Ambriss Clermont Memorial Ride Recap

November 22, 2019

Ambriss Clermont Memorial Ride Recap

On September 8th of this year, 53 riders got together to both support Victoria Hospice and to remember one of our own. This was the 8th Annual Ambriss Clermont Memorial Ride for Hospice. At times was a bit windy and a bit chilly but all were in good spirits. It was one of those days where it didn’t matter what jersey we were wearing - we were all one, strong community

Handing over a BIG cheque to Victoria Hospice!

Special thanks to members of Triple Shot Cycling for volunteering their time as ride guides and big thanks to. Lorna Shaw who again donated her time and photography talents. Check out all the pictures here.

We left our donation page open a bit longer this year and yesterday we handed over a BIG cheque to hospice - $18, 876! The brings our 8 year total to over $132,000 for a cause that is near and dear to our hearts.

Thank you everyone!

Victoriahopsice.org





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