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Rob Britton Riding 300 Miles for Mental Health Charity

Rob Britton Riding 300 Miles for Mental Health Charity

Canadian will cover entire length of Vancouver Island in 24 hours.

Rob Britton is always planning his next bike adventure but his latest trip is a special one. Every pedal stroke will help raise funds for the WIRTH Foundation, a group that provides free mental health counseling sessions to those who cannot afford it. 

The 300-mile journey starts in British Columbia's capital of Victoria, traverses the entire length of Vancouver Island, and finishes in Port Hardy this Saturday. 

The chosen name for his adventure? The UsIslander. Support Rob's journey, see the epic route he has planned and contribute to the Wirth Foundation via his website. 

Learn more at theupislander.com

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