Prepare yourself for the ride of a lifetime. Idaho is filled with the most incredible views. From mountains, to deserts, to vineyards and orchards, there is nothing boring about Western Idaho. We begin our 5 day journey entering the breath-taking land just north of Boise. There is a view of the whole valley that will give you goosebumps. Day 2 you'll find yourself entering into Oregon and riding the hills that make this area of the country so unique. Day 3 hold onto your oxen, the Oregon Trail will be visible from the route today! Day 4 will take us south of Boise and along the Snake River, while day 5 brings us to the base of the mountains before heading to downtown Boise and a stop at the state capitol.
If all of those were not enough, you'll be experiencing it with our beneficiaries from Wipe Every Tear who plan to join us and share the joys and struggles of rescuing sex-trafficked girls in the Philippines. It will be a tour like none other. Join us and explore the Wild West with Ends Cycling and Wipe Every Tear.
Got questions? Visit our FAQ page or email our #IDBR2021 Ride Directors, Nick & Christal Haner at or
For The Youth Of:
The Reason We Ride...
On this tour you will be riding for the youth of the Philippines. Here is a word from our beneficiary ministry there called Wipe Every Tear.
Wipe Every Tear is committed to bringing hope and healing in the lives of women trafficked in the sex trade in the Philippines. From safe places to call home, education
through college, and holistic healing, women have the opportunity to have their lives fully restored.
Safe homes are an integral part of Wipe Every Tear’s mission. These homes serve as places of safety where women are provided with all of the essentials for living, including a bed, food, and educational tools. Fully believing in holistic care, their medical and dental needs are also covered, as well as discipleship and counseling. This all-encompassing approach is crucial to healing and transformation.
One cannot even work in entry-level jobs, such as fast food, without a 4-year college degree. This inequality gap leaves women vulnerable to being trafficked, as it is one of the very few ways to earn a bit of money without a degree. In such an overly populated nation like the Philippines, of 104.9 million people, jobs are a rare find.
Trafficking is defined as the exploitation of vulnerability, which is exactly the position that extreme poverty leaves many of the women who are tricked into the sex trade. Education allows women to create a bright future for themselves and their loved ones. In many areas, a college degree or vocational training means the ability to find a job that can sustain her family. Education through the college level is key to breaking the chains of sex trafficking.
Wipe Every Tear began taking meals into the bars of Angeles City, Philippines, early in 2019 as an additional outreach to night-time conversation with women and girls who are currently exploited in the sex trade. This meal outreach has already built more trust with these girls, and bar staff, allowing us to have fruitful interactions and conversations during the day as compared to night. Around 100-200 meals are distributed once a week, all lovingly placed into hands on the Walking Street. This shows how almost every person that is “working” in this Red Light District is there due to extreme poverty. Many women earn only ~$2-$5 per night at a bar per 12-hour shift, so there is little money for food. Meeting this tangible need is a significant way to bring the love and hope of Jesus into this region.
Wipe Every Tear’s hope is to utilize the prayers and funds raised from this tour to fund higher volume meal outreaches that will significantly increase the trust-building with girls who have been exploited by sex trafficking. We hope that they will choose freedom and move into our care as a result of this new, impactful facet of our ministry. Will you help us reach this goal and #PrayPedalRepeat for the women of the Philippines?
What do I get when I Register?
Pre-Field Orientation - June 25 at 1:30p - 7p*
June 26 - 30, 2021
Starts and ends in Boise, ID
Hill City Church
615 North 9th Street
Boise, ID 83702
Cyclists - $399
w/ $1000 Fundraising Pledge **
Children 12 & Under - FREE ***
Support Staff - $250
(Fundraising encouraged but
Only 5 days worth of AWESOMENESS!
Well, and a few other things that are listed here.
A place to stay every night of the event (hotels are an optional cost to you)
Breakfast & Lunch every day
Snacks throughout the event (energy gels, granola bars, fruit, etc.)
Ends Cycling Jersey (by Primal – no jersey for support staff)
Laundry services every evening (for cycling clothing only)
Official Tour T-Shirt (Cyclists & Support Staff)
A support vehicle (S.A.G.) dedicated to your group loaded with
water, air pumps, tubes, snacks, etc.)
Full-time Event Photographer when possible (you get free
access to the pics after the event!)
Corporate worship every night.
Custom Thank You cards to send to all of your supporters.
Water bottle (for cyclists only)
Transportation back to starting line
Airport transportation (where applicable)
Cycling training in orientation
Experienced Group Leaders
And More! See the Riders Handbook for more details.
*Participants are strongly encouraged to be at the starting location at 1:30pm, the day before for check-in for this important Pre-field Orientation. We will get to know each other, have a safety presentation and training ride.
**Fundraising Goal: $1000 (Minimum $500). Participants will not be eligible to ride if the minimum funds are not raised by event start date. If you have not raised the minimum by the start date, you will be expected to pay the balance the day the ride begins.
Thank you for your understanding.
***We love for families to get involved together! The parent is expected to be present during the whole week. It is recommended that children under age 15 participate in a Support Staff role. Children 12 and under are FREE (unless otherwise noted - example: a Super Family Friendly type tour with kid activities, events, that would have an additional cost, etc.).
How Are Your Cycling Groups Organized?
An experienced Team Leader will lead a team of 4-10 cyclists throughout the multi-day event. Riders will be grouped depending on their strengths and preferences. You are welcome to choose which group you wish to be in ahead of time. (If you're not sure you can do it, go get a cycling computer and see where you are at!) A suggested 10 week training schedule is available to you in our tour handbooks.
It’s our recommendation no one changes groups unless absolutely necessary. The reason that we ride in groups is for your safety. We would love for you to grow deep relationships with people in your group.
Break Away - 16+ mph average
Paceline - 14-15 mph average
Journey Lovers - 12-13 mph average
SEE Train - 10-11 mph average
D Group - >9mph average (will likely not finish all miles each day)
PLEASE NOTE: "Average" means over the course of a 60-80 mile day, the actual pedaling speed that your computer will read at the end of your ride (taking into account elevation). This means you will at times, be riding at 2-4 M.P.H. above your actual "average" for the day. These averages will change on international tours.