#ridetoremembrance

We are proud to be a small piece in the large jigsaw puzzle of the journey that Tegh Singh and his family are on. We hope that by raising funds for the Veterans Transition Network and Field of Crosses helps others on their journey too.

You can donate here to the Ride to Remembrance.

Everyone wakes up in the morning with a different scale of balance between work, life, family, money, peer pressures, etc. Most of us have the balance weighted against us, none of us are equal and nobody should ever be judged by this. The balance is set at your level and only you can move it. It’s incredible how some people find a way, from inside, to just keep themselves at the same levels as they ended the day before. The imbalances can be weighty and there is no scale or measurement to this but from within.

We hope that the pandemic will allow this to be a group event next year, led by Calgary’s veterans.

Bike Calgary will be supporting mechanics to the ride and be with you all the way. Good luck Tegh, Chapeau!, chapeau!

With condition changes today, he’s riding the Bike Calgary’s Presidents Winter bike too!

https://globalnews.ca/news/7453756/calgary-veteran-cycles-military-munuments-ptsd/

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