Ride For Refugees

Sunday 22nd April 2018

Newport High School: 4333 Factoria Blvd SE, Bellevue, United States

Cycling, 25 Mile


Build a School to benefit multiple Refugee families from Syria- Ride for Refugees

Syria's war has displaced millions of people and left them tired hungry and feeling hopeless. But we have a practical way to bring them hope. Partnering with New Vision, an indigenous non-profit group based in Lebanon, we can help them build a school for these hurting families. In 2017 Our Ride for Refugees funded 2 semi-permanent homes for displaced families. And now, thanks to you, we hope they will build a school.

Help us make a difference in the world by sponsoring a Rider in our Ride for Refugees or by becoming a Rider yourself.


Event details and schedule

Start time is 2pm Sunday April 22nd at Newport High School in Bellevue, WA. We will ride 25 miles around the Southern Half of Lake Washington and across the historic floating I-90 Bridge. We will follow the paved Lake Washington Loop trail which is very scenic and hugs the shore of the Lake.

For those who would prefer a shorter route we will be offering a 12 mile route from Newport High School South to Coulon Park and back.

The route details can be found at: http://www.mapmyride.com/routes/view/1506061900

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Entry fee is $25 and we are asking everyone to try and raise an additional $25. 



Organised by

Soma Eastside

158 1st PL NW, Issaquah

Phone: 206-579-9258

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