On Sunday June 4th 2023 – Renos for Heroes conducted their annual Ride for Heroes. The Canadian Veterans (CVMC)  hosted the annual Ride for Heroes supporting Renos For Heroes. Renos for Heroes (RFH) is a charity founded by Jim Caruk, Master Contractor and HGTV Host, which dedicates renovation and building services to the families of the men and women who have sustained injuries while serving our country.

Other motorcycle clubs took part in the ride as well.

  • Sikh Motorcycle Club
  • North Wall Riders Association Canada
  • Sovereign Six Nations
  • Commandos MC

The ride also had members from The Rolling Barrage in attendance, from left to right is Terry Collins, Dean Turner, Christian Carter and John Quint.

The morning started off at 08:00 am at the Carpenters Union facilities at 222 Rowntree Dairy Road in Vaughan Ontario. Riding participants began registering if required and then having breakfast provided by Michael Humphries of the Carpenters Union. Great pea-meal bacon sandwiches by the way! Arrowhead Coffee provided coffee to everyone in attendance.

After a safety briefing and general announcements shortly before 10:00 am it was announced that the ride so far had collected over $14,000.00 between registrations and donations.

The ride then departed at 10:00 am to ride to the Peacekeepers Park in Angus Ontario. The weather was clear and not too hot. Was around 17C when riders departed Vaughan.

On arrival at Peacekeepers Park in Angus Ontario the riders walked among the various static displays within the park. After an hour at the Peacekeepers Park the ride then proceeded to the Angus Legion – Branch 499 for a BBQ Lunch.

The food was great, with burgers, hotdogs, different salads and all the fixings.

Congratulations to Renos for Heroes and all involved in raising over $14k to help with renovation and building services to veteran families for men and women who have sustained injuries while serving Canada.

The Rolling Barrage representatives return to the Peacekeeper Park in Angus ON again on June 24th for the 4th Annual Get Together which is sponsored by the Royal Canadian Legion, District E, Veteran Initiatives. Come join us if you are in the area or have the time. It is from 1:00 pm to 4:00 pm.

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