Event Information

The Pedal for Hope team is cycling into their 20th tour for Cops for Cancer! The team is excited to unite with our schools, community partners, sponsors and donors as they get back on their bikes this year! Schools and businesses that would like to be a part of our 20th Tour are encouraged to reach out to us today!

Nothing big gets solved by one person or one organization. To take on cancer, it takes every one of us. It takes a society.

In addition to supporting pediatric cancer research, the Pedal for Hope tour is also raising funds to support the Pediatric Family Counselling Service. This program provides much needed support to families and children coping with a cancer diagnosis, as well as young adults who have surpassed their diagnosis as they transition into adulthood.

Schools and community members in the Peterborough, Durham, and surrounding areas are invited to unite with the Pedal for Hope team for the 2024 tour. Signing up to participate brings you one step closer to helping the dedicated Pedal for Hope team raise vital funds. There are many ways to support Pedal for Hope, such as holding school fundraisers, head shave events, cutting off ponytails, or dying hair to raise awareness about pediatric cancer. The money raised by this tour is vital to support children living with cancer in your local communities.

The tour will take place in the Durham Region from May 6 to May 10, 2024, with a goal to raise $150,000.

Together, we can make life better today and transform the future of cancer forever.

See the leaderboard below for a current list of School Fundraisers.

Event details

May 6-10, 2024



PFH School Pledge Form



Allison Taylor-Misener







Why we Ride?

With your support, we’re helping people live longer and enhancing their quality of life.


We are the largest national charitable funder of childhood cancer research.


We provide a support system that helps children with cancer and their families live their lives as fully as possible.


We advocate for better support for parents and legal guardians who care for children with cancer and help shape health policies that will save lives.