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Day 10 Wrap Up

As of this afternoon, all 29 cyclists have completed their commitment to cycle 1,000km over the past 10 days. This year, the group was challenged initially knowing that they’d have to cycle the majority of those miles on their own from home because we couldn’t have the full group on the road together. Part way through our 10 day commitment, air quality from wildfires meant…

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2020 Day 9

Today we started out in Kamloops with a small mechanical problem, but ended the day in Vernon with a warm welcome. Our designate riders started in Kamloops fearing the rain that usually comes on Day 9 every year. After lunch in Falkland, the team arrived into Vernon with a warm welcome to the Prestige Vernon Lodge, where we had a Little Ambassador family meet the…

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2020 Day 8

Teams were excited to get back on the road today after air quality prevented them from being on the road. Our 6 designate riders left from the Prestige Salmon Arm where the support crew had a restful night. A visit with supporters Sedo’s Deli and Ben’s Towing and the team headed westbound. Although we weren’t able to have lunch in Chase at the school, the…

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2020 Day 7

While today was a repositioning day for the support crew, it’s normally a rest day for the cycling team while we drive from Cranbrook to get ready to start our day in Salmon Arm. However, today while the support crew was driving our cyclists were still at home logging their miles. Some of our team members chose to stay indoors and spin their miles, we…

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Day 6 in Cranbrook

Today the air quality didn’t allow for us to have a team on the road again, which was incredibly disheartening for everyone. Our riders wanted to be out on the road so badly, and even thought we had a small chance at safe air quality at one point. Ultimately, we made the decision that the riders should spin indoors again and the Tamarack Centre mall…

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