Media Advisory - First Annual, Cycle for Sight, Departs Saturday, June 20th

    TORONTO, June 18 /CNW/ - On Saturday, June 20th, 50 cyclists will embark
on a 140 km journey from Toronto's Downsview Subway Station parking lot to
Collingwood, for the first annual Cycle for Sight, in support of the
Foundation Fighting Blindness.
    The participants, many who are legally blind and riding on tandem bikes,
will travel through King, Schomberg, Alliston and Stayner before their final
stop in Collingwood where they will join Ride for Sight motorcyclists for a
weekend festival, including concerts, Bike Games, Beer Gardens and more.


    Saturday, June 20th at Downsview Subway Station, NW corner parking lot,
Sheppard Ave W and Allen Rd., Toronto at 7:30 a.m. The parade heads west on
Sheppard Ave. West towards Allen Rd.
    Cyclists arrive in Collingwood along Hurontario Street, north of Hume
Street at 3pm.

For further information:

For further information: Tamara Petrou, Foundation Fighting Blindness,
Cell phone: (416) 898-9494, Email:; Marina Pellas, Foundation
Fighting Blindness, Cell phone: (416) 897-8042, Email:

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