Climate Cyclists stop in Siouxland
A group seeking to bring awareness and solutions to climate change made a stop in Sioux City tonight.
"Low Carbon Crossings" are biking 4,000 miles across the country to raise awareness and money for climate causes.
The stop in Sioux City comes as the cyclists head from Sioux Falls to Omaha and from there across the state of Iowa.
"It does inspire people, you know a lot of people say that's not something I would do. Wow I'm really surprised by your commitment to that. So, it shows that and it also makes us a lot more approachable on bicycles than on a car," said Mindy and Ryan Hall.
The riders hope to make it to Washington, D. C. by November 13th.
If you'd like to donate to their cause you can do so here.