Driving the same distance will take about 40 hours. Cycling that, however, is a whole different trek.
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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.