May 26-28, 2012 Solidarity Cyclers ride!


Calling all solidarity riders, courageous cyclists, & movement spinners in the DC area!

Announcing CISPES 5th Annual Bike Ride Fundraiser Solidarity Cyclers 2012!  This Memorial Day Weekend, May 26th- May 28th participants will ride along the trails and byways of Maryland, West Virginia, Virginia and Washington DC, including beautiful country roads, creeks, and farms! You can REGISTER TODAY  online!

In addition to a rockin’ fun time with fellow fighters for justice, this is a fundraiser for The Committee in Solidarity with the People of El Salvador.  CISPES is a grassroots organization dedicated to supporting the Salvadoran people’s struggle for self-determination and social and economic justice.   For over 30 years we’ve worked to end U.S. economic, political and military intervention in El Salvador.

This summer CISPES is launching our new Brigades Program to accompany the amazing changes underway in El Salvador under the first leftist government.  Our collective goal is to raise $10,000 on the ride to help students and young people get down to El Salvador to volunteer with the National Literacy Program which has already helped over 100,000 adults learn how to read and write in just 2 years!

As a participant in this bike-a-thon, you will collect pledges from friends, family and co-workers to sponsor you by the mile.  We’ll provide the fundraising materials and support you need to meet your goal!

So, REGISTER TODAY  online!  The $60 registration fee covers the cost of food, transportation, and lodging for the weekend.

Sign up now to start hearing about training rides, connect with other cyclists, and get help with fundraising! For more information, please contact Jacob at [email protected] call 202-521-2510 ext 202.

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"Apoyo a CISPES porque continuar la lucha para la justicia social y un pais enfocado en el pueblo significa continuar el sueno y sacrificio de miles de mis compatriotas Salvadoreñas que dieron su vida por esta visión. - Padre Carlos, New York City