Bob Probert Memorial Ride 2021 | In Memory of The Enforcer #24
June 27 @ 9:00 am - 4:00 pm
The 10th Annual Bob Probert Memorial Ride in memory of Red Wings hockey enforcer #24 and supporting cardiac wellness programs at Hotel Dieu Grace Healthcare set to takes place in Windsor Essex on Sunday, June 28, 2020, has been postponed to June 27, 2021.
Motorcycle enthusiasts will launch the ride from Thunder Road Harley-Davidson located in Windsor, Ontario on Huron Line. The exciting motorcycle ride will follow the scenic 100 km route throughout Essex County with Poker Run Ride Stops at The Fort, Colchester Bar and Grill, and Wolfhead Distillery before returning to the final stop at the Ciociaro Club Pavilion.
Ride captains to be announced at a later date.
Check in will begin at 9am at Thunder Road and the ride will launch, with kickstands up at 11am.
Online pre-registration is available at https://www.hdgh.org/register
With over 1000 riders annually, including NHL alumni and current players, this event is not to be missed.
Join the ride or celebrate at the final stop for food, entertainment and a great silent auction.
The Bob Probert Memorial Ride, honours the memory of Bob Probert.
Now in it’s 10th year the Ride has raised over $1 Million to support Hôtel-Dieu Grace Healthcare’s creation of a second angioplasty suite, the new wellness exercise room used by their Cardiac Wellness patients and a satellite location that will make access to the exercise room easier for patients in the county.
The selected satellite location will be part of the new expansion of the existing Tecumseh Arena that will include indoor sports fields, offices and activity rooms. The location in Tecumseh allows convenient access to the program in a catchment area which includes east Windsor, the town of Tecumseh, and Lakeshore. The new facility is going to have a walking track and other amenities that will be complementary to the cardiac wellness program.
Each year the ride is lead by a celebrity road captain the likes of Chris Chelios, Sheldon Kennedy, Jacqui MacInnis-Wood, Tony Amonte, Ryan VandenBussche, Darren McCarty, Dave Hutchison, WRIF Radio Personality Meltdown, Scott Parker, Zack Kassian and Darren ‘Bruiser’ Banks.
Probert tragically passed away while boating of a heart attack in 2010. He was a Harley Davidson Motorcycle enthusiast. Fans best remember him as The Enforcer #24 in the NHL.
For more information, to volunteer, or register as a rider visit https://www.facebook.com/ProbertRide/
Photos from previous Probert Memorial Rides