Community Living Wallaceburg’s

3Rivers Roll

When: Summer 2018


What is 3Rivers Roll?

3Rivers Roll is an hour long (13 km) bicycle route through Wallaceburg with a slow, relaxed pace. It’s not a race, it’s a slow roll through various neighborhoods of the ‘burg. All bicycles, all ages, all abilities are welcome – bring your own music, decorate your bike and join in the fun!

Stay tuned for details on the next 3Rivers Roll!

Donations are being collected towards a Wheelchair Bicycle!

If you are interested  in sponsoring the event or contributing towards the purchase of a wheelchair bicycle, so that individuals with an intellectual or physical disability can participate in future rides, you can leave a donation at the Community Living Wallaceburg tent the night of the event or by clicking the link below. Please specify your donation is for 3 Rivers Roll in the comments.

Want a 3Rivers Roll t-shirt?

The popular 3Rivers Roll t-shirts will be on sale for just $20.00 at our Aug 16th event. T-shirts come in green or blue colours.

Order forms can be downloaded here and emailed to alisha@getintocommunityliving.com.

For more information, email events@clwallaceburg.com or contact:
Lisa Caron – 519-627-0777 ext 2504
Communications & Fund Development Specialist

Alisha Allaer – 519-627-0777 ext 2101
Communications & Fund Development Associate

3Rivers Roll – July 19, 2017

Over 200 people participated in Community Living Wallaceburg’s inaugural 3Rivers Roll bike party on July 19, 2017. The event was free to the community, and everyone was encouraged to attend – all ages, all abilities all bikes were welcome. It wasn’t a race, but a slow roll through various neighbourhoods , starting at the Wallaceburg Public Library and taking a little over an hour to complete. Chatham-Kent Police was also on hand to help escort the cyclists and motorists along the route.

3Rivers Roll – August 16, 2017

Over 200 people participated in Community Living Wallaceburg’s 2nd 3Rivers Roll bike party on August 16, 2017. The event was free to the community, and everyone was encouraged to attend – all ages, all abilities all bikes were welcome. It wasn’t a race, but a slow roll through various neighbourhoods , starting at the Crabby Joe’s Parking Lot and taking a little over an hour to complete. Chatham-Kent Police was also on hand to help escort the cyclists and motorists along the route.

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