Front Range Freedom Tour
June 17-26, 2016
Suppose YOU could bring hope and freedom to victims of exploitation by riding your bike through beautiful country with a team of great people.
If you can imagine that, or even if you would like to encourage someone who can imagine that, then you might be interested in the Front Range Freedom Tour, coordinated by Becky and Rich Dixon.
Front Range Freedom Tour is a community of cycling friends who will embark on an epic 500-mile expedition from Wyoming to New Mexico June 17-26, 2016. Proceeds from the journey support the Home of Hope in New Delhi, India. The Home of Hope serves children who have been rescued from the forced sex trade.
There are a number of ways to get involved.
If you are interested in being a Freedom Tour cyclist, Pre-registration for the ride ends Sunday, May 1, 2016. Sign up at: http://richsride.org/front-range-tour-application/
You can also support the cause in the following ways:
- June 5 – Elephant Rock Ride in Castle Rock. (This is the largest one-day bike ride in Colorado!) For information, go to: http://richsride.org/frontrangefreedomtour/elephant-rock-registration/
- June 11- Front Range Freedom Tour Prologue. You can challenge yourself and friends to this one-day 30- or 60-mile route. Routes start and end at Timberline Church. http://richsride.org/prologue-registration/
- Donate to the team, support a cyclist as he or she raises funds, or join as a Team Community Sponsor. For information, go to: https://rescuefreedom.webconnex.com/frontrange
- Love our cause and want to wear a token of your support? Buy a Front Range Freedom Tour jersey under “Tour Swag” at: http://richsride.org/frontrangefreedomtour/
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