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Autism Awareness Ride



Saturday, June 9, 2018
Departure from 440 River Road, St.Amant


8:00 am: Welcome & Registration
10:30 am: Kickstands Up

Duration: 4 hrs (the ride will end at Fort Garry Breweries)

Cost per rider:
$20 for solo riders
$30 for dual riders

Registration fee includes:

  • Breakfast donated by Pita Pit
  • Lunch at Fort Garry Brewing donated by The Keg Steakhouse + Bar
  • Live music
  • Chance to win great prizes
  • Chance to collect pledges for a great cause – autism!

Find out more at autismawarenessriders.ca

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If you are unable to attend but would like to make a donation, click HERE.



Proceeds from the Autism Awareness Motorcycle Ride will support children and adults with Autism by encouraging them to participate in recreation and leisure activities through the St.Amant Leisure Guide. Offering dozens of different classes three times a year, the Leisure Guide is a great place for people with developmental disabilities and autism to learn new skills, meet new friends and gain confidence.

The motorcycle ride is on rain or shine!

Questions about registration or sponsorship opportunities? Call Chantal Champagne (St.Amant Foundation) at 204-258-7050 or email cchampagne@stamant.ca.

Laurent family pic

Laurent & Allison Chapdelaine with their two amazing children, Wyatt and Gabrielle.

“Wyatt’s diagnosis came shortly before his fourth birthday and 2 months before our daughter was born; the diagnosis did not change who he is, it simply gave us the ability to understand what he was going through and how we could best help him. People on the Autism Spectrum have problems (in varying degrees) with social interaction, communication, empathy, and flexible behavior. We’re very grateful for the community supports we’ve received, and that’s why it’s important to us to give back. Autism Awareness is something close to our hearts. Raising awareness and funds is important for families in need. The Autism Awareness Ride has been created to do both of these things and we appreciate your support in making this ride a successful event.”
- Laurent Chapdelaine
Host, Autism Awareness Ride