Fall Trekkers breathe easy

About 300 cyclists joined this year's BC Lung Association's Bicycle Trek For Life and Breath, a long ride through the Fraser Valley.

Surrey's Kristen Spicker at the 31st annual BC Lung Association's Bicycle Trek for Life and Breath.

Surrey’s Kristen Spicker joined 300 cyclists and volunteers for the 31st annual BC Lung Association’s Bicycle Trek for Life and Breath, a two-day, 200-km scenic ride in support of lung health.

Starting off in White Rock, the ‘Trekkers’, as they’re known, participated in a recreational ride to Cultus Lake and back. Over three decades participants have raised more than $6 million dollars through the ride, along with close to $200,000 this year.

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