Join us for the 16th Annual Truck Ride for Special Olympics Saskatchewan!

Join truck drivers across Saskatchewan on September 10th, 2022 and be part of the 16th Annual TRUCK RIDE FOR SPECIAL OLYMPICS SASKATCHEWAN! Saskatchewan Law Enforcement Torch Run [LETR] officers will escort two separate Truck Rides through Regina and Saskatoon to help raise awareness and funds for Special Olympics Saskatchewan Athletes.

How to participate

To participate, drivers must fill out a registration form and submit their registration fee of $100. Drivers can collect additional pledges to secure the LEAD TRUCK POSITION in the Ride. The driver who raises the most pledges will be awarded this prestigious position! Register today by clicking the below link, or contact Victoria at or 306-780-9406.

How to be lead truck

The Lead Truck position goes to the individual who raises the highest total in pledge dollars with their individual registration. In order to be eligible, all Pledge Forms must be mailed or emailed to the Special Olympics Saskatchewan office by 12:00pm on September 9th, 2022. If collecting pledges online, final numbers must be in before September 10th, 2022.

  • Mailing Address: 1121 Winnipeg Street, Regina, SK. S4R 1J5

  • Email Address:

  • Pledge Sheets


Drivers will have 3 different options to take part in the Truck Ride:

  • Regina Ride - Will start and end at the Turvey Centre parking lot and will complete a loop around Regina (approx. 30 minutes).

  • Saskatoon Ride - Will start and end at the SaskTel Centre parking lot and complete a loop around Saskatoon (approx. 30 minutes).

  • Virtual Ride - Take part in the ride from anywhere in Saskatchewan! We encourage you to share photos and videos to our social media (@specialosask)! Your gift bag and t-shirt will be mailed to you.

    8:00 am - Participant Breakfast
    8:45 am - Trucker Meeting
    9:00 am -Truck Ride begins
    9:45 am - Trucks return
    10:30 am - Event concludes

Important information:

  • The Special Olympics Saskatchewan Truck Ride has been raising funds and awareness for Special Olympics programs and athletes for over 15 years. We are a non partisan organization. In order to differentiate our Annual Truck Ride from the Freedom Convoy, drivers will be asked to remove or cover up any political paraphernalia before participating. This includes, but is not limited to, window decals, signs, and flags including the Canadian flag.

  • We welcome all types of vehicles, including semi-trucks, truck/trailer combinations, large trucks, low-boys, dump trucks, flat beds, buses, tow trucks, large box trucks, and more. Please note - no hazardous materials or over dimensional combinations are allowed.