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If You Know You’re Going Home, the Journey is Never Too Far

by ride captain Julio Krenz 10 days ago, a team of 27 left Kelowna for the Cops for Kids Ride they’d been waiting 2 years for. A group that has become so close and shared some incredible milestones together as a team, was once again reunited in a ride that wasn’t quite the full ride we’re used to, but a much better alternative than the…

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Gusting into Vernon

by Kathryn Ahvenus After an amazing sleep at the Coast hotel in Kamloops, the team gathered outside for breakfast of warm oatmeal and hot coffee at the motor home, to get us all ready for the hundred kilometre ride to Vernon. We drove to the Wildlife Park unpacked our bikes and got them all ready for the ride,after  a short flat ride on the highway…

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Travelling West in the Wet Weather

by Michel Grondin Our 8 th day on the road started with an early continental breakfast at the motor home. After a comfortable rest in accommodation provided by the Salmon Arm Prestige Harbor front Resort, our support team worked very hard to make sure we were fuelled up for the ride to Kamloops in predicted inclement weather.  The skies really opened up as we approached…

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Tactical Repositioning

by Nick Reimann Today was a much needed day of rest for the cycling team, and a hard day for the support crew while they do the driving. It’s been a week since we all met in Kelowna to start our journey, and this morning we woke not wanting to leave the comfort of Elizabeth Lake Lodge or our dear friends George & Rachel. Team…

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Day 6

By Liz Vant Erve Day 6 began in Creston  with change of clothing plan, typical Creston fall morning. It looked bleak but weather was great. Lots of waves and smiles from kids from schoolbuses and side of road. At our first rest stop we were surprised with hot coffee which inspired us onward into the fog. Then the skies opened up  and we made it…

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