Support the Solidarity Cyclers 2007 Ride!


New! Support the Solidarity Cyclers at a potluck on Sunday, October 14

Support the Solidarity Cyclers 2007 Ride!

100 Mile Loop outside Washington D.C. , October 13-14

This October, the Committee in Solidarity with the People of ElSalvador (CISPES) and the Haiti Reborn program of the Quixote Center will becycling for solidarity! We'll spend two days on a fun, beautifulride in the rural areas around Washington D.C. The main goals of theride are to raise money for important solidarity work and to celebratethe community of solidarity activists. Find out more about our work at and see below for more informaiton about how to contribute.

How do I support the riders?

Make a pledge online at and write "cyclers" next to the amount. If you're writing a check make sure its payable to CISPES Education Fund" with "cyclers" in the memo line, and send it to:

1525 Newton St. NW

Washington DC 20010

Whats the route and plan?

Were going to do a loop outside Washington DC and into Virginia. Allthe cyclists will gather early Saturday morning (October 14) with bikesand camping gear. Well ride 50 miles or so to a beautiful spot to restfor the night and on Sunday well complete the loop, biking back intothe city. Well end the ride with a big public event and reception lateSunday afternoon at the La Casa Community Center in Mt. Pleasant with a report on the rideand on CISPES and Haiti Reborns work. More information about the Sunday Potluck is here.


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