Cycle Camelot

Whether you are an avid road cyclist, a casual one, or just interested in supporting a worthy cause, join us August 1st to 22nd, 2020 and help fundraise for the Georgian Bay Cancer Support Centre.

Cycle Camelot is typically a one-day cycling event, but this year we are doing things a little differently. We are riding over 22 days, challenging ourselves to go further and fundraise for local cancer support services.

[efb_likebox fanpage_url="cyclecamelot" box_width="350" box_height="" locale="en_US" responsive="0" show_faces="1" show_stream="1" hide_cover="0" small_header="0" hide_cta="0" animate_effect="fadeIn" ]

This year is the 9th annual Cycle Camelot. As the Georgian Bay Cancer Support Centre’s primary fundraising event, the ride has grown to be valued, popular, and highly anticipated among cyclists in Southern Ontario. Over $300 000 have been fundraised to date.

Taking place in the Heart of Georgian Bay, our suggested routes are some of the best and most scenic in the province. With 22 days to ride, you can ride your own routes as well. Enjoy leisurely bike rides in your neighbourhood or challenge yourself to ride further than you ever imagined. How much and how far you ride is up to you. All ages and all fitness levels are welcome! 

Sign up for Cycle Camelot today and get your personalized fundraising campaign started and cycle for local cancer support.


Need help with your fundraising campaign? Here are some tips to help you or you team out!

  • Set a challenging but attainable goal
  • Ask…the ask again
  • Share your story
  • Host a fundraising event
  • Work as a team

Visit for more information about the big ride.


The Mission of the Georgian Bay Cancer Support Centre is to provide emotional, physical, social, spiritual support, education and information as  complement to the medical system for people affected by cancer.


 The Georgian Bay Cancer Support Centre strives to be recognized as a source of support, education and motivation for people living with cancer. their families and caregivers. Our vision is to be recognized throughout North Simcoe and the surrounding communities as a place of hope, comfort, strength and courage