Welcome to Cycle Pan-America, the ride to conquer autism!
The journey began on March 20, 2012 as Adam set out from Ushuaia, Argentina heading north to Alaska to set the Pan-American Highway Cycling Speed Record - all in the name of autism! The goal - to ride the highway in 100 days, making it the hardest individual cycling feat in almost a decade.
Adam is making his way through 2 continents and traveling over 14,000 miles in order to raise money and awareness for autism. He's already faced many challenges and will face many more as he pushes his body to it's limits.
This ride is not for fame.
This ride is not for glory.
This ride is for ONE reason only.
To speak up for those who cannot.
To educate thoses who do not know.
TO GIVE A VOICE TO THE GLOBAL ISSUE OF AUTISM.
"I am inspired by Adam's commitment to building awareness about autism throughout North and South America. His journey over the past two years prepared him well for his quest to break the world record. Pathfinders for Autism is honored to be a partner in this extraordinary journey to raise both awareness about the complexity of Autism and funds to support local efforts to assist individuals and families."-B.J. Surhoff