Ride of Hope

TRAIL TO ARCTIC CIRCLE FOR FIRST RESPONDERS MENTAL HEALTH

 

Clarence and his support team will be riding north from Alberta through the Muskwa-Kechika Wilderness in Northern British Columbia, into the Yukon through Dawson City, Inuvik, Tukoyatuk, to the Arctic Circle and Arctic Ocean.

As he rides, he hopes to help raise awareness around the stigma of occupational stress injuries within the first responder communities. Clarence will sit down one-on-one with other first responders during the documentary filming and talk candidly about their own personal journeys when dealing with their mental health.

The Heroes Project hope is that we will be able to take this documentary short film and submit it to an upcoming Banff Centre Mountain Film Festival World Tour with your support.  So please follow along this incredible journey and we hope you will donate to this amazing cause!

Adventure — that inexplicable and magical thing — is at the heart of what it means to be human. It is worthwhile and good for the soul. And good for mental health. 

8821 km
21 days
1,850 m
WORTH IT
Trans Alps Adventure
The Journey Begins Here

RIDE OF HOPE ROUTE

2022 Can-Am Spyder RT Limited

The Bike

Sponsored by CANAM and Stojan’s Power Sports and Marine Ltd. This is the bike Clarence will be riding from Alberta to the Arctic Circle and back again. A big thank you to CANAM and Stojan’s for their support, sponsorship, and partnership in the fight to help end the stigma around PTSD and occupational stress injuries within our first responders communities.

“If you believe in a dream and have the courage to try, anything is possible.”

Rick Hansen
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KEEP TRACK OF CLARENCE

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Click HERE to check out the Ride of Hope page on Polarsteps, or to download the Polarsteps App so you can follow along with Clarence on his Ride of Hope to the Arctic Circle.

Sometimes you backtrack because you think what you dropped or lost is worth going back to, but then again you cannot keep going backwards, so you get back on the forward track to finish your journey.

Norma Powell
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