Fat Bike Initiation in Quebec, QC

Soldier On will host a two-day Fatbike initiation experience in collaboration with Tuque et Bicycle Experience on February 16-17 at 4-6 p.m. This activity will bring together both serving and retired ill/injured CAF members, allowing participants to connect through peer support and encourage a healthy and active lifestyle. This fat bike activity will contribute as a tool to wellness and recovery for the participants.

Participants will take part in a fat bike activity that will be held over two consecutive days of two hours each. Two instructors will be present to assist and guide the participants. By registering, the member agrees to follow the two sessions.

*Participants are asked to wear appropriate winter clothes for a fat bike activity.

Assistance throughout the event will be provided courtesy of Tuque et Bicycle Expériences.

The number of Soldier On participants is limited to eight (8).

Minimum eligibility criteria
Any serving member or veteran of the Canadian Armed Forces (CAF) from the Quebec City geographical area (90 minutes by car, South and North shore) who acquired a permanent physical or mental health illness or injury while enrolled as a member of the CAF; whether attributable or not to service.

Serving Members
Medical clearance may be required by your chain of command but is not required by Soldier On.

Mental & Physical Requirements
  • Participants must be able to tolerate two hours of low-rate physical activity on two consecutive days with a moderate level of concentration for instructions.
    • Participants will be joined with other ill/injured members and civilians, and therefore should be able to function in a social environment.
  • Participants should be able to perform light lower body movement without being in violation of any MELs.
Nomination Forms must be received by Soldier On no later than February 9th, 2022 at noon.
Express your interest here.

Be advised that the vaccine passport will be required at the event.

*Please note that changes to the event may be necessary should local PHM measures change.

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