Bike for Bibles (B4B) is an annual event that brings cycling enthusiasts of all ages and walks of life together for a time of fellowship on the road – with one purpose in mind – to help raise funds for Bible distribution and translation projects of the Canadian Bible Society.
This year’s Rocky Mountain Bike for Bibles initiative will support the Bread of Life program in Peru and Free to Live program in Guatemala. These programs support impoverished and at-risk children and youth with a hand of hope and inspire a brighter tomorrow through the Word of God in their own language. Riders in this event are expected to raise at least $1,000.
Your participation in this year’s event will go a long way in helping a child in need. Thank you for your support and partnership.
About this ride
July 13 – July 20, 2019
- July 13
- 4:00-6:00 PM – ARRIVALS
- 6:00 PM – MEET & GREET (C3 Church)
- 8:00 PM – RIDE ORIENTATION
- July 14-20: Rocky Mountain Ride
- July 20: Return to the Recreation Centre
Minimum Fundraising Goal: $1,000
A week-long ride is definitely challenging, but it provides many blessings along the way. Our week-long riders keep coming back yearly for a fun time of fellowship on the road. These rides take our team to the most scenic, less traveled routes in the province. Our riders also experience the hospitality and friendship of our host churches.
The day usually starts and ends with devotions, with lots of food, laughter and fellowship in between.
|June 21 - July 12 only.|
|Volunteer / Roadie||FREE|
REGISTRATION IS NOW CLOSED.
|Arrival / Event Rally||Meet at C3 Church||0 km|
|July 14 (Day 1)||Revelstoke to Nakusp||104 km|
|July 15 (Day 2)||Nakusp to Nelson||150 km|
|July 16 (Day 3)||Nelson to Creston||127 km|
|July 17 (Day 4)||Creston to Cranbrook||106 km|
|July 18 (Day 5)||Cranbrook to Invermere||137 km|
|July 19 (Day 6)||Invermere to Golden||120 km|
|July 20 (Day 7)||Golden to Revelstoke||150 km|
Total distance: 881 kms
|Start Day||6:00 – 6:30am||Pack up overnight gear; get ready for ride and help pack up the truck. Pack a separate day bag with a change of clothes so you can go to the shower if truck is not unloaded yet.|
|Ride Days||6:30 – 7:00am||BREAKFAST|
|7:00 – 7:30am||Morning Devotions|
|LUNCH TIME||Lunch is usually along the route somewhere unless the kms for the day is short then we will eat at the church.|
|RIDE ENDS||Finish riding for the day routine. Finish time varies depending on the kms per day.|
|Everyone helps unpack the truck with everyone's overnight gear.|
|Find a place to camp out overnight in the church or optional setting up tent if there is space on the church grounds. Everyone walks or is shuttled to the shower location.|
|6:00pm||DINNER. Dinner is provided by the host church and varies depending on the church. Please indicate if you have allergies or special requirements. We will try to assist as best as possible.|
|FREE TIME! Enjoy the town. Take a walk… find some ice cream… play a game with other cyclists… or simply put your feet up and relax.|
|9:00-10:00pm||Lights out! Please be courteous of others in need of more sleep.|
The following are some of the important items to bring to the week-long ride (for a more detailed list of things to bring on the week long rides CLICK HERE )
- Helmet is required for every rider, water bottle and rain gear.
- Appropriate sleeping attire as we will be sharing the sleeping quarters together unless there are rooms for families, couples, ladies and males to be separated
- A foamy or roll out sleeping mattress to sleep on with a sleeping bag
- Additional clothes other than bike attire to wear after showers to walk around in as we usually have time at the end of the ride for the day. Toiletries and towel.
- Swimwear to go into rec centers and showers are included in registration.
- Spending money