Bicycle Adventure director: Until you dig deeper, this ride makes no sense

Fuller Center Bicycle Adventure Director Connor Ciment was praying for direction in his life when he decided to take a trip across the country in 2015 — on his bike when the Adventure traveled 4,000 miles from Oceanside, Calif., to Portland, Maine. Within a week, he had that direction for which he had been praying and has gone from rider to leader. Connor spoke last week to The Berkeley Independent in South Carolina while leading this year’s East Coast ride from Maine to Key West about how this Adventure may not make sense on the surface. But it makes perfect sense when you understand the motivating factors.

Click here to read the entire article in The Berkeley Independent.

The Bicycle Adventure is nearing the all-time
fundraising mark of $2 million. Click here to help
them reach this year’s ambitious goal!


  • We were very happy to meet Connor and the whole group. We welcomed their overnight stay at Nativity of Our Lady in Darien, GA. They were a wonderful group of all ages and seemed to be having fun even in riding in the heat. Safe travels to all and thank you for spreading the important message of giving people a hand up.

    • These trips are not possible without our hosts along the way. Hope y’all know you’re now a part of a record-breaking year for our Adventure. They’ve already surpassed their previous fundraising record, and all of that money will go to helping people have decent places to live — spreading the Gospel through action! Thank you!


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