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Every 4 pedal strokes on a bicycle, a child dies from poverty-related issues. Cycle to end poverty with Access & Sea to Sea on August 3!

Register Today!

There are two simple ways to register:

This summer, a group of cyclists is pedaling 3,900 miles from LA to NYC over the course of 9 weeks with Sea to Sea, a cross-country cycling tour that raises awareness and funds in support of those living in poverty around the world. Access of West Michigan is joining Sea to Sea  for a local ride as the group comes through West Michigan:

Saturday, August 3

Join in the fight against poverty by signing up with Access and Sea to Sea! Two options available:

Long Ride

  • Join the Sea to Sea riders in Holland and bike 39 miles to Grand Rapids
  • Start time: 8am departure from Hope College
  • Cost: $50 per rider*

Short Ride (great for all ages!)

  • Join the long riders at Calvin CRC and bike just over 3 miles to Calvin College
  • Start time: 12pm departure from Calvin CRC
  • Cost: $20 per rider*, kids 12 & under are free

*100% of the proceeds will go to support the programs of Access, helping to eliminate hunger and reduce the impact of poverty in our community. Riders can also set up a fundraising page to raise more funds to help reach our goal of $10,000!

All riders receive a free t-shirt!

Register online today and join in the fight against poverty! Visit our website or call us for more information at (616) 774-2175.

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