Journey of Hope cyclists rode into Lake Havasu City Wednesday morning. The cyclists are riding to raise awareness for people living with disabilities.
The riders represent the Ability Experience, the philanthropic initiative of the Pi Kappa Phi fraternity that remains, to this day, an unparalleled success in the Greek world. Founded in 1977, the Experience strives to instill a passion for lifelong service in the fraternity members while helping to empower people living with disabilities, according to the organization’s website.
The cyclists were treated to some rest and relaxation at Brigid Steven’s Havasu home where they were able to jump in the pool and eat breakfast and lunch.
They also participated in the annual Mrs. Dash’s Dashboard cookie contest where they baked cookies on their vans’ dashboards. Team number two took first place for its cookie shaped like a giraffe.