Ride Proclamation!

If my people, which are called by my name, shall humble themselves, and pray, and seek my face, and turn from their wicked ways; then will I hear from heaven, and will forgive their sin, and will heal their land. 2 Chronicles 7:14

Follow The Spirit Ride!

Follow Lowell White as rides his bike from Palmdale to the Louisiana/Texas border. Lowell will be updating this on a regular basis. Listen to audio or watch video from the trip, or visit the live gallery to see pictures from the 2014 Spirit Ride.

North Battleford to Saskatoon


I cycled  from North Battleford to Langham Saskatchewan which was over 100 kilometers and that equals to 60 plus miles.  I was given  the location of the RV Park by several people in route to the town.

The campground was full so the owner allowed me to camp on his property and  returned my registration fee.  He also invited me to the weekly pot-luck  that night.  After eating I introduced myself and  gave my testimony.  The atmosphere afterwards was one of blessing for me the RV park owners and members.

I left the camp the next morning in route to Saskatoon on Thursday the nineteenth 2010.  I arrived at the information center around 1pm, after receiving directions from the representative I cycled downtown and stopped by City Hall,  the mayor was not in.  I got information about a local hotel and secured a room for the night.  The young man on the desk was excited about what I was doing  and sowed seed into God’s Ministry, “The Holy Spirit is Here”  The next day Friday,  I located a restaurant that made Saskatoon Pie:)  the name of the restaurant was Fuddruckers.  I was told about Saskatoon Pie  by  a retired police officer from Saskatoon while cycling in Haines Junction.(which was a 1,000 miles in the past).

The mayor of Saskatoon called me on Friday and apologized that he was not able to meet with me.  He was gracious and wished me luck on the rest of my trek.  I cycled back to the hotel got a room for the night and prayed and talked with my wife about what I should do next and had a good nights sleep.  I only cycled 25 miles from Saskatoon  to Dundurn, while cycling  I had the opportunity to minister to some persons at a gas station.  Cycling out of a large city is always difficult because of not being allowed to cycle on the freeway.  I have to find parallel routes to cycle until the freeway becomes highway again.  I was happy to talk to the “Spirit Riders” ministry group at the Highland Church during their Orientation Meeting on Saturday.  It was exciting to me to know  they were continuing to carry the mission of the Spirit Riders which is to:  First establish a relationship with the Lord, love and pray for each other, learn the rules of the road and cycling safety and to have fun while doing it. My trek ended about 3pm in Dundurn where I secured campgrounds and retired for the day.  I will plan to go to church on Sunday.  Thank you for the prayers and support from everyone that is in contact with me on this trek.  Spirit Rider Out.

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  1. Grace says:

    Hope you enjoy your day of rest today, Lowell. May it strengthen your
    body and may the Lord give you guidance on the parallel route.


  2. Mike says:

    Hi Lowell,

    I trust the folks at Dutch Cycle in Regina were able to repair your bike and you are safely on your way. I have been reading your blog with great interest. It fills my heart with joy to see how people open themselves to you. Although we cycled together for such a short distance I was able to see you are an open and caring individual. May the wind always be on your back (in Saskatchewan we always have lots of wind but it’s not often on your back).


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