Pikes Peak Mountain Bike Tours has been a longtime supporter of The Exodus Road, an organization based locally in Woodland Park that works around the world to free victims of slavery.
The Exodus Road was initially started by Matt and Laura Parker who had been living and working SE Asia when they became aware of the lack of resources and coordinated services necessary for a successful anti-trafficking movement. The Parkers started The Exodus road in 2011, and since then, it has grown into a global organization that interviews, trains, equips and supports investigators around the world while coordinating with area police and investigative forces to free victims of human trafficking. To date, they have supported 718 rescues around the world.
Pikes Peak Bike Tours has supported The Exodus Road for several years now, making yearly donations to their mission and attending fundraisers when possible. Just this month, Dylan and 9 of his guides attended a fundraising dinner hosted at The Pinery in Colorado Springs.
Dylan and Jen with Matt Parker (far right) at the fundraising event this month for Exodus Road
A portion of the profits from Pikes Peak Mountain Bike Tours goes to The Exodus Road each year. And you thought your bike tour was just for fun!