Riders sought

B.C. Lung Association hosts two-day bicycle trek

Cyclists of all ages and abilities are invited to sign up for the B.C Lung Association’s Bicycle Trek for Life and Breath, a two-day, 200-kilometre ride that will be returning to the Fraser Valley this fall.

The fundraiser began 27 years ago with a handful of cycling enthusiasts who came together to ride in support of lung health and clean air.

Today, the Bicycle Trek for Life and Breath continues to thrive, uniting riders from across the province.

This year’s event will depart from White Rock Sept. 10 and finish at Cultus Lake the following day.

More than 350 riders are expected to take part.

Participants must fundraise a minimum $475. The registration fee is $25.

All event proceeds support vital lung health and air quality research, education and advocacy.

For more information and to register, visit www.bicycletrek.ca or call the BC Lung Association at 604-731-5864.


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