The Cops for Kids charity ride rolled into Nelson on Monday morning

The Cops for Kids charity ride rolled into Nelson on Monday morning

Cops for Kids swing through Nelson

The charity ride made a stop at the RCMP detachment on Monday morning.

Twenty five cycling cops hurtled under the big orange bridge and swung down for a rest stop at the RCMP detachment during the Cops for Kids charity ride Monday morning. They were greeted by local supporters Che and Aven Steffler, as well as Nelson Mayor Deb Kozak, RCMP Insp. Tom Roy and a crowd of cheering well-wishers.

Local participants Rob Crowder, Karen Armstrong and Mike Kosof were amidst the gaggle of southeast interior law enforcement officers, which was riding to raise money and awareness for children in need in our community. As of Monday morning, they had raised $3,052.