PWA's Friends For Life Bike Rally
Toronto People With AIDS Foundation
200 Gerrard St. E, 2nd floor
Toronto ON  M5A 2E6
416-506-1400 ext. 238
Iwant2ride@bikerally.org
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