Congratulations Riders....
$11,050 Raised!!! 



The inaugural G2G Fall Colours Ride was a 28km fundraising ride on the G2G Trail, for Palliative Care Services in Huron County.  The Alexandra Marine and General Hospital Palliative Care Program and the Huron Residential Hospice will share 80% of the funds raised.  The remaining funds will be used by the G2G Committee to enhance aspects of the rail trail in Huron County.

The Ride was hosted by the Goderich to Guelph Rail Trail Committee, and its partners the Menesetung Bridge Association and the Maitland Trail Association.  Registration and fundraising was coordinated through the Alexandra Marine and General Hospital Foundation. 

Congratulations to the top 3 Fundraisers:

Adrian DeBruyn - $1,335
Kent Gillin - $910
Jane Dawson - $845

Thank you to all participants who registered and raised over $100

Pete Bettger
Marg Bushell
Phil Dalton
William Dawson
Mary Hansen
Rod Lafontaine
Bill Love
Kathleen Lush
Deb McBeth-Pranger
Jay McFarlane
Devin Meyer
Christine Moore
Helene Moore
Bob Payne
Napier Simpson
Barbara Steele


Congratulations to all riders who reached the $250 goal!!!

David Cann
Jane Dawson
Grant Dawson
Adrian DeBruyn
Don Forbes
Kent Gillin
Anne Marie Lambert
Taylor Lambert
Brian McCullough
Don & Mackenzie Neal
Doug Norsworthy
Glenn Scheels
Nancy Simpson
Arnie Spivey
Roman Turczyn


Event Organizers

G2G Rail Trail Committee
AMGH Foundation  •  
Huron Residential Hospice
Menesetung Bridge Association
Maitland Trail Association

Ride Day Support
Beach Street Station   •   360 Bikes and Boards

A message from the G2G Rail Trail Committee

The Guelph to Goderich Rail Trail is a 127 km train right of way abandoned in 1988 and currently under redevelopment as a public recreational trail for non-motorized use.  Our committee was pleased to participate in the organization and promotion of this fund raising event to benefit palliative care services at AMGH and the new Huron Residential Hospice. 

G2G Website

A message from the AMGH Foundation

Alexandra Marine and General Hospital is committed to supporting families through every phase of life.  From the birth of a baby, to the last goodbye, our hospital cares for both the physical and mental well-being of our community.  Events like the G2G Fall Colours Ride help the AMGH Foundation support the needs of our community and keep quality health care close to home.  We are so very grateful for the spirit within our community.   

A message from Huron Residential Hospice

We are thrilled to have been chosen as one of the charities that will benefit from this event. Huron Residential Hospice is finally a reality, and for this reason your support is so important.

Huron Residential Hospice Website