Bicycle Adventure’s 10-week and 4-week rides set to launch

SEATTLE, Wash. — More than two dozen cyclists are arriving today in Seattle as they prepare to set out Saturday morning on the first leg of a 4,000-mile journey to Washington, D.C. on the Fuller Center Bicycle Adventure’s cross-country ride, raising funds and awareness for The Fuller Center for Housing’s mission of helping families have simple, decent places to live.

The 10-week Seattle-to Adventure touches 12 states during its ride that will end August 3 in our nation’s capital. Along the way, the cyclists will see such sights as Yellowstone, Rocky Mountain National Park, Flaming Gorge and Shenandoah National Park while hopping off their bikes for seven build days along the way with local Fuller Center covenant partners.

The Bicycle Adventure also has a four-week Wild West ride beginning June 1 that will cover 1,300 miles through four states during its ride from Moab, Utah to Columbia Falls, Montana, where the big finish will take place on June 30, 2024. Along the way, the cyclists will experience five different national parks while also practicing what they preach as they hop off their bikes for three different build days with Fuller Center partners in Utah.

Since the first ride in 2008, more than 1,800 Fuller Center Bicycle Adventure cyclists have ridden more than 1.7 million cumulative miles and, most importantly, raised more than $4.6 million for The Fuller Center for Housing’s mission of helping families have simple, decent places to live through repair work and new home builds.

Learn more about the Fuller Center Bicycle Adventure at fullercenterbikeadventure.org and follow the riders’ experiences on their social media channels, including on Facebook and Instagram.

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