Author: 800 CHAB NEWS
The ride started in Victoria, B.C and it is scheduled to be in Caronport and Moose Jaw on Saturday.
More than 60 cyclists began a journey across Canada on July 2nd on the Bike for Bibles Centennial Ride. All funds raised from the ride will help the Canadian Bible Society in their work of translating, publishing, distributing and encouraging the use of Scripture in Canada.
One of those riders is Caronport's Darcy Gullaher, who started the ride in Victoria and will finish when he gets home on Saturday. Gullaher says he's looking forward to hitting his home province. "It'll be nice to get back home and sleep in my own bed and do some laundry. It'll be nice to get back home and rest and relax but it'll be sad to see everyone else go on and I'd really like to go across the country but Caronport is home and that's where I'll be stopping."
Moose Jaw's Terry Martyniuk is also on the ride. When the ride is finished, the cyclists will have covered over 78 hundred kilometers.