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‘Journey of Hope’: Cyclists raising awareness from coast to coast

'Journey of Hope': Cyclists raising awareness from coast to coast

OMAHA, Neb. — Dozens of cyclists biking across the United States in a “Journey of Hope” stopped in Omaha today. They’re raising awareness for those…

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OMAHA, Neb. —

Dozens of cyclists biking across the United States in a “Journey of Hope” stopped in Omaha today.

They’re raising awareness for those living with disabilities at every stop.

The Ability Experience is putting on the Pi Kappa Phi Fraternity initiative.

After starting the journey in San Francisco, they’ll eventually finish in Washington D.C.

The group of cyclists covers about 70 miles per day.

One cyclist says this “journey of hope” is personal to him."I actually have a cousin that has disabilities. And seeing all that he goes through each day, he motivates me, and he’s a hero to me. That’s why I want to give back to people like him in the best way possible, and I feel like this is a great way to do so,” Cole Bright said. Recommended Safeguarding the Midterms: Election leaders say misinformation, threats remain top concerns Their stop in Omaha marks the halfway point in their trip, with 30 more days until they reach Washington, D.C.

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