Cross country cyclists stop in Keremeos

Adam Ali and Lonny French passed through Keremeos June 19 on a cross Canada bike odyssey that began on June 15 in Victoria

Lonny French and Adam Ali cycled through Keremeos on June 19 on their way to St.John's

Adam Ali and Lonny  French passed through Keremeos June 19 on a cross Canada bike odyssey that began on June 15 in Victoria.

The two are hoping to raise $20,000 for Canadian Tire Jumpstart.

Canadian Tire Jumpstart is a nationally registered charity dedicated to removing financial barriers so kids across Canada have the opportunity to get off the sidelines and into the game.

Donations can be made for the pair online at: cycleforkids.com

Their progress across the country can be monitored on their Facebook page www.cycleforkids

Ali and French hope to be in St.John’s NL, by mid August.

 

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