Ride your bike. Have an adventure.

Change lives!

It’s time to take that incredible journey by bicycle that you’ve always dreamed about. Do something meaningful. Change the lives of others. Build friendships for life.

Over the last 10 years, hundreds have joined the Fuller Center Bicycle Adventure and had exactly that experience. How do we know? Because they tell us when they come back — year after year. 

The basics:

  • Bicycle across America (or shorter routes) for charity.
  • Ride about 70 miles per day with rest stops.
  • Volunteer in hands-on “build days” along the way.
  • Fully supported teams of 20 – 40 riders with chore groups.
  • Eat, sleep and share the vision in welcoming churches.

But why?

  • To truly live your life.
  • To follow Jesus’s call to love and serve “the least of these.” (All are welcome to participate.)
  • To raise funds to build homes and change lives.

Your next step

This is your chance. It’s time to sign up, and space is still available.

Ride for as little as a week or bike coast-to-coast! There are also week-long rides in the spring and fall.  

Will you always say “maybe next year?” Or “This is the year!”

Pick a ride to get the full scoop or join, or tell us about your interest through the form below. 

April 5 – 14, 2019:  A week-long ride on one of America’s best biking roads, with a free drive back to the starting point afterwards. Learn more.


May 28 – August 11, 2018: Two incredible rides that you are sure to love. Our signature events! Join for the whole way or any of the week-long segments. Learn more. 

September 21 – 29, 2019:  A week-long ride on historic and unpaved bike trails from Pittsburgh to D.C. with a shuttle back afterwards. Learn more.











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