Allied Memorial Remembrance Ride 2017

One Ride, Seven Nations: United in remembrance of our fallen heroes.

CVFR Ottawa ride

One ride, worldwide, united in remembrance of our fallen heroes from the allied forces, past and present, who have paid the ultimate sacrifice.
Pre-registration is required. Register by sending an e-transfer to You will be sent a waiver which MUST be signed & brought with you to the ride. $25/driver, $20/passenger. Registration includes a BBQ lunch at the Smiths Falls Legion
Proceeds to the Heroes Equine Learning Program, a therapeutic retreat for military & first responders with PTSD, in Kars ON.
Day of ride
Assemble at Tim Hortons Manotick location, starting at 7.30am.
Depart at 9.30. Final details of the route will added, but there will tentatively be stops in Iroquois & Prescott.
Arrive Victoria Park Smiths Falls 12.00 noon
Memorial ceremony at the Harvard Trainer Aircraft following arrival.
Adjourn to Smiths Falls Legion for lunch 1.00pm
More details will be posted shortly. Inquiries should be addressed to AMRR Administrator
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Click on the picture to the taken to Desjardin Financial sponsor of the AMRR BBQ for 2016 email John

CVFR Calgary ride 2017

The Allied Memorial Remembrance Ride - Along with rides taking place in other nations, its riders united in remembrance of our fallen heroes from the allied forces, past and present, who have paid the ultimate scarifce. The AMRR is CVFR Calgaryís main charity fund-raiser for the year and our charity of choice is housing for homeless vets. This yearís ride is still to be finalized To enquire about the CVFR Calgary AMRR, please contact CVFR Calgary AMRR

CVFR Avalon ride

The Canadian Veteran Freedom Riders, Avalon are pleased to announce they will hold its Allied Memorial Remembrance Ride (AMRR) in 2017, date TBD. This International motorcycle charity ride will bring Bikers from around the world together for one ride to support military, veterans, and military Families around the world and in Newfoundland and Labrador through the Military Family Resource Centre (MFRC), Canadian Forces Station St. Johnís.

This year the AMRR will see Military Riders from Canada, (St. Johnís, Ottawa, Calgary and Owen Sound), France, New Zealand, South Africa, The United Kingdom, the United States, and Italy, supporting their veterans and Military in one united motorcycle ride across the world.

The ride will be in support of The Military Family Resource Centre: Provincially incorporated in 1992, the MFRC is a not-for-profit charitable organization working in partnership with Director of Military Family Support. The Director of Military Family Services Program was an initiative of the Department of National Defence to provide programs, services and assistance to military families across Canada and anywhere around the world that members are posted. For this purpose, MFRCs were established wherever military families live.

Belt Drive Betty patches are also still available at a cost of $10.
patches can be ordered by contacting AMRR Canada Administrator

Remember, All gave some, but some gave all. Lest we forget.

AMRR patch