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Big Red rolls through Kelowna

Photo: Contributed - Reuben Greenspoon
Heart and Stroke's BIg Bike is currently on Kelowna streets

The Heart and Stroke Big Bike will be rolling around Kelowna city streets this week. The Big Bike, presented by Dairy Farmers of Canada, is an exciting fundraiser ideal for community organizations, companies and groups wishing to support the Heart and Stroke Foundation. Teams made up of 29 enthusiastic riders committed to raise a minimum of $50 each, pedal through their community in support of heart disease and stroke research.

The Heart and Stroke Big Bike is a vital fundraiser with impressive results engaging Canadians across the country. Last year, more than 50,000 riders, in more than 200 communities, helped raise $7.9 million for life-saving research. This is helping Canadians suffering from heart difficulties to live longer, fuller lives.

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WHEN: Wednesday May 22 – Saturday May 25
WHERE:The Big Bike will depart from in front of the Rotary Centre for the Arts in Kelowna at  varying times
WHO: Nineteen teams will be participating in this year’s Big Bike in Kelowna until Saturday.



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