Let’s come together, virtually

Did you miss the Livestream event on June 7? It’s not too late to join in the fun! Watch the complete recording below.

Watch the Live Event Recording

Get inspired by our online community of survivors, participants, donors, volunteers and Heart & Stroke supporters. While the setting may have changed, you can share in the celebratory moments, music, entertainment, and other fun surprises.

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What to expect

Join viewers from coast to coast from the comfort of your home and experience the magic of Ride for Heart, virtually.

Be Entertained

Enjoy a special guest appearance from stroke survivor and frontman of Glass Tiger, Alan Frew. Plus, Canadian singer-songwriter Andrew Allen performs one of his original chart-topping singles.

Be Healthy

Learn healthy eating tips for these challenging times and take note of a specialty recipe from nutritionist and author Rose Reisman.

Get Moving

Get moving and have fun with a special at-home workout brought to you by ParticipAction.

Get Inspired

Hear from our Ride for Heart Participants and supporters as they share their stories of why they fundraise for heart disease and stroke research.

Get the facts

Learn how COVID-19 is impacting heart and brain health. Plus, get the facts you need to take care of yourself and those you love.

Our Host

Benoit Huot

Benoît Huot

20-Time Paralympic Medalist and Order of Canada Member

Benoit Huot (Montreal, QC) Benoit was born with a disability in his right leg known as clubfoot. He started swimming at 8 years old and became, in the last two decades, one of Canada's most decorated Paralympic athletes with 20 medals in five Paralympic Games. Ben regularly cycles with his family and this year marks his first Ride for Heart, while joining us as our emcee for the livestream on June 7.

Special Guests

Andrew Allen

Andrew Allen

Canadian Singer-Songwriter

Alan Frew

Alan Frew

Musician & Glass Tiger Frontman

Rose Reisman

Rose Reisman

Nutritionist & Author

#VirtualRideForHeart

Let's not allow COVID-19 to stop us from making a difference, together. Share why you’re participating in the Virtual Ride for Heart or how you’re staying active, from home. Don’t forget to hashtag #VirtualRideForHeart