Door County will be just one of the stops on the Cycle of Hope Ride Monday and Tuesday. Each rider in the Cycle of Hope has commited to riding 1,000 miles in an effort to raise $175,000 dollars for the construction of the Habitat home project. There are many riders participating in the event according to Rick Nelson of Door County Habitat for Humanity.
Door County Habitat for Humanity will be providing a meal for the riders once they reach Door County and the riders will be staying at the Prince of Peace Luthern Church while in town. While Habitat will be feeding the riders Nelson encourages people to stop by.
This is the 19th year of the Cycle of Hope, the group has raised over $2 million since its start in 1993. Those interested in learning more about the effort are encouraged to visit with the riders from the Cycle of Hope ride at the Habitat for Humanity office or at Prince of Peace.