Cycle Tour Finale
Photos by Jane Player tell the story
Riders from the Campbell River to Victoria Cycle Tour come over the Selkirk Trestle at the end of their 275 km ride to a warm welcome from members of the month-long Virtual Tour, delight on all their faces.
2 sets of sisters cycled this year. Above, Virtual Rider Meg (L) greets her sister Nancy, who did the Campbell River ride.
Mayor Helps led all the cyclists in to Mile Zero
where a large crowd of friends, family and supporters cheered them in
Chair of the Cycle Tour Working Group, Wanda Bentkowski, (right, below) thanked and congratulated all participants and the donors, a most essential part of the team. And Ruth-Anne Seburn brought greetings from the Grandmothers to Grandmothers Campaign, and congratulations to the Cycle Tour for having raised over $1.1 million since its beginnings in 2007.
Victoria Grandmothers Cycle Tour 2022 was a tremendous success, raising over $114,000 to support the work of grandmothers in Africa who partner with the Stephen Lewis Foundation. Solidarity here; solidarity in Africa; women working together can be grandmothers of steel!
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