Mountain bike riders set out from Denike Street in Summerland

Bicycle race

Mountain bike riders set out from Denike Street in Summerland during the third annual Test of Humanity Race held on Sunday.

Mountain bike riders set out from Denike Street in Summerland, for the Four-Hour Test category, in the third annual Test of Humanity Race  held on Sunday.

The objective was to do as many loops of the 9.75-kilometre course as possible in four hours.

There were several different races held during the event, for all ages and skill levels. The main goal of the race is to raise money for the Canadian Humanitarian Association.

Registrants were also asked to bring a donation for the South Okanagan Food Bank.

To view  what has been accomplished by this initiative go to



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