Cycling Mexico

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CYCLING MEXICO – EPISODE 1
CYCLING MEXCO – EPISODE 2
CYCLING MEXICO – EPISODE 3
CYCLING MEXICO – EPISODE 4
CYCLING MEXICO – EPISODE 5
CYCLING MEXICO – EPISODE 6
CYCLING MEXICO – EPISODE 7
CYCLING MEXICO – EPISODE 8 “Pico de Orizaba”
CYCLING MEXICO – EPISODE 9
CYCLING MEXICO – EPISODE 10

ROUTE

On February 10th, I started a solo cycling trek, set to be approximately 7000km’s in length, starting in Cabo San Lucas, stopping at the lowest & highest points in Mexico along the way, and finishing in Cancun. I’m doing this as an effort to raise funds for the non-profit organization charity: water.

track my location

Click the photo above to track my live progress across Mexico

charity: water

To donate to my charity: water campaign, click the “DONATE” button above

$3,512/$10,000 USD

Current Amount Raised For charity: water

While taking a Social Entrepreneurship class at Okanagan College in 2019, I was introduced to a not-for-profit organization called charity: water. This organization operates all over the globe with the goal of providing sustainable water projects to impoverished areas who have no access to clean water. 

771 million people in the world live without clean water. To date, charity: water has funded 79,136 water project, over 29 countries, serving 13,203,945 people.

Every water project is GPS coordinated, so you can see exactly where the money raised is being utilized around the world. Private donors called “The Well” cover all of charity: water’s operating costs, so 100% of funds donated goes straight towards funding clean water projects.

To learn more about charity: water, click HERE.

To read founder Scott Harrison’s story in the book Thirst, click the photo above.