Thank You For Going the Distance
Northern Pass: 2020 Edition

MAY 29 – AUGUST 29, 2020

Thank you for going the distance!


We all entered the Northern Pass 2020 edition without really knowing what it would hold and set our sights on a humble but hopeful $160K goal. However, the outpour of support from our community and your commitment to our mission allowed us to soar past that original finish line and set our sights on a collective $200K!

Virtual challenges aside, you continued to go the distance and we cannot thank you enough. We look forward to riding with each and every one of you again next year, in real life, back in beautiful Muskoka! ​

 

The challenges are
all complete.

We hit our goals.
We set our pace.

 

In lieu of our traditional scenic ride around lake Muskoka we created five unique challenges to help you hit your fundraising (and fitness) goals. You completed all five, brought your summer mileage to an all-time high and won a lot of great prizes along the way.

Congrats to our grand prize winners:

 
Christian Wong

grand prize  
Stephen Baird

grand prize2
Scott MacIntosh

grand prize2

 

Challenge 1

May 29th

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Challenge 2

June 13th

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Challenge 3

June 27th

Challenge 4

July 13th

Challenge 5

July 29th

 


 

"I've learned to
ignore the noise and
write my own story"

- Lara Brown,
Northern Pass participant, cancer survivor, mother, ironman.



 
 



Our collective goal was $160K but we’re climbing towards a $200K milestone!
 
OUR GOAL $ CAD
$ CAD Raised!
As of
#NorthernPass2020

 

Your final 2020 Northern Pass Leaderboard

We Will Not Lose Momentum

In just four years, Northern Pass has raised over $1 Million in support of ground-breaking research, treatment advances, and world-class education at the Princess Margaret Cancer Centre. Our route and our ride(s) may look a little different this year, but your participation remains vital

Keep fundraising. Keep sharing stories. And above all else, stay safe



Remembering Michael Ham
1958-2020

“We are here to contribute and make a difference.
We are all here connected by an illness or the desire to do
something, raise some money and make a contribution. I feel
really lucky to have such an incredible support group to come
out and give us so much energy and passion.”

— Mike Ham, Northern Pass Rider,
beloved husband, father, brother, uncle and friend.

Sadly, Mike passed away earlier this year but his words and his unyielding passion will live in our hearts forever. We thank Mike and his family for their continued support and unwavering commitment to Conquer Cancer In Our Lifetime.


 





















Questions?

 



 


 

CONTACT TYLER

Please send a note to Tyler
 northernpass@thepmcf.ca