A contingent of fraternity men peddling across the nation as part of The Ability Experience arrived in Terrell Monday morning and were greeted with a swimming pool, air conditioned motel rooms, hearty meals and a warm welcome.
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Driving the same distance will take about 40 hours. Cycling that, however, is a whole different trek.
Clients of Arrowhead West welcomed a group of fraternity cyclists as they peddled into town on their way to Washington, D.C., on Tuesday.
Grand Island is the halfway point for a group of cross-country bicyclists riding for a cause.
Cheered on by an enthusiastic crowd, fraternity members pedal their way into the hearts of those with disabilities.
For 67 days this summer, Reed Wells is riding his bicycle about 3,600 miles from San Francisco to Washington, D.C.
On Friday, June 26 The Ability Experience's Journey of Hope stopped in Wheatland at the Middle School. The Ability Experience's Journey of Hope is a 4,200 mile cycling event where members of the fraternity Pi Kappa Phi ride across the country to raise awareness and funds for people with disabilities.
Every time we are meeting new people, all the people that we're trying to help, they're always in very high spirits, they're always really happy, they're constantly smiling," said Michael Batres, a cyclist and mentor with The Ability Experience.