Category: Bike Adventure

Bike, Build, Bonding – By Aaron Alaman

Bike, Build, Bonding – By Aaron Alaman

Build 3 – Virginia Beach, Va / Hampton, Va This morning we woke up at 6:30 a.m. to start a Fuller Center Bike Adventure first… Bike and build in the same day! We packed up the trailer and van and left Providence Mennonite Church who housed us for two nights. After a grueling 7-mile bike […]

Have Birthday, Will Travel – By Ivan Cunningham

Have Birthday, Will Travel – By Ivan Cunningham

Today was another nice, easy, 81-mile day. It was only 94 degrees which was a much welcome break from yesterday’s ridiculous 104-plus degree. Sadly, this was Jonny’s last ride with us, as he will be leaving us when we depart from the Virginia Beach, Va. area. On a happier note, I got to celebrate my […]

Beating the heat – By Brett Safran

Beating the heat – By Brett Safran

Waking at 5:30 this morning, our fearless group left the comfort of Stafford Crossing Community Church and embarked on the 81-mile journey that would take us to Midlothian, Va.; home of the Clover Hill Assembly of God. Waking up that early is rough, but it sure beats riding in the sweltering afternoon heat. While riding sweep, Kyle and […]

Here we come, there we go – By Tony Campbell

Here we come, there we go – By Tony Campbell

Soon after we awoke this morning there was a knock on the door of the newly renovated Fuller Center house where we are staying on Lambert Street in Manassas Park, Va. Jonny Fath had arrived to join Segment 3 of the ride – Washington, D. C. to Virginia Beach. Welcome, Jonny! We divided into two groups for our […]

Ryan's Video Blog – A big announcement on July 4

Trip leader Ryan Iafigliola makes a big announcement in front of the U.S. Capitol in Washington, D.C. SUBMIT THIS FORM to express your interest in (and to stay up-to-date with) the 2011 ride today! Official registration will open in the fall. Want to ride this summer? You can still join the team through August! Check out the […]

Short but monumental! – By Kendra Nissley

Short but monumental! – By Kendra Nissley

I’ve noticed that I tend to avoid large groups of people. Just ask my roommate, who invites me to contra-dancing and other fun events (which involve large groups of people) at least 4-5 times before I go along.. if at all! But throw bicycles into the mix, and I’m there! I’ll even take time off […]