2012 Survey Responses

We are really excited for the 4th edition of the Lake2Lake. We received Rider Survey responses from 35 riders and Volunteer Survey responses from 10 volunteers. As we’ve planned the 2013 Lake2Lake we’ve taken many of your suggestions, comments and feedback into consideration. Riders: You said: 54% heard about the Lake2Lake by word of mouth, 88% are […]

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We made the news in Cherryville!

Angelia Harvey sent us a copy of November’s The Cherryvillan, Cherryville’s Community News, with a story on the Lake2Lake and the ‘team’ from Cherryville. […]

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3rd Edition Another Success!

Our 3rd annual Lake2Lake Ride for Rwanda was September 29+30, 2012. Over 70 riders hopped on their bikes and rode 220 kms, raising over $60,000, to help Wellspring impact education in Rwanda. It was another huge success from our perspective. The weather was amazing the whole weekend; we had many riders from previous years; there […]

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Jayson at EZ Rock in Salmon Arm

On air with EZ Rock

I got a chance to chat about the Lake2Lake with Patrick Ryley on the morning show at EZ Rock in Salmon Arm. Listen to the interview below:   […]

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Lake2Lake Jersey

UPDATE (September 10, 2012): We got the jerseys! Here’s pic:   The Lake2Lake Ride for Rwanda Jersey is currently in production at Sugoi. This first edition is limited to just 40 jerseys — 20 men’s and 20 women’s. You do not want to miss out on one of these. […]

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2011 Lake2Lake a HUGE success

With more that double the riders from our inaugural event, and a mixed bag of weather heading in the weekend, we were sure it would once again be a weekend to remember—and it was! Thank you riders for hopping on your bikes Saturday morning knowing the rain and cold were just around the corner. You […]

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We did it!

Under bright sunny skies and summer-like temperatures, the inaugural Wellspring Lake2Lake ride kicked off over the October 2+3 weekend. A total of 35 riders from around the Okanagan/Shuswap, the Lower Mainland and others from the Calgary area completed the 220km, two-day ride from Kalamalka Lake, near Vernon to Eagle Bay Camp on south side of […]

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