It was a ride that took them across the country raising money and awareness for multiple sclerosis and on Sunday, an Edmonton police constable and his dad rode back into Edmonton: mission accomplished.
Covering almost 12,000 kilometres in 34 days, Const. Chris Anderson and his dad Dave, a retired Edmonton Police officer, returned home after a cross-country trip to raise money and awareness for multiple sclerosis.
Anderson’s sister Erin was diagnosed with MS last year and it was her battle with the disease that inspired the pair to take on the challenge.
“It was incredible. It went by really fast,” Anderson said.