WE'RE CYCLING FOR WATER
Meet Eleanor Allen and Cycling For Water
Water For People CEO Eleanor Allen was a rider for team Cycling for Water in 2019 when she and three teammates from long-time Water For People supporter EA Engineering, Science & Technology, Inc., PBC conquered the Race Across America (RAAM).
Now Eleanor and her partner David are back for another Cycling for Water challenge – this time riding 930 miles in the Race Across the West (RAW) to raise money for Water For People.
Thanks for following along on Cycling for Water’s journey at Race Across the West! Watch Eleanor Allen’s video as she shares a post-race update – it may just encourage you to fundraise for Water For People and create your own Ripple Effect.
0PEOPLE WITHOUT WATER
Having drinking water is a basic necessity that many of us take for granted, but nearly 1 in 3 people in the world lack access to clean water.
Water For People is committed to reaching everyone with water and sanitation services, forever.
The signature event for Cycling for Water this year is the Race Across the West. In June 2021, Eleanor and David will race nonstop more than 930 miles in 4 days across the western US, climbing 55,000+ feet, to raise money and awareness for clean water and sanitation services.
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2019 RACE ACROSS AMERICA
The 2019 Cycling for Water Race Across America team took on the world’s toughest bike race – traveling 3,000+ miles coast to coast in just over seven days – to raise awareness and money for Water For People. Eleanor Allen was a rider along with three teammates (Jeff Boltz, Lou Barinka, and Walt Migdal) from EA Engineering, Science, & Technology, Inc., PBC. A team from EA also did the 2017 RAAM as their first cycling fundraiser for Water For People.
Team Cycling for Water raised nearly $100,000 for Water For People in 2019 and is going for that goal again in 2021!