• Cruisin' For A Cure on


    Our Goal is to raise $7,000 for the

    University of Alberta Hospital


    After his son, Brandon, received treatment for leukemia, Spencer Sherwood pledged to raise funds in support of the hematology program at the University of Alberta Hospital through a community-led initiative, Cruisin' for a Cure. Join us on August 6, 2022, for a cruise to Morinville.


    The skilled members of the hematology team provide care to patients with blood diseases and cancers, of which leukemia is one of the most common.


    Leukemia patients often remain in hospital care for months at a time – away from the comfort of home and the support of their families.


    With your donation, you will advance research into cutting-edge treatment, innovative technology, and increase patient comfort in the University of Alberta Hospital’s hematology program.


    Families like the Sherwoods need your help to ensure patients with cancers of the blood receive the best possible care.


    Please give generously today to help patients like Brandon recover and return home sooner.

  • The Route

    Grab your scoot - We're heading to Morinville!

  • Ride Schedule

    August 06, 2022


    10:00 AM

    Coffee & Registration at Harley Davidson of Edmonton

    7420 Yellowhead Trail NW, Edmonton, AB T5B 1G3

    10:45 AM

    Ride Briefing

    11:00 AM

    Kickstands Up!

    1:00 PM

    Riders start arriving back at Harley Davidson of Edmonton

    1:30 PM

    BBQ Lunch & Door Prizes!

  • Registration Coming soon


    Skip the lines on August 6th and pre-register!

  • Our Sponsors

    Join our family of sponsors!

    A huge thank you to those who donated door prizes: River Side Honda, River Side Motor Sports, ENS Motorcycle (Fort Saskatchewan), and Tim Hortons (Fort Saskatchewan).

  • Sponsorship

    Become a sponsor today and help Spencer get one klick closer to his goal.

    Becoming a sponsor is easy.

    Submit your name and email address and you'll be contacted by a representative of Cruisin' for a Cure: