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Cycle Route

Follow James Christie's cycling progress

The Plan

The plan is for James Christie to cycle approximately 66 kilometers a day for 30 days, for a total of 2,000 kilometers.  This format is designed in a manner that James will have a rigid schedule of where he will be on a daily basis.  The purpose for this format will permit scheduling times for interviews, speaking engagements, and media appearances.  To be clear, Cycle for Lyme is not about the distance traveled, it is about speaking up, and getting the word out to the public about Lyme Disease.  If you are interested in having James come and speak to your group, please email your request by click here.

Route Map

On the morning of Saturday, May 21, 2011, starting at our provincial capital at Queen's Park in Toronto, James will cycle southwest to the Ontario "hotspot" for Lyme Disease, Point Pelee National Park, located about 40 kilometers South East of Windsor, Ontario.

From Point Pelee, James will cycle north to Owen Sound, working his way around Georgian Bay to Sudbury.

From Sudbury, James will travel east through North Bay, Petawawa, and Armprior, until he reaches the Nations Capital, Ottawa, Ontario.

From Ottawa, James will bicycle south to the St. Lawrence river where he will travel west going through Brockville, Kingston, and Belleville, return to Queen's Park in downtown Toronto on Sunday, June 19th. 

To find out more,

          - view the Let's Target Lyme brochure, Click Here.

          - view the Let's Target Lyme (FRENCH) brochure, Click Here.

- from the Chief Medical Officer of Health, Click Here.

- from the Ministry of Health and Long-Term Care, Click Here.

To Learn more about Cycle for Lyme Founder, James Christie's, 21-year battle with Lyme Disease, please visit, www.livingthelymelife.com

   
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