Bicycle Trek for Life and Breath 2011: Peter Robb’s Journey

The BC Lung Association’s 27th Annual Bicycle Trek for Life and Breath is an annual 200km ride through BC’s Fraser Valley in support of vital lung health research, programs and clean air initiatives.Bicycle Trek for Life and Breath

To participate, cyclists raise donations from friends and family (a minimum donation of $475) and make the trek from Vancouver to Cultus Lake on a fully-supported bike route from start to finish, with rest stops, food to fuel the journey and fabulous scenery.

This year, Bell Captain Peter Robba 25 year employee at the Pan Pacific – will undergo the 2 day journey in his 19th consecutive year in the race.

“Over 20 years ago my favorite aunt passed away from Cancer which was a huge loss to our entire family. As a tribute to her and to do everything in my power to raise money and awareness to the disease, I decided I’d take the Trek for Life Challenge each year. Also accompanying me on my journey is my good friend Russel Enair. The trip is a great opportunity to raise awareness, for us to bond as friends and to support others who’ve gone through a similar situation”

The Pan Pacific is proud to support Peter’s Trek for LIfe and his passion to raise awareness for Cancer!

For more information on similar events hosted by the BC Lung Association, be sure to check out their upcoming events page.