Danville, VA-- Almost 4,000 miles! That's how far a group of 36 college students from all over the nation are cycling to raise money and awareness for people with disabilities.
Bicyclists pedaling across the United States stopped at Holy Angels in Belmont on Friday to eat lunch with residents.
A group of fraternity men from across the country are making a stop in Toledo on Tuesday during the journey of their lives.
The University Sertoma Club of Lincoln hosted the Journey of Hope cyclists of Pi Kappa Phi fraternity brothers from across the nation on July 2 for a picnic dinner at Antelope Park. The University Sertoma, a service organization whose focus is providing service and cash donations to people and organizations in need in the Lincoln area, has sponsored an annual meal for nearly 15 years for the team during their stop in Lincoln.
MILWAUKEE (WITI) Ñ From one end of the country to the next Ñ all on bikes! It's called "Journey of Hope" and it's a ride to reach people with disabilities.
Cyclist Nosh Vincent is a member of the Pi Kappa Phi Fraternity at the University of Texas at Dallas. He and his brothers are cycling across the country to raise money and awareness for people with disabilities.