Save your spot for 2022!
Secure your spot now for the 2022 Manulife Heart & Stroke Ride for Heart. We will contact you when registration is open and send you a discount code for the lowest registration fee you’ll pay all year.
We can’t wait to see you next year!Sign-up
What is Ride for Heart?
A new spin on saving lives!
Join us at a safe distance by riding, walking, or running a heart-shaped route on June 6, 2021, in support of critical heart disease and stroke research. Challenge yourself to complete your route and track your fundraising and fitness progress in our mobile app. Together, we’ll beat heart disease and stroke!
Ride for Heart 2021
Get moving and share your heart!
Keep fundraising and moving towards your goals until August 31!
Ride, walk, or run a heart-shaped route it’s up to you! Whether you go outside or stay in, you’ll get your participant kit in the mail, including your event bib, and a branded souvenir.
NEW Ride for Heart App!
Download our NEW Ride for Heart mobile app to enhance your virtual experience! The app brings Ride to your fingertips: set fundraising and fitness goals (and track them!), earn achievement badges and rewards and create your own virtual heart map for event day.
Check in to see how your fellow participants doing with their fundraising and activity with our brand new leaderboards here. Keep the competition going!
Why we need your support
Did you know that every five minutes, someone in this country dies from heart disease, stroke and vascular cognitive impairment? And that people with these conditions are at higher risk for complications, and death, if they contract COVID-19?
Your support helps us provide the credible medical information they need to stay safe and healthy and funds the research that saves lives across Canada. Let’s do this!Learn More
Let's not let COVID-19 to stop us from beating heart disease and stroke, together. Share your heart shaped route on social media by posting why you’re participating in the virtual Ride for Heart or how you’re staying active, from home. Don’t forget to hashtag #HeartAndStrokeRideAsOne