Author: bike4bibles

Meet a B4B Road Captain: David Burt
David Burt, our road captain in North Bay, Ontario, prefers to stay in the background but agreed to be featured in this article to help promote Bike for Bibles (B4B) [...]
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B4B – Toronto Lake Shore Ride
Bike for Bibles 2018 kicked off with a one-day Fun Ride in Toronto along Lake Ontario. Seven riders participated, five of whom are first-timers! The route took the group to [...]
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Meet a B4B Road Captain: Sue Roth
Road captains are very important support in any Bike for Bibles event. They are the ones who ensure that rides happen; they do most of the leg-work before the event [...]
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New B4B Jersey Design is Here!
The Bike for Bibles Team is happy to announce the release of the 2018 Bike for Bibles jersey design. The design is by Louis Garneau and comes with full-length zippers [...]
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B4B cyclists covered a total of 3900 kilometres for Good Samaritan
Summer-y The summer has ended and with it the Bike for Bibles (B4B) season. Here is a summary, or if you will, a Summer-y, of what happened across the nation! [...]
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Heart, Soul and Spirit!
The first three Fun Rides in British Columbia have come and gone with plenty of heart, soul (sole?) and spirit. We kicked off the season in Richmond where the young [...]
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Bananas for the Lord
Here’s another cool new song brought to you by our riders from the Gateway to the North Ride (North Bay)   Bananas for the Lord Chorus: He’s the vine and [...]
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B4B cyclist wins 3 gold medals at the BC senior games
Great news! One of our faithful B4B cyclists, Frank Mierau, won three gold medals at the Senior Games in British Columbia. Below he shares about this wonderful experience. I entered [...]
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Ontario B4B Song
Riders for the Lord Music by John Snider Words by Barbara A.L. Warden We are the riders for the Lord His service is our task Along country roads and highways [...]
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Bike for Bibles Song – AB & BC
  Bike for Bibles Song: “You’ll do Just Fine” The following song is an original composition by an Anglican priest Richard White (To the tune of “Mine Eyes have Seen [...]
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