Recent News and Updates

Keeping you up to speed with our BC Bike Ride & other related stuff.

Boomer’s Legacy in PLAY/AU JEU Magazine

Good afternoon, Boomer’s Team, Supporters, Riders, and extended family and friends! I’m thrilled to announce that the national magazine piece we prepared has been published. It is a product of the Canadian Forces Newspaper Association – and the second edition of...

2016BLBC Bike Ride Registration Now Open!

After a wee wait, we finally have our own personal online registration and fundraising software set up. Which means that we are now ready for previous and new participants to get registered for the 2016 Boomer's Legacy British Columbia Bicycle Ride. Click on the...

Basic 10-Week Bike Ride Training Schedule

Thanks to a long-time supporter, and resident fitness guru we are able to provide our participants with a basic 10-week training schedule that will allow you to prepare properly for our annual Boomer's Legacy British Columbia Bike Ride.   Download the PDF...

Food List – 2016 Boomer’s Legacy BC

A refreshment van will accompany the ride from Comox to Victoria. Coffee, juice, donuts and muffins are provided at 19 Wing Comox prior to the start of the ride, thanks to Tim Horton's and Thrifty Foods. All other refreshments - including en-route lunches - are...

Aunt Adrienne and Boomer’s Legacy

The story begins with Aunt Adrienne volunteering her accounting services for Boomer’s Legacy out of Courtenay, BC. On August 11, 2006, Cpl Andrew “Boomer” Eykelenboom made the ultimate sacrifice when he lost his life to a suicide bomber in...

Riding for Boomer

By  Erin Haluschak - Comox Valley Record; posted May 19, 2015 at 8:00 AM Riding 240 kilometres is an achievement most cyclists would not forget. For those riding in the annual Boomer’s Legacy Bike Ride, each kilometre covered is more than just a physical...