I ride for all whose inherent sanctity as a human has been stolen. For everyone made in the image of our Creator, that has been desecrated into an object for sale.
I ride to bring awareness and action to the injustice that is occurring worldwide, domestically, and in our own communities.
I ride because I have the freedom that so many women and other victims of trafficking are stripped of. I want to use that freedom--my body and my voice--to join the fight for healing and justice.
I want to learn how to better advocate and be a part of a group of women taking small steps toward a world where no one’s dignity is for sale.
I ride because I don’t want to be a passive spectator to sex-trafficking when I have the ability and resources to be an agent of change against it.
I ride because I believe in the power of intention in getting the word out about exploitation. Doing something this out of the box will start conversations, thus, bringing awareness to a subject that most shy away from.
I ride to turn questions of a bike ride to conversations about awareness for all who are withheld from their basic humans rights. Every woman, man, and child deserves the choice of freedom.
I ride to do what I can with what I have. I ride to shed light on the injustices of human trafficking and to seek justice for those impacted by it.