The Georgian Bay Club Foundation and the Members of the Georgian Bay Club are proud to have supported GBC Member Sid Dickinson, as he rode "Coast to Coast" across Canada last summer, all in support of The GBC Foundation and our local community. 

Sid's "Coast to Coast" Ride, or "C2C", has raised funds via The GBC Foundation through pledges of support from GBC members, our local community, cycling communities, and the multitude of friends and associates that Sid has garnered over the years, both through business and his unbridled support for his community in so many different areas. GBC Members have also reached out to their friends in support of this amazing journey of a lifetime for Sid, and even more importantly in support of our community. All the funds raised from Sid's "C2C" Ride Across Canada have gone into our community in support of our local hospitals in Collingwood and Meaford.

Sid is well known far beyond our local community for his cycling accomplishments through the years. Sid has participated in cycling fundraising efforts too numerous to mention, and is a driving force for introducing people to the sport of cycling for fitness, camaraderie, and charitable endeavours.

Sid's 2014 journey began on the shores of Vancouver on Wednesday June 4th and his trek culminated in St John's in mid August.

To learn about Sid's C2C Ride Across Canada, go to his Blog by Clicking Here.

To still make a donation to Sid's C2C Ride in Support of our local Hospitals, please Click Here.

We followed Sid and his supporters through social media as they cycled "C2C" through such places as Kamloops, Lake Louise, Banff, Calgary, Regina, Selkirk, Thunder Bay, Sault Ste. Marie, MEAFORD, COLLINGWOOD, Toronto, Ottawa, Montreal, Quebec City, Fredericton, Charlottetown, North Sydney, and finally St John's. Sid travelled over 7500 kms on his journey of a lifetime.
Please join us in congratulating Sid and his team for completing his dream of riding across our great country, and for going "C2C" across Canada in support of our local community.....and in support of all of us. Thank you Sid!