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Bicyclists pedal to help Coloradans afford home energy

05 Sep. 2017

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Bicyclists pedal to help Coloradans afford home energy

Hardy bicyclists representing Colorado’s electric cooperatives are pedaling 177 miles during the Sept. 15-17 “Pedal the Plains Bicycle Tour” to raise money for Energy Outreach Colorado’s programs to help low-income Coloradans afford home energy.

The Touchstone Energy Cooperatives’ team - Powering the Plains – is participating in the 6th annual three-day ride across Colorado’s eastern plains. The team welcomes online donations now through the race.

The electric co-ops also are co-sponsoring the tour, which begins in Kersey and goes through Keenesburg, Brush and back to Kersey. The co-ops will have energy education displays along the route.

Energy Outreach Colorado thanks the members and sponsors of the Powering the Plains team for their amazing commitment to the communities in which they work and live.

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