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Published October 2022

Hully Gully hosted the 26th Annual Fall Colour Ride bringing the Grand total raised to $335,607 for the Children’s Health Foundation.

The Children’s Health Foundation believes that children and their families in Western Ontario deserve the best possible care and the most possible hope when faced with a serious health issue.

That is why the team at Hully Gully is dedicated to help the Children’s Health Foundation strengthen and transform the health care experience in the London region. The generosity of those contributing to the Hully Gully Annual Fall Colour Ride will assist in the funding of cutting-edge equipment, care-enhancing programs and ground-breaking paediatric research at Children’s Hospital in London, TVCC and Children’s Health Research Institute.

The Children’s Health Research Institute ensures better childhoods for kids facing challenges and serious health issues and hope, relief and support for those who love them.

At this this year’s Hully Gully Annual Fall Colour Ride, its 26th annual, over 130 motorcycles turned out on the spectacular Saturday October 1st, with perfect weather for the ride.

There were bikes of all shapes and sizes, brand new and vintage with riders from near and far.

In addition to the ride the Hully Gully team also hosted a Bake Sale & Silent auction with all proceeds adding to the success of the day and in reaching the goal.

Domino’s Pizza pitched in by providing a free lunch for all 130 riders and volunteers.

Following the ride, attendees heard heartwarming testimonies from families who have been blessed by the generous giving of so many London and area riders and friends.

It’s never too late to contribute as donations are still gladly accepted and appreciated. To arrange a donation or to find out more about this event, contact Paul Goldsmith at Hully Gully 519-685-8045 or by email at