Bicycle Adventurers repair roof in Springfield, Ohio, as summer journey nears end

Bicycle Adventurers repair roof in Springfield, Ohio, as summer journey nears end

“This is how we enjoy our summer,” Fuller Center Bicycle Adventure leader Connor Ciment tells the Springfield News-Sun, which caught up with the fundraising and awareness-building cyclists Wednesday in Springfield, Ohio, where Orange Ride cyclists (the first of two batches of cyclists on this year’s record-breaking ride) were repairing a roof with the Clark County Fuller Center for Housing. “Cycling is a passion of all of ours and we really enjoy pairing it with a service-filled mission such as this.”

The 3,500-mile Adventure from Seattle to Washington, D.C., concludes on Aug. 13. The ride set out to raise $250,000 for The Fuller Center’s work but already has surpassed $283,000. The cyclists have set a new goal to raise $300,000. Click here to help them reach it!

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The Fuller Center’s Jessica McClain broadcasted live from the roof on Wednesday. You can see her report and interviews with riders in the short video below:

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Chris Johnson is the Director of Communications for The Fuller Center for Housing, a multi-award-winning columnist for the Columbus (Ga.) Ledger-Enquirer and author of 4 books.

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