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Kickstands up in Halifax, NS on 1 August 2022

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Are you ready to ride?!

Come join us for some wind/throttle therapy on a stop, a leg, a day, a weekend, or the whole ride, in our efforts to combat PTSD, personal challenges, and to join a supportive network of brothers and sisters. This is the family you never knew you had.

 

 

 

The Rolling Barrage starts on the first Monday in August and crosses Canada on a daily route until it “takes the ridge” during a grand finale in Vancouver, BC. Riders, many of them in for the “full pull”, conduct a 20 day epic motorcycle journey from the Atlantic to the Pacific oceans, with daily events scheduled in towns all the way across Canada.  Registered riders and those who support us, may join in at any point along the route, to show nationwide strength and unity that our military, first responders, and safety community deserve.

The Military Biker joined us for 36 hours and documented it in this video.  Watch to see what 36 hours with us has to offer and how our ride is a magical journey that can change your life.

What separates TRB from a typical charity ride?

TRB is a pilgrimage, it’s a 20 day excursion through everything that Canada has to offer its visitors.  The smells, the sights, the tastes, the sounds, the touch, All your senses are engaged.  It’s time to think, long and hard, about everything and anything you’ve been needing to think about.  It’s connection to people who understand that life throws potholes into your  journey and it can cause you to lose your balance and crash.  TRB isn’t just a motorcycle group ride, it’s life changing moments that brings human vulnerability to the forefront of our minds.  This is the family you didn’t know existed.

I could not recommended enough to someone to take part in TRB. If you come out for a day you will be out for a great ride. If you come out for a couple of days you will be out for an experience. But if you have the guts and determination to be part of the Full Pull crew you will be a part of the most epic journey.

Seeing our great country is only a part of it but finding a family that you can know, love and trust, who will not judge but listen and who will not turn their back on you when times get tough is priceless. PTSD may be permanent but it does not need to be life ending. Life is worth living and life for me is more enjoyable on 2 wheels. I hope to see you this year on TRB 2022.

Stephen Vessey

TRB 2021 Full Pull Alumni

About Us

The Rolling Barrage PTSD Foundation relies on the coast to coast yearly motorcycle ride to carry out it’s mission and purpose.

 

Disclaimer

The Rolling Barrage is an independent, yet inclusive, organization and event.  All are welcome to attend and support us as private citizens or companies.  Apart from the recipients, providers, and donors that we have vetted on our public lists, we: 

  • Claim no territory;
  • Are not part of CAF, Veterans Affairs, Emergency Service, or any local / provincial / federal government entity; 
  • Do not actively support political entities or activities; and 
  • Hold no allegiance to any specific club or organization.

We welcome all registered riders and supporters to wear the military, veteran, first responder, safety community, or motorcycle vest and paraphernalia that they are proud of, during the TRB rides and events – so long as they don’t represent any criminal entity / behaviour, undermine or bring discredit to our organization and its efforts. 

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1 week ago

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LOOKING TO GET YOUR RIDE HOME AFTER TRB 2022?We were contacted by Eagle Delivery and Trucking, who has offered to take TRB Participants’ bikes, from BC back to NS and points in-between, after the TRB 2022 Finale. There is a discount available (just show your TRB 2022 registration).From their contact to us: “Eagle Delivery and Trucking Ltd specializes in motorcycle transport with door-to-door service anywhere in Canada. We can transport up to 8 Large bikes at a time using our 35-foot enclosed trailer. No need to put your bike in a crate, our trailer has a fold down ramp door to make loading and unloading quick and easy. Bikes go into a heavy-duty wheel chock and are strapped down with 5 straps. We also allow up to two (2) boxes/totes to be transported with your bike at no additional cost.”For details, contact Justin Borley (Justin@eaglemoving.ca or 1-403-874-9648). ... See MoreSee Less
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1 month ago

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Get Your Bike to the Start with Big Freight Systems & TRBBig Freight Systems has donated a tractor/trailer rig so ten (10) TRB participants can ship their ride to the start without the need to ride across the country twice. The Military/1st Responder themed rig will start picking up bikes in Vancouver and Kelowna BC on 14 Jul and transit east to deliver them in Halifax NS 25 Jul. You'll be responsible to arrange for your bike to be crated and uncrated. Spots will be reserved by making a donation to The Rolling Barrage PTSD Foundation. The following are the tentative pick-up cities and donations to reserve:$850 - Vancouver and Kelowna$800 - Calgary Red Deer, or Edmonton (to be determined by demand)$750 - Saskatoon or Regina (to be determined by demand)$700 - Winnipeg, Thunder Bay, and Sault Ste MarieContact us at therollingbarrage@gmail.com to receive details on shipping requirements, reserving your spot, and make your donation. All donations and reservations must be received by 2359 ADT on 26 Jun 2022.#therollingbarrage #trucking #transportation #bigfreight ... See MoreSee Less
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1 month ago

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The Military Biker is doing a live stream Fri night 20 May (6pm Mountain time, 8pm Eastern). He's the one who who made the awesome vids for our leg from Jasper to Okotoks. I'll be a guest on tomorrow night's stream to promote TRB. Here's his channel if you want to tune in.www.youtube.com/c/themilitarybiker ... See MoreSee Less
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1 month ago

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On 16 May 2022, The Canadian Guys invited TRB to be on their live stream.It was great to meet them and we really appreciated the chance to expand our reach to their viewer. Thanks very much to Rob, Kevin, and Dave for the opportunity and the hospitality.Video of it is on www.youtube.com/watch?v=W6-e9eOegxs ... See MoreSee Less
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