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Ride Don’t Hide is going virtual for 2020. Because everyone deserves to feel well, now more than ever. In a time of unprecedented uncertainty, stress, anxiety and physical distancing, we all need connection to and support from our communities like never before.

Show everyone that even though we’re apart right now, they’re not alone in dealing with their mental health. Register, ride and raise funds for mental health.

We don’t have to ride shoulder to shoulder to stand up together for mental health. Riders – and spinners, walkers, runners, yogis, kitchen dancers, meditators, and every other mental health champion – can find their community and register online to Ride Outside, Ride Inside, or Ride In Spirit and raise funds to support mental health programs and services.

We can’t be together, but in Ride Don’t Hide, Virtually, no one rides alone.  We may be at home, but together we’re a movement for mental health.

Because now more than ever, we need to show that – even when we’re physically distant – no one should have to struggle alone.

Keep well and stay safe.

Ride Don’t Hide


Please check your local ride page for more detailed information.


Ride Don’t Hide is a nationwide fundraising bike ride that brings mental health into the open. With 10,000 riders and hundreds of volunteers, it’s the largest Canadian event of its kind and raises more than $2 million each year for the Canadian Mental Health Association! 


Get on your bike and join the movement

Ride Don’t Hide is a chance to connect – to your own mental health, to your community and to the nationwide movement to bring mental health into the open. 

When we hide our mental health, we can’t get the support or help we need and deserve. Ride Don’t Hide brings our families, friends, workplaces and local communities together to say that mental health is important and that supporting each other is key. Because we all deserve to feel well. 


Featured Stories

I am Danny and this is why I ride:

I ride to feel the wind on my face and to feel alive. Cycling is my way of taking care of me. On my bike at Ride Don’t Hide, I’m cycling for me but, actually, I feel I’m riding for all of us. We all need to take care of our mental health. That’s why I ride.

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I am Fatima and this is why I ride:

I ride to raise funds for the Canadian Mental Health Association. CMHA was there for me when a member of my family died by suicide. I found a group of people there who understand. They really get it. I am feeling so much stronger now. Ride Don’t Hide funds services that get it. That’s why I ride.  

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