Journey Of Hope: Fraternity Cyclists Bike Across Country To Raise Funds And Disability Awareness

A beautiful story about 30 young cyclists who are biking across the country to raise money and spread awareness for people with disabilities.

The group is traveling what they call The Journey of Hope.  They started their ride in Seattle, Washington, and will end in Washington D.C. They recently made a stop, right here in Beckley, on Friday.

The cyclists are a part of the “Ability Experience”, a philanthropy that is owned by the fraternity Pi Kappa Phi. They will travel more than 4,000 miles throughout the course of the summer.

These are some of the photos that one of the cyclists that’s on the journey, Matthew George, sent to us, and when I asked him what’s the main thing he’s gotten from this experience he said, “To keep on giving and never stop pedaling!”

The group’s next stop in their journey is in Roanoke, Virginia.

If you’d like to donate, follow the directions on this link:¬†https://www.classy.org/fundraise?fcid=725844

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