FDCD used the motivation of cyclists over the country to mobilize them for a cause: spreading the message of peace on the day of remembrance of the civil war in Lebanon. To do this, they cycled 194 km from Tyr (south) to Tripoli (north) over two days, passing through historical significant locations where the wounds of the Lebanese civil war still meaningful for the society. The convoy of seventy cyclists was followed by a well decorated bus with Lebanese flags, partly as logistical support for the cyclists, but also to represent the incident that triggered the Lebanese Civil War in 1975. Cyclists moved from the south to the north while spreading the message of peace and asking to sign on a Lebanese flag as a personal commitment for not going back to civil war or violent conflict.
As requested by most of the participants, this event will become a yearly cycle for peace event.