Bike rally rolls through Cornwall

In this Thursday, Aug. 3, 2017 supplied photo, cyclists celebrate their arrival at a nourishment checkpoint in Lamoureux Park in Cornwall, Ont. Over 300 cyclists are on a journey from Toronto to Montreal as part of an HIV/AIDS fundraiser. (Supplied via Newswatch Group)

CORNWALL – More than 300 cyclists trickled through Cornwall this afternoon (Thursday) on their journey from Toronto to Montreal.

The bikers from the PWA’s Friends For Life Bike Rally are raising money to support people living with HIV/AIDS.

Today’s trek – day five of their six day journey – saw them travel from Johnstown to Lancaster.

You can read more about the fundraising ride here.

In its 19 year history, the 600 kilometer rally has raised over $15 million for the Toronto People With AIDS Foundation (PWA).