A Troy University fraternity spent a week riding a bike on Troy University’s main quad to raise money to help people with disabilities, but even though they were doing plenty of pedaling they didn’t actually travel very far.
The brothers of Pi Kappa Phi took turns riding a stationary bike throughout the week as a fundraiser for their fraternity’s philanthropy project “The Ability Experience” which aids people with disabilities.
The Bike-a-thon is inspired by a national project put on by members of Pi Kappa Phi.
“The Journey of Hope is where some of our brothers volunteer to bike from California to D.C.,” says Pi Kappa Phi brother Jack Smyth. “This is in honor of that. So that’s why we are on the bike the entire week.”
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