Tour de Rock 2024: Team Roxanne Egan-Elliott - Canadian Cancer Society

Tour de Rock 2024

Team Roxanne Egan-Elliott

I grew up in a biking family. Not the Lycra-clad speed-demon kind, but the kind where bikes were our ­transportation, our fun and most of the decorations in our house.

My dad worked in managing cycling infrastructure, my mom was part of a Women on Wheels group and on ­weekends, we’d bike around our Toronto neighbourhood taking turns deciding which direction to ride.

Bikes gave me a sense of freedom and adventure as a kid. They still do.

So, a team that turns bikes into a symbol of hope for children facing cancer, and their families, is a ­natural draw for me. That’s what the Cops for Cancer Tour de Rock has done for Island families since the first ride in 1997.

A partnership between first ­responders and the Canadian Cancer Society, the annual two-week ride from one end of the Island to the other by first responders has raised more than $29 million for pediatric cancer research since that first year.

Money donated also helps send ­children to Camp Goodtimes, where kids and their families going through the hardest time of their lives can enjoy all the fun of a summer camp with ­medical care available on site.

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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

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