PEDAL REPORT: Leg #5, Sault Ste. Marie (MI) – Ottawa (ON)

Leg #5 kicked off with the riders returning back to Canada, into the province of Ontario. Ontario was wet, wet, wet. The first night consisted of pouring rain and it rained periodically all week.

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Blog: A Week With Sea to Sea

Witvoet said the money goes to anti-poverty efforts in communities in developing countries. Partners Worldwide, he said, is a Christian network that partners local businesses with those in other countries, using skills and mentoring to end poverty.

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PEDAL REPORT: Leg #4, Grand Rapids (MN) – Sault Ste. Marie (MI)

Leg four gave the riders their first (and final) taste of the US on this year’s Tour. Riders cycled through the states of Minnesota, Wisconsin, and Michigan throughout the week.

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Sea to Sea in My Kawartha

Witvoet said the money goes to anti-poverty efforts in communities in developing countries. Partners Worldwide, he said, is a Christian network that partners local businesses with those in other countries, using skills and mentoring to end poverty.

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Sea to Sea in Orilla Packet

Eve Luimes always wished she could do something to help the young homeless people she saw on the streets of downtown Ottawa. “I always thing that it could be me if I wasn’t so lucky,” said the 12-year-old. “And I thought it would be great if I could so something about it.”

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Sea to Sea in Owen Sound Sun Times

Having participated in all four Sea to Sea Rides to End Poverty, George Vanderkuur has put in a lot of kilometres on his bicycle. By the time this year’s tour ends at the end of August in Halifax he will have travelled another 6,757 kilometres over the course of the 10-week ride.

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Sea to Sea in the Daily Herald Tribune

On August 13th, local cyclist, Garry Roth, will be joining the Sea To Sea cycling tour, in Ottawa, ON. Garry will be riding from Ottawa, ON to Halifax, NS, over the next 16 days, for a total distance of 1753 kms. This averages out to approx. 130 kms/day of cycling, through 5 provinces.

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Sea to Sea in Soo Today

A group of bicyclists entered Sault, Ont. Friday morning via the International Bridge as they continue their bi-national trek across the continent to raise awareness and funds to fight poverty.

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Sea to Sea in The Kincardine Record

Stuart VanderVaart, 66, of Blair’s Grove, south of Kincardine, is part of a group cycling across Canada to raise money and awareness to help alleviate poverty.

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Sea to Sea in the Manitoulin Expositor

One of the biggest and most unusual trans-continental bike rides across North America is set to wheel between Sault Ste. Marie and Manitoulin Island August 4 to 7.

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