Not even rain could stop the Faith Refuge Cycling Team from getting a practice ride in this afternoon.
They are preparing for the Hotter N' Hell Hundred coming up on August 24th.
They call themselves the "Team Faith Spokesmen" and this is the second year they will be taking part in the big ride.
It's all to help raise funds to operate Faith Mission and Faith Refuge for Women.
Director of Marketing and Development Vicky Payne says the team is open to any rider, of any age or skill level.
Riders are asked to make a minimal personal donation which will pay for their uniform.
They can also choose the distance they wish to travel when the big day arrives.
Anyone interested in signing up can go to----> www.TEAMFAITHSPOKESMEN.ORG
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