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Cycle To The Sea

Cycle To The Sea - Route

 

“If you enjoy cycling, Christian community, and are looking for an epic summer adventure, then join us and help us celebrate the final leg our adventure.”

Route

Those who join “Cycle to the Sea” will meet up with the team at the McKeesport Great Allegheny Passage Trailhead on Tuesday, July 10 at 10 a.m. Participants may also meet at Geneva at 8:30 a.m. and drive together to the trail marker. The group will then travel with the team during the nine-day final stretch, which ends in Bethany Beach, Delaware, on July 17.

The address for the meeting point at the McKeesport Great Allegheny Passage Trailhead is 100 5th Avenue,
McKeesport, PA 15132.

For directions, click here.

Cost

$525 per rider, which covers food and other related expenses.

Anyone interested in participating also has the option of riding any portion for $85 a day.

Cycle To The Sea Application

The application deadline is May 31.

Questions may be directed to Dr. Michael Loomis, Dean of Student Development,
at 724-847-5321 or mjloomis@geneva.edu.

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