Cycle Pan-America picks up where Adventure for Autism left off. Cycle Pan-America is the official fundraiser that was formerly known as the World Record Return Trip.
Cycle Pan-America is a 14,000 mile journey from the Southern tip of Argentina to Alaska. The current World Record for this journey is 125 days – Adam Biel will cycle it in 100. Cycle Pan-America has set the goal of raising $1,000,000 for autism as well as drumming up support and awareness for autism around the Western Hemisphere.
Saturday, Sept. 10, marked the launch of Cycle Pan-America’s promo tour. To launch the tour Adam cycled for 24 hours and completed 458 km or 285 miles. Adam ended his 24 hour cycle-a-thon in front of a cheering crowd of nearly 2,500 people at the Walk Now for Autism Speaks in Edmonton’s Rundle Park.
After over a year and a half of planning Cycle Pan-America we are incredibly excited to launch the promo tour! Cycle Pan-America is the biggest fundraiser of its kind ever done and we’re proud to officially announce that Cycle Pan-America has partnered with Preston Marcus.
Cycle Pan-America will operate in partial conjunction with Adventure for Autism and will rely on AfA to host initial updates on Cycle Pan-America until www.CyclePanAmerica.com is officially launches it’s full website.
For now, please check out the Official Fan Page