Bicycling 3,700 miles across the country is made easier, riders say, by the type of greeting they received Monday in Grand Island.
A group of fraternity brothers pedaled into Omaha Thursday afternoon as part of a 12,000-mile journey to raise awareness.
The city of Fort Worth welcomed a philanthropic cycling team that made a stop in ‘Cowtown.’
Thirty bikers and eight crew members set out on a journey from Seattle, Washington on June 7 to reach Washington D.C. on August 12 for the annual bike ride, Journey of Hope.
The University Sertoma Club of Lincoln hosted the Journey of Hope cyclists of Pi Kappa Phi Fraternity brothers from across the nation July 12 for a picnic dinner at Antelope Park.
A team of 20 men from across the nation, all members of the Pi Kappa Phi fraternity, came to the Woodlands camp from July 2 to 6 as part of a service-learning construction event called Build America.
The Boys & Girls Club of Northwest Colorado in Craig housed a group of 38 cyclists and crew members Thursday night en route from San Francisco to Washington, D.C., to raise funds and awareness for people with disabilities.