One man dreamed of riding his bike across the country to raise money for people with disabilities, but little did he know how much of an impact he would have on his son and fellow TCU Pi Kappa Phi members.
Two University of North Georgia (UNG) students spent their summer breaking a sweat by participating in a cycling fundraiser that covered more than 3,700 miles with members of their national fraternity, Pi Kappa Phi, on a trek across America to raise awareness for those with disabilities.
When the task before them seemed too daunting, Cam Kenney and Will Ford took inspiration from those with greater challenges to meet theirs to the end.
On a Journey of Hope.
After nearly 50 days of cycling, Skyler Roberts was glad to be in familiar territory on Wednesday.
While seeing cyclists in the city of Huntington is not out of the ordinary, seeing dozens trek down 5th Avenue in matching blue and yellow shirts is not something residents see every day.