Brothers Ryan Hendran (L) and Mark Hendren (R) will be riding in the Canadian Cancer Society’s Cops for Cancer, Tour de Rock Sept. 23 to Oct. 6. (Arnold Lim / Black Press)

Tour de Rock Vlog 4: The Hendren Brothers

Brothers Ryan and Mark Hendren’s road to riding the 2017 Tour de Rock included overcoming a harrowing journey with cancer.

This episode of Arnold Lim’s Tour de Rock video blog focuses on Mark and Ryan Hendren, two brothers riding this year, who overcame the adversity of cancer together.

The 2017 Tour de Rock team, including Black Press rider Arnold Lim, will ride more than 1,000 km down Vancouver Island raising money for children with paediatric cancer.

Our previous Tour de Rock Video Blog posts.

Watch for episode 5 coming next week on Camp Goodtimes.

The Hendren brothers and Arnold Lim host their next Tour de Rock fundraising event Aug. 13.

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