Blind cyclists ride into Pattaya on fund-raising trek

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20 blind cyclists, guided by 20 escorts are cycling 1,500 kilometers across 15 provinces from Feb. 9-22 to raise funds for the ASEAN Vocational Training Center in Chiang Mai that gives blind and disabled people more opportunities to be self-sufficient.
20 blind cyclists, guided by 20 escorts are cycling 1,500 kilometers across 15 provinces from Feb. 9-22 to raise funds for the ASEAN Vocational Training Center in Chiang Mai that gives blind and disabled people more opportunities to be self-sufficient.

Forty blind cyclists and their escorts stopped for a photo op in Sattahip during their trek across the country to raise funds for a vocational-training center for the disabled.

Sattahip assistant district chiefs Pikul Sopa and Sittiporn Sangsawang joined Na­jomtien Moo 6 village chief Duanjit Subna at the “Cycling with No One Left Behind” event Feb. 11.

The 20 blind cyclists, guided by 20 escorts are cycling 1,500 kilometers across 15 provinces from Feb. 9-22 to raise funds the ASEAN Vocational Training Center in Chiang Mai to give blind and disabled people more opportunities to be self-sufficient.