Bike for Bibles (B4B) is a series of annual events that bring cycling enthusiasts of all ages and walks of life together.
This year’s Rocky Mountain Virtual Challenge initiative supports Operation Bible, a CBS program that partners with Military Chaplains across Canada to support the mental and spiritual health of our brave men and women in uniform serving in the Canadian Armed Forces.
Thank you for your support and partnership.
About this Virtual Challenge (Ride/Run/Walk)
Fundraising Goal: $500 (get a Bike for Bibles X-Jersey for FREE when you raise $1,000+)
Distance: Set your own goal distance; do 25%, 50% of the in-person Rocky Mountain Ride distance or match the distance.
Anyone can get involved! You can participate from the comfort of your own home – using a stationary bike or treadmill – OR you can ride, run or walk (in your neighbourhood or on open trails, while being mindful of safety guidelines). And your contribution will make the difference in the lives of the brave men and women who serve in the Canadian Armed Forces!
Ways to Get Involved
Ride, run or walk
- Pick an activity: decide whether you want to ride, run or walk for this challenge
- Decide on a distance: set a goal: you may want to match the Rocky Mountain Ride distance or complete 25% or 50% of the distance (total distance = 457 km)
- Register: register for the event and set up your very own Rocky Mountain Virtual Challenge page. (Register here)
- Tell friends and family: encourage friends and family to participate by emailing them through your Rocky Mountain Virtual Challenge dashboard or sharing on Facebook and Twitter
- Get sponsors: ask people to support you in this challenge by making a donation – you can easily email them through your Rocky Mountain Virtual Challenge dashboard
- Track your distance: use a pedometer, cycling or fitness app to track your distance
- Share updates: tell people how you’re doing or share pictures through your B4B page and/or on the Rocky Mountain Virtual Challenge Facebook page
Make a donation
- If you’re unable to participate, but still want to get involved, consider making a donation.
- After you’ve made a donation, tell your friends and family by sharing on Facebook and Twitter!