The Tour de Rock riders arrived in Port Hardy at 11:30 a.m. after making their way from Port Alice Sunday. Mother Nature decided to clear the skies and offer sunshine for the event. The group stayed for about one and a half hours before heading to Port McNeill. While in Port Hardy, the riders had the opportunity to meet 14-year-old Myles Janse and his family. Myles was presented with a Tour de Rock t-shirt and hat and made a junior rider. A healing dance was also performed by Kwakiutl First Nations. Myles’ sister Lucinda had her hair cut and donated it to be made into a wig for a cancer patient.