Brenda Trenholme cycled 13,000 km along the Silk Route from China to Istanbul in 2018 to raise money for the Kenya Education Endowment Fund (KEEF). She will give a presentation about her trip in Qualicum Beach on June 4. - Submitted photo

Cyclist in Qualicum Beach to talk journey along Silk Route

Brenda Trenholme will be at St. Stevens United Church on June 4

Cyclist Brenda Trenholme, who travelled 13,000 kilometres along the Silk Route from China to Istanbul is coming to Qualicum Beach to present her journey through stories and photos and will speak about the fundraising initiative that was at the heart of her trip.

The presentation is a fundraiser to benefit the Kenya Education Endowment Fund.

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The show will highlight the logistics, geography, history and culture of Trenholme’s challenging ride through remote landscapes. Those in attendance will experience the wind of the Gobi Desert, the lush alpine region of western Siberia, the sheer awe of the Pamir Mountains and the treasures of the Middle East.

The event is on Tuesday, June 4 at 7 p.m. at St. Stevens United Church (150 Village Way, Qualicum Beach). Admission is by donation.

— NEWS staff, submitted

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