The century (a ride of 100 miles or more) was a 116-mile ride from Huntington, West Virginia to Paris, Kentucky. We all expected the ride to be easy and flat because it was 116 miles, right? Wrong. There were a ton of hills and the last 30-40 miles had pretty much no flats. For me, […]

It’s five in the morning and I just loaded my luggage into the trailer. Today we’re riding 116 miles––the longest distance on our trip as well as all of Bike and Build––to Paris, Kentucky. Today we’ll be following the 90/90 rule: if it’s over 90 degrees or we’re riding over 90 miles we get two […]

Last night, we stayed at a cold shelter in Chambersburg after an easy 50 mile ride from Harrisburg. A cold shelter is a homeless shelter for winter and early spring months, typically December through April. Though the place was a bit more unkempt than a typical church we might stay in (I found broken glass […]

Hello, readers! I’m currently in the capital of Pennsylvania at St. Stephen’s Episcopal Church, right across the street from a beautiful view of the Susquehanna River. I’ll give you the low down of our build day today so you can get an impression of what a typical build is like here in the B&B world.  […]

Article in Hartford Courant about my route, P2C13! Check out this cute little article a local paper wrote about us last night. Get to know my teammates and our mission! 

Today was our absolute first real ride headed west! We started the day at 6 am with breakfast graciously prepared by our host, St. Martin’s Episcopal Church in Providence. Then we packed up and rode down to the Narragansett boat house and dipped our back wheels in the Atlantic, which complements dipping our front wheels […]