October 11, 2022 1 min read

ALMSTHRE cycling bags supports Pedal the Pacific

What is Pedal the Pacific?

Pedal the Pacific started in 2017 by 3 cyclists: Grace, Sara, and Savannah. They set out to pedal down the west cost (some 1,700 miles) to raise awareness as well to raise funds to combat domestic sex trafficking.  

 

 

ALMSTHRE was happy to support their cause by providing riders with products in 2022. 

Get involved

What can you do?

Go for a ride

Join the team

Donate

Become a sponsor

Ride from Seattle to San Diego

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Rob wessels
Rob wessels



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