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While it's only November, both the K200 (200 km route) and the M200 (200 Mile) rides are 90 percent sold out for 2010. Last year, 3,530 cyclists—roughly 100 from UHN— rode from Toronto to Niagara Falls and raised over $14.5 million.
"We're 90 percent full in November— the response has been overwhelming," says Steve Merker, Chief Ride Officer. "I'd advise anyone who is on the fence or waiting until the New Year to register now before it's too late."
Merker says that there are still a series of orientation meetings in November for anyone interested and encourages everyone—even the novice cyclist—to give it a try. "The sense of accomplishment is amazing and it truly is an inspirational event," he says.
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