Twenty-four cyclists from universities around the country are riding eight hours a day to promote acceptance for people with disabilities.
Category: Journey of Hope
Members of the Push America Journey of Hope team, which included 24 bicycle riders, pulled into Grand Island on Monday morning to a rousing welcome from members of the Arc of Central Nebraska, which is hosting the riders during their two-day visit.
Grand Island, NE - Two dozen bicyclists are taking a break from pedaling more than 4,000 miles across the country with a stop in Grand Island.
A Marshalltown Police Department escort of 35 bicyclists mixed with cheers from children on Marshalltown's Main Street will break the usual quiet of a Sunday morning July 6.
For nearly 40 years the Pi Kappa Phi Fraternity has made an annual cross-country journey supporting individuals with disabilities. This year is no exception.
MONROE - On July 9, a group of fraternity men will be in Monroe as a stop on the journey of their lives.
TOPEKA, Kan. (June 20, 2014) - On July 6, a group of fraternity 19 cyclists and 8 crew members men will be in Topeka. The group are participating in Push America's Journey of Hope, a 4,200-mile cycling event across the country. From Seattle to Washington D.C., the men will be cycling to raise funds and awareness for people with disabilities.
Cheyenne, WY (KGWN) - Fraternity brothers of Pi Kappa Phi are biking across the country to help those with disabilities on their "Journey of Hope". They made a stop in Cheyenne Saturday on their 4,300 mile journey from Seattle to Washington D.C.
At the end of a 90-mile bike ride, most would be ready to kick back and relax after a lengthy workout, but the group of fraternity brothers who rode into Craig on Thursday were far from done.