Over 200 bicyclists just completed a “sea to sea bike tour” across the United States, to help raise funds and awareness to help break the cycle that keeps people in poverty.

Most of the 220 riders set out from Seattle in late June for the 3,881 mile ride, organized by the Christian Reformed Church in partnership with the Reformed Church in America. Tour proceeds will support new and ongoing programs that break the cycle of poverty for individuals, families and communities around the world.

See the Sea to Sea website, which contains a number of useful resources along with stories of the work of the sea to sea partners, and an article celebrating the completion of the ride.


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