7 Days in May

7 Days in May Logo7 Days In May is a cycling event and fundraiser that was founded in 2012 to increase awareness about pancreatic cancer and to raise funds to help find a cure for this deadly affliction. The statistics are staggering: 93% of those diagnosed will die within 5 years. 75% of patients will die within the first year following diagnosis. Pancreatic cancer is the fourth leading cause of cancer related death in Canada and, sadly, it is on track to move to the second leading cause in the next few years. Survival rates have not improved in the last 40 years - it’s time to change those statistics.

7 Days In May was founded by the Townley family in memory of Lorraine Townley to continue her legacy by raising the awareness and funds necessary to cure pancreatic cancer. Through the PancOne initiative of Pancreatic Cancer Canada, all proceeds will be directed towards clinical trials and other direct studies, focused on early detection and a cure as well as providing support and education for those impacted by the disease.

To date, 7 Days In May has raised over $350,000.00 and has reached out out to hundreds of thousands of people worldwide to deliver their message of hope and determination to cure pancreatic cancer.

The ride has a variety of options including a single day ride, a weekend ride, and a seven day ride around Lake Ontario. The Townley Family’s hope is to take this event to a national level and to get people active for a full seven days in May each year supporting those cycling around the Lake Ontario and to improve their own strength and fitness which is one of the best preventers of pancreatic cancer.

7 Days In May 2018 will take place from May 26th through June 1st. For more information go to: www.7daysinmay.com.

Participant List

  1 -  Gord Townley ($9,146.00)
  2 -  John Barry ($6,200.00)
  3 -  David Green ($5,936.11)
  4 -  Marianne Musi ($5,425.00)
  5 -  Kris Henrikson ($5,250.00)
  6 -  Gavin Winter ($3,611.00)
  7 -  Janice Townley ($3,500.00)
  8 -  Marita Boyce ($3,205.00)
  9 -  George Kiriakidis ($3,050.00)
  10 -  Jeff Baer ($2,950.00)
  11 -  Sean Morrison ($2,921.08)
  12 -  Michel Trottier ($2,705.00)
  13 -  Vicki Trottier ($2,175.00)
  14 -  Steve Rilett ($1,995.00)
  15 -  John Beckberger ($1,950.00)
  16 -  Chris Townley ($1,885.00)
  17 -  Martin Sowden ($1,825.00)
  18 -  Peter Makula ($1,820.00)
  19 -  Martin Macdonald ($1,660.00)
  20 -  Marcel Bissonnette ($1,575.00)
  21 -  Jack McKittrick ($1,550.00)
  22 -  William Michael ($1,525.00)
  23 -  Leslie Buckman ($1,520.00)
  24 -  Patti Warr ($1,505.00)
  25 -  Linda Ferguson ($1,375.00)
  26 -  Erin Townley ($1,295.00)
  27 -  Andrew Andy So ($1,250.00)
  28 -  Jay Kleinschmidt ($1,245.00)
  29 -  Dejan Bozin ($1,200.00)
  30 -  Jon Trottier ($1,150.00)
  31 -  Paul Brown ($1,125.00)
  32 -  Jim LaPier ($1,050.00)
  33 -  Richard Guy ($1,030.00)
  34 -  Sharon Chadwick ($850.00)
  35 -  Joyce Beaudoin ($815.00)
  36 -  Michael Chong ($765.00)
  37 -  Jeff Townley ($750.00)
  38 -  fred roberts ($750.00)
  39 -  Alex Burgoyne ($725.00)
  40 -  Leah Carroll ($725.00)
  41 -  Jeff Vervaeke ($675.00)
  42 -  Michael Gibbons ($525.00)
  43 -  Noel Mulliner ($450.00)
  44 -  Brooke Martin ($400.00)
  45 -  Patricia Pedersen ($400.00)
  46 -  Danielle Alderman ($400.00)
  47 -  Randall Akins ($375.00)
  48 -  Cavan Laferriere ($320.00)
  49 -  Scott Boniface ($300.00)
  50 -  John Murray ($250.00)
  51 -  Laurence Hanly ($200.00)
  52 -  Drew Bochel ($180.00)
  53 -  Cecilia Gibbons ($150.00)
  54 -  Tim Kingston ($125.00)
  55 -  Paul Walsh ($125.00)
  56 -  Jennifer Brewer ($0.00)
  57 -  Deborah McPhadden ($0.00)
  58 -  Ian Reece ($0.00)
  59 -  Shawn Moniz ($0.00)
  60 -  Khavita Harrycharran ($0.00)
  61 -  David Johnston ($0.00)