All your questions:

PARTICIPANTS AND TEAMS

Registration for 2020
Team changes
Changing the captain
Leave a team
Team member maximum
Age limit

 

DONATIONS

Make an offline donation
Tax receipts
Donation refunds
Deadline for donations
Minimum engagement ($)

 

THE EVENT DAY

Maps
Parking and vehicles
Food and drinking water
Guests
Security and first aid
Animals

 

LIVING AREAS AND DORMITORIES

Tent trailers and RVs
Living Spaces
Dormitories
Toilets and showers
BBQs

 


 

PARTICIPANTS AND TEAMS

How to register for 2020?

Visit this page for instructions: How to register

 

How to change participants from on team to another?

The participant must select Team in his profile and then select 'Join Team' and choose the new Team.

 

How to change the team’s captain?

Please contact the 48-HOUR RIDE staff at 514-488-9474 ext 6249, or [email protected]

 

How to leave a team?

Please contact the 48-HOUR RIDE staff at 514-488-9474 ext 6249, or [email protected] 

 

Can a team be more than 6 participants?

No, the maximum of participants is 6.

 

Is there an age limit to participate?

There is no age limit for this event. If the participant is younger than 17 years old, a release must be signed by a legal guardian.
If you are interested in having a full team of children under the age of 17, please contact us directly at [email protected]

 

DONATIONS

How do we make an offline donation?

(when a participant collects cash/cheque or payment is made with the credit card of the participant and not the donor)

  • Log into your profile online at www.48hourride.ca
  • Under the tab called Donations, click on Add Offline Donation
  • Add the information of the donor (name, address, email) and select Add donation
  • Then either call the Foundation at 514 488-9474 ext 6249, to make the payment with your credit card, or send the cheque (in the name of the foundation) or cash to the Foundation's office.
  • Once the payment is made or the cash/cheque is received, the system will send your donor a receipt.

 

How to receive a tax receipt?

Your receipt will be attached to the email you will receive within a few minutes of sending your donation. You can also download it from your account when you log in to the 48 HOUR RIDE website.

If you do not receive a receipt in your inbox within a few minutes of sending your donation, please check your Junk (hotmail users), Spam (gmail users) or Bulk (yahoo users) E-mail folder just in case the receipt email got delivered there instead of your inbox. If so, select the message and click Not Junk, to allow future messages to get through.

If you need more help, please contact the 48-HOUR RIDE staff at 514-488-9474 ext. 6249 or [email protected] to receive a new tax receipt. Please send the name of the donor, the date of the donation and the amount.

 

When are the donations due? 

Fundraising is all year long. Donations can be sent at any time (online or by mail) or brought to the info/registration table on September 18 before the event begins. Closer to the event the 48HV team will follow up with all the teams that have not started raising funds or have not yet achieved their goal to make sure they will have it at the event. Fundraising ends on October 31st of each year.

 

What happens if we collect donations, but are unable to participate in the event? 

All funds raised are NON-REFUNDABLE. If you or a member of your team no longer wishes to participate in the event, you can ask someone else to replace you. Donations collected can be transferred to this new person to assist in their fundraising.

 

What happens if we are not able to collect the total of $3,600? 

We are here to support you and help you achieve your team's goal. There are many ways to raise funds. Please visit our fundraising ideas page and/or contact us to discuss other options together.

 

If we are less than 6 per team, is the amount to be raised $600 per person or $3,600 per team?

If you are less than 6 people in your team you still need to raise at least $3,600. That is minimum amount per team of 6 or less. Please note that if you are less than 6 people, that means that you will have to divide the 48 hours up between less than 6 people. There must always be at least one participant from each team on the track .

 

THE EVENT DAY

How do we get on the 48 HOUR-RIDE site?

  • See maps to the 48-HOUR RIDE
  • In Maps or Google Maps type in: 12600 rue services A-2, Mirabel, QC, J7N 1E8

 

Will we be able to park our car on the site?

Certainly, you will be able to park your car directly on the main site. You will be directed to which parking lot you should park in that is closest to your living space. Please note for safety reasons, all cars will be marked with removable windshield markers to help us identify all cars. 

 

Will food be provided?

Hot meals will be served as of Friday night and snacks will be available all day and night of the event. Everything is offered to you!

 

Is there available drinking water onsite?

Onsite, we have created water stations to fill reusable water bottles. This year we have even more locations onsite! These stations provide water from the city of Mirabel’s aqueduct – it’s just like drinking tap water at home. Remember to bring your reusable water bottle to enjoy fresh water with no environmental impact!

 

Can I have guests on the site?

Yes, your family and friends are welcome. They can also ride on the track with you. 

 

Can children or guests accompany us on the track during the Children's Celebration?

Your children and guests are always welcome to ride with you.

 

What to do in case of an injury to a member of our team just before 48-HOUR RIDE?

In this situation, you will be able to replace your injured teammate with an external person so that you can remain 6 on the team. The captain will simply have to inform us of this change at [email protected].

 

Are helmets mandatory on the track?

Helmets are mandatory for the safety of all participants.

 

Are dogs allowed on the 48-HOUR RIDE site?

Dogs are welcomed to the 48-HOUR RIDE, but must be on a leash at all times.

 

Can I enter and leave the site at any time?

You can access the parking and living areas at anytime during Friday-Saturday-Sunday.

 

LIVING AREAS AND DORMITORIES

How do we reserve on site places for tent trailers and RVs?

The site is very vast, therefore you don't need to reserve a place. There is room for everyone! We do not accept reservations.

Please see very important information here: Recreational Vehicles (to come for 2020)

 

What time can I park my trailer on the site?

Thursday, September 17th: you will be able to bring your trailer between 11am and 9pm.

Friday, September 18th: as of 8 am, throughout the day.

Please see very important information here: Recreational Vehicles (to come for 2020)

 

Do trailers have access to water and electricity on the site?

You will have access to an electrical outlet of 15 amps (110 volts), you must bring an extension of a minimum of 100 feet to plug in your electrical circuit. 

Unfortunately, there is no access to water.

 

What is the size of our living space?

The dimensions of a living space are 10 feet along the track and 30 feet deep, to make a 300sq2 area for your living space.

 

Will we be provided electricity in our living areas?

Each living area will have access to a 110-volt outlet. You must bring an extension cord with a minimum of 100 feet.

 

Until what time do we have access by car to the living areas on Friday?

You have until 11 am to access your living areas on Friday. Then you will still have access to your living area, but not by car.

 

What space do we have as a team in the dormitory tents?

Each team will have access to a rest area of approximately 300 sq. Ft. in a dormitory tent.

 

Will there be toilets and showers at the 48-HOUR RIDE site?

We will put at your disposal sanitary toilets and showers on the 48-HOUR RIDE site. All you have to do is bring your toiletries!

 

Is it possible to bring a BBQ or an auxiliary propane heater?

You can bring a BBQ or propane booster heater to your living area only. They will be forbidden in the dormitory tents. You can also bring an outdoor wood fireplace to your living areas.

 

 

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