If you have ever gone “horse back riding” for a considerable amount of time, then you know what we mean when we talk about getting used to the saddle. Bike riding long distances is all about stamina-but it’s also about getting used to sitting and peddling for hours at a time. It’s about your neck and shoulders always facing down…and that is what makes these moments grueling and rewarding at the same time.
As we get ready, it’s a few last minute details to bring this together. There are so many making this happen.
Southern Sportsman Lodge on Thursday night hosting us and dinner at Livingston UMC with Rev. Wilson Kendrick speaking. And Wilson is a support driver on Friday!
The folks in Selma at Memorial UMC feeding us and providing sleep space to the 621st BsSB National Guard unit providing showers
Montgomery FUMC is providing lunch on Saturday and our work project of tornado response. St. Mark UMC in Montgomery will feed us and provide sleep space.
Tuskegee UMC will be our reception area on Sunday and then Epworth UMC in Phenix and St. Mark UMC in Columbus are the final reception teams! Great stuff and many hands to help.
If you would like to sponsor a rider, please feel free-they have been training hard and have huge hearts!
See you somewhere on HW 80!