Rather than use summer break to unwind from a long school year, University of Idaho senior and Pi Kappa Phi fraternity member Jacob Hruska spent his summer leading a group of 27 cyclists across America in a 67-day cross-country bicycle ride.
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The numbers from Chris Heggenberger's bike ride across the United States speak volumes Ñ 4,396 miles, 72 days and 14 states.
A bike ride across 32 different states, spanning nearly 12,000 miles is an accomplishment five Pi Kappa Phi brothers of the Theta Xi Chapter at ASU completed over the summer.
This endeavor, titled Journey of Hope, seeks to raise awareness for people with special needs.
Wrapping his left arm around a basketball Adrian Harvey, rubbed the top for luck before tossing it easily into the net.
A group of cyclists made a stop in the area Thursday afternoon to help raise awareness for disabilities.
The Journey of Hope had the chance to take part in a Carolina Miracle League baseball game in Spartanburg, South Carolina on Wednesday, July 29.
When 20 members of the Pi Kappa Phi Fraternity return to campus this fall, they'll have quite a story to share about how they spent the summer. The members are nearing the end of a journey which began in Seattle and will end in Washington D.C. It's the Journey of Hope put on by The Ability Experience.
It's the largest fraternal fundraiser of its time. It is called the Journey of Hope and it is put on annually by Pi Kappa Phi Fraternity and their non-profit, The Ability Experience.