Vern Hyde reaches the summit of Roger Pass on his ride across Canada. He and two friends are cycling across the country to raise money to build a school in Ethiopia.

Photo: Chain Reaction riders reach Rogers Pass

Three cyclists crossing Canada to raise money to build a school in Ethiopia passed through Revelstoke this week.

Three cyclists who are biking across Canada to raise money to build a school in Ethiopia passed through Revelstoke on Wednesday.

Vern Hyde, Mark Bishop and Ken Wallace are aiming to raise $250,000 throughout their cross-country ride. They are being supported by their wives Dena, Nola and Audrey.

Dubbed the Chain Reaction Ride, the trio started in Vancouver on May 2 and are aiming to finish the ride in Halifax on July 20.

More information about the ride can be found at www.chainreactionride.com.

 

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