Senior Cyclists Complete 3,000 Mile Ride in U City Today
‘Cycle of Hope’ Ride supports Habitat for Humanity East Bay. One of the cyclists graduated from Washington University Engineering & Business School
Bob Frick, aged 75, and Len Holmes, 70, left Seaside, OR, on June 11 to raise awareness and funds for Habitat for Humanity and Habitat East Bay (SF Bay Area). They will finish their bike tour at Habitat for Humanity Saint Louis’ newest build site of five houses in University City.
In 2008, Frick rode from San Diego to St. Augustine, FL for Habitat.
The riders are expected to arrive at the U City build site at 11 a.m. today.
Habitat for Humanity Saint Louis (HFHSL) is a not-for-profit, ecumenical housing ministry working in partnership with individuals and communities of all faiths to improve living conditions and provide affordable housing in the St. Louis community. With more than 325 homes already built in the area, HFHSL has become one of the leading housing developers in the St. Louis metro area.
See our previous coverage of the Habitat build in U City:
- Anheuser-Busch Partners with Habitat for Humanity
- Habitat for Humanity to Build Homes in U City
- Walls, Hopes Raised at Habitat for Humanity Ceremony
- Habitat for Humanity Blitz Build: Day 1
- Habitat for Humanity Blitz Build: Day 2
- Habitat for Humanity Blitz Build: Day 4
- Habitat Is Raising Roofs Today in U City
- Habitat Raises the Roof in University City