Fuller Center Bicycle Adventure

East Coast Route
West Coast Route
The Schedule
Opportunities to Join
Natchez Trace Spring Ride


The East Coast Route

We are incredibly excited about the two routes we have this year! The East Coast ride will take place first – Beginning in Maine, we’ll travel down the coast through 13 states and eventually make our way to the southernmost point in the continental United States – Key West!

You will have the chance to visit some very historic and popular East Coast towns on the ride, including Williamsburg, St. Augustine, Savannah, and Charleston. The trip will cover a little over 2,000 miles over 38 days, with an average of 75 miles/day on the days we bike. You will also get a chance to get your hands dirty on a few Fuller Center builds. This will truly be an incredible ride filled with many great stops. 

To get a closer look at the ride, use the navigation tools in the upper left corner of the map to zoom in. However, keep in mind that this map is a rough approximation and is not the exact turn-by-turn route we will be taking. View the day-to-day schedule below. 
 


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The West Coast Route

After the East Coast ride, we will head out west to ride along the breathtakingly beautiful Pacific coast. This trip will start in Seattle and wind down the hilly coast of Oregon, which is well-known as one of the best touring rides in the United States! We will then enter the very diverse California coast, where we we’ll see massive redwoods, stunning coastline views, and lush farmlands. We’ll end the ride in San Diego, which is where this event began 5 years ago!

This trip will cover over 1,650 miles in 31 days, with an average of 74 miles/day on the days we bike. It will be different from past rides in that it will only feature two build days, but it will give us the chance to spread the word about our ministry in areas that haven’t heard of the Fuller Center.

To get a closer look at the ride, use the navigation tools in the upper left corner of the map to zoom in. However, keep in mind that this map is a rough approximation only and is not the exact turn-by-turn route we will be taking. View the day-to-day schedule below.


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The Schedule

Clicking on any of the days on the schedule will give you more detailed information about that day. You can also choose to download a printable version of the schedule.

 

Opportunities to Join

Whole Way – East Coast: Saco, ME to Key West, FL (May 25 – July 1)

Segment 1: Saco, ME to Tabernacle, NJ (May 25 – June 3)
Segment 2: Tabernacle, NJ to Williamsburg, VA (June 2 – 10)
Segment 3: Williamsburg, VA to Charleston,  SC (June 10 – 17)
Segment 4: Charleston, SC to Daytona Beach, FL (June 17 – 24)
Segment 5: Daytona Beach, FL to Key West, FL (June 24 – July 1)

Whole Way – West Coast: Seattle, WA to San Diego, CA (July 13 – Aug. 12)

Segment 1: Seattle, WA to North Bend, OR (July 13 – 20)
Segment 2: North Bend, OR to San Francisco, CA (July 20 – 29)
Segment 3: San Francisco, CA to Santa Barbara, CA (July 29 – Aug. 5)
Segment 4: Santa Barbara, CA to San Diego (Aug. 5 – 12)

Or join for a day!

 

If cycling isn’t your thing but you want to help out, take a look at other ways to participate.

Natchez Trace Spring Ride

 

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The Schedule:
3/9     Riders arrive in Nashville, TN
3/10   Orientation
3/11   Bike to Williamsport, TN (56 miles)
3/12   Bike to Collinwood, TN (58 miles)
3/13   Bike to Saltillo, AL (88 miles)
3/14   Bike to Houston, MS (50 miles)
3/15   Build Day
3/16   Bike to Kosciusko, MS (76 miles)
3/17   Bike to Jackson, MS (72 miles)
3/18   Riders Depart

Click here to learn more details about our one week long spring ride.

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