Here are some pictures that I took from the first few days at Live For 175. There is a story behind most of these photos and I'm glad to share those. Cycle to Break the Cycle in Village at Meridian is happening right now.

Lennox getting in some bike time with daddy
Lennox getting in some bike time with daddy. Photo: Janice Morin

That photo with me and our son cycling to break the cycle of abuse is just a dream come true. I've been doing Live For 175 for ten years and my life has opened up this event to new meaning because of him. I can't imagine what victims and survivors go through and I will never try at portraying that, "I get it." My job over this week is to reach someone that is lost, in a dark place, or just needs an outlet to speak. I can provide that with our amazing team. These faces represent more than you could ever imagine.

Come cycle on Cyclebar's amazing digital stationary bikes. You can see the broadcast LIVE HERE. Feel free to submit your own story RIGHT HERE. If you can't make it down to cycle, please take the pledge and post it to Instagram using this hashtag #Livefor175. You can take that pledge HERE.

I also wanted to invite you to please come visit with us. You don't have to tell a story, go on the radio, or even cycle with us. Just having the support of the community surrounding these victims and survivors is more than enough. I implore anyone who has been affected by abuse to also come be with us. This is a place where nobody judges you and the love are infectious at Live For 175. If you make it out please come grab one of our child abuse prevention wristbands. We made sure to order three different sizes from toddler to adult. These are the symbol we like to show off.

Thanks again and we'll be live from the Village until we hit the 175-hour mark on Saturday, April 29 at 7 p.m.


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