TERRE HAUTE, Ind. (WTHI) - A bicycle ride to raise money for people with disabilities stopped in Terre Haute Tuesday.
Pi Kappa Phi members are riding bicycles from coast to coast to raise money for disabilities.
The national fraternity has members that are trekking from Seattle to Washington D.C.
"Actually, coming in to Terre Haute today was pretty tough because uh we were running a little short on time, but thankfully I was with a great pace line and we were able to haul it and make it in, so, it was great," said rider Paul Asercion.
The trip is 4,200 miles long and the riders will finish their tour in Washington D.C. August 10. Organizers say they've raised a $500,000.
On Tuesday, Mayor Duke Bennett handed out art grants to local organizations across the city of Terre Haute.
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