Event Details – The Tour de Cure | BC Cancer Foundation



When you register for the Tour de Cure, you are signing up for a fundraising mission and a powerful movement.

The experience will be filled with determined cyclists of all kinds, cheering supporters, and an overwhelming sense of community and companionship.

You can expect an overflow of emotions at the start line, before setting off on a beautiful ride through the gentle rolling terrain of the Fraser Valley. It all culminates with a celebratory finish that honours all of your fundraising and training efforts.

This is your chance to make a difference. There’s a lot riding on us.

Event Details

Date: Saturday, August 27, 2022
Location: Start and Finish at Heritage Park, Chilliwack, BC
Opening Ceremony: 8 a.m.
Event Concludes: 6 p.m.

Distance Options: 50 km, 100 km, 160 km
Minimum Age: 16
Fundraising Commitment: $2,500

Post Event Festivities

Let’s celebrate!

After completing this most meaningful cycling challenge, it’s time to pat yourself on the back. Join your family and friends for some high fives, hot food and refreshing libations. You can expect a family-friendly celebration with licensed BBQ and live entertainment.

Ride Your Way

You also have the option to ride wherever and as far as you want. Instead of riding in the official event, you can create your own challenge and ride where you’re most comfortable. This option has no minimum fundraising commitment but you will have access to the same fundraising tools as any other participant. Raise $2,500 to earn the official Tour de Cure event jersey.

Whether you participate in person or ride on your own, your commitment contributes to BC Cancer Foundation’s mission of raising funds for vital cancer research.

Tour de Cure: Challenge Levels


New to cycling? Try riding 50 KM.
You got this!


Ride 100 km. The classic century ride. A right of passage!


Ride 160 KM in one day. An imperial century (100 miles). A truly massive achievement.

Need more inspiration?


Watch Tour de Cure's official 2021 kickoff video below, with moving stories that remind us why we’re doing what we do!