2020 Ride For Clean Energy a success! $22,834.28 Raised.

Due to the ongoing COVID-19 global health situation, the Ride For Clean Energy had to modify it’s format for 2020. Traditionally the RFCE has taken place on a single route as a big group of riders, however this year we decided to do things remotely. Each registered rider rode their own route of their choosing in their local location. In…

2020 Ride updates and new prizes

As we get closer to the 2020 Ride For Clean Energy happening on Saturday August 8th, I just wanted to update everyone on some exciting new details. Aside from the brand new Trek FX3 that will be given away to one rider, courtesy of Maple Ridge Trek, we have gift cards from Trek Maple Ridge and Kintec Footware Maple Ridge…

Dealing with COVID-19: 2020 Ride For Clean Energy is still on!

I hope this post finds you all well. I want to preface this by announcing that The 2020 Ride For Clean Energy will be taking place on Saturday August 8th. However, as I’m sure you might have anticipated, The Ride For Clean Energy will be changing it’s format this year due to the COVID-19 pandemic in an effort to adhere…

COVID-19 Response

Hello all, I hope this latest post finds everyone reading this healthy during these times.The organizers at the ride just wanted to make a formal statement that we are taking the current COVID-19 pandemic very seriously and it will definitely factor into whether or not the ride will take place this year. We are closely monitoring the recommendations of our…

Registration is now open

Registration for the 2020 Ride For Clean Energy is now open. Registration is $50, and as usual, it buys you a spot in The Ride, a custom RFCE jersey for first time riders, or a custom RFCE cycling cap for returning riders, and spots for you and your friends/family at the after party. If you register before June 1st, you…

2019 Grants Awarded

Building on the Foundation’s growth from last year, three grants have once again been awarded to deserving clean energy research projects being undertaken by accomplished graduate students across Canada. This year saw a large number of applications from a diverse range of projects and post-secondary institutions, with almost every province being represented. The Foundation’s grant advisors, with help from the…

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New Website

To all the past riders and all those curious in participating in future rides, welcome to the new website! We hope this great new website will help function as a tool to make registration, donating, and getting all the info easier for you. If you have any questions or comments, please feel free to leave a comment or email rideforcleanenergy@gmail.com

2019 Ride For Clean Energy Recap

The seventh annual Ride for Clean Energy took place on August 10th, following the same route adopted in 2017. This year’s ride featured 51 riders, including three teams, as a part of the newly introduced ‘Team Challenge’. Just like in 2018, in addition to the participants riding on the iconic course through Maple Ridge, Pitt Meadows, Langley and Fort Langley, the Ride…

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2019 Tyler Lewis Clean Energy Grant Application Open

The 2019 Tyler Lewis Clean Energy Research Grant application is now available for download and submission. If you are a prospective grant recipient or interested in learning more about application procedures, eligibility and/or selection criteria, please visit the GRANTS > HOW TO APPLY page. Last year proved to be an impressive year for applications, both in quality and quantity. Applications were received…

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2018 Ride for Clean Energy Recap

The sixth annual Ride for Clean Energy took place on August 11th, once again setting a new record for most amount of riders! Using the same route adopted in 2017, the 53 riders started and ended their rides at the home of the Foundation’s directors Lynn and Graham in Maple Ridge. In addition to these riders, the Ride for Clean…

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2017 Ride for Clean Energy Recap

The fifth annual Ride for Clean Energy was underway on August 12th, boasting a record number of riders! The 51 riders comprising this year’s ride embarked on the event’s new route and format. Straying from the original route used for the 2013-2016 Rides for Clean Energy, the 2017 ride started and ended in home of Foundation’s directors Lynn and Graham…

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