Wounded Warriors.ca supported by the Military Police National Motorcycle
Relay Ride

TORONTO, Aug. 25 /CNW/ - Media are invited to cover the Military Police National Motorcycle Relay Ride as it passes through Ontario. The ride began at CFB Comox on Vancouver Island, B.C. August 17th, 2010 and will finish in Saint John's, Newfoundland on September 10th, 2010. Along the route the ride will be visiting ceremonies, fundraisers and barbeques, all focused on raising money for Wounded Warriors.ca and for the Military Police Fund for Blind Children (www.mpfbc.com).

  • Thunder Bay, (26 Aug)
  • Sault Ste Marie (27 Aug)
  • North Bay (28 Aug)
  • Meaford, Oshawa, Trenton (29 Aug)
  • Ottawa (30 Aug)

For the Oshawa to Trenton leg (Highway of Heroes) the ride will be escorted by the Ontario Provincial Police "Golden Helmets" and it will be video recorded to be featured in an upcoming television episode of Canadian Chopper.

Mackie Harley-Davidson in Oshawa (880 Champlain Ave.) is a registration point for riders (August 29, 9 to 10:30 am). Supporters are encouraged to show their support by filling the overpasses to wave Canadian flags. At Canadian Forces Base Trenton, there will be numerous VIPs and presentations, music performance by 8 Wing Pipes and Drums, BBQ fundraiser, raffles, silent auctions and displays.

Numerous corporate sponsors have come on board to assist the ride;

  • CN Rail is transporting all the motorcycles from the East;
  • Bombardier Recreational Products (BRP Can-Am) have donated a 2010 RT Spyder for the ride, painted in the Military Police colours; and
  • Personnel Insurance Company is insuring the Spyder for the ride.

Wounded Warriors.ca is an independent not-for-profit charity that supports Canadian soldiers wounded overseas. It is primarily a fundraising mechanism that supports existing programs that tend to injured soldiers. Wounded Warriors.ca recognizes the priority to treat visible and non-visible injuries, like that of Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder.

SOURCE Wounded Warriors Canada

For further information: For further information:

More information about Wounded Warriors.ca may be found at the website or by calling Wayne Johnston at 1-888-499-9996 or info@woundedwarriors.ca. Information about the ride can be found at www.mpnmrr.ca or by calling Mark Farrer at (613) 920-0502


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