We made the journey from Perdido Key Florida the gulf of Mexico to lake Erie Cleveland. Finished the trip today and its time to relax take a break.. we are blessed to make the journey safely.
We celebrated with Will and Julie Novak at there restaurant 'Hail Mary's '
Tracy Mull posted on her Facebook page:
On our way to Cleveland to meet Chris and Andy. So proud of what they have accomplished. So thankful for Ken for all of his help along the way. We have had a couple great meet and greet events. Picks at Portage Lakes and Bens Restaurant in Berlin Center. Great to see people coming out to support this cause. We are at 17,000 still climbing to reach our goal!! We will go live at approximately 2:00 eastern time . 1:00 central for the finish . Thank you to everyone who has been praying for them , giving so much encouragement. Thank you also to all that have made a donation. We will be taking donations all the way until Simon says run in November. Please consider donating to help them reach the goal. www.simonsaysbike.org. 💙🚴🏻♂️💙🚴🏻♂️
Teri posted on Facebook:
The big day is here!!! Can you believe it?! Andy and Chris will be departing Pininsula, Ohio and riding the last 25 mile leg to Voinivich Bicentenial Park in Cleveland, Ohio at 2:00 pm EST where they will conclude their incredible journey by dipping their front wheels in the Lake Erie. Following this monumental event, we will be celebrating at Hail Mary’s. If you’re in the area, we would love for you to join in on both of the events!!!
Teri followed up on Facebook with this:
It is finished!🏁🥳🎉🎊🏁
Andy and Chris Mull left The Flora-Bama Lounge & Package where they dipped the back wheels of their bicycles in the Gulf of Mexico on August 1st, pedaled 1,652 miles, climbing a total elevation of 64,173 feet to Cleveland, Ohio where they dipped their front wheels in Lake Erie. What an amazing achievement!!! 🚴🏻♂️💨💙🚴🏻♂️💨
The worlds biggest shout out and thank you goes to Ken Krempin for being there for the guys the entire journey as the SAG and SAB!!! We love you Ken!!!💙
To date, The Mull brothers and have raised over $17,000 for The Prostate Cancer Foundation through Simon Says Bike. We will be continuing to collect donations up to the big Simon Says Run event in November, so there is still plenty of time for you to help us reach our goal or $25,000!!!💰💵💰💵💰
We are incredibly humbled because of all your amazing generosity, support, encouragement and prayers. From the very bottom of our hearts, we thank you all so much for sharing in this inspirational adventure along side these amazing men.🥰😘😊
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Donate here ➡️ https://www.simonsaysbike.org/…/donations-to-fight-prostate… ⬅️ to help us reach our goal of $25,000 for Prostate Cancer Research!!! No contribution is too small!😊💵
Help out by talking to your family and friends about this cause and directing them to Https://www.simonsaysbike.org where you can all learn more about this cause, the cyclists, the story behind the trip, and keep track of our progress towards our goal and see the donor list grow!! God bless you all!🚴🏻♂️💨💙🚴🏻♂️💨
Day 25: the final day has arrived!!! We got to sleep in a little bit!!! We left Pininsula at around 12:30 PM. The trail was not in real good shape and the head wind was pretty strong the whole way to Lake Erie!!! We ended up on East 9th Street, drove by Progressive Field (home of the Cleveland Indians). Continued through downtown and finished up with a long down hill right to Voinivich Bicentennial Park where we were met with family and friends!!It was a joyful moment!!! We then did our ceremonial front tire dip into Lake Erie which capped off our coast to coast endeavor!!! Wow, what an adventure it was!!! What started off as a small dream between two brothers turned into something bigger than I could imagine!! I am overwhelmed by the love and support of family, friends and strangers!!! I thank Jesus Christ my Lord and Savior for the safety that was put upon us during this ride. The weather could not have been any better. Thank you for all the donations!! It is unbelievable!!! As of right now we are probably over $17,000 to be used for prostate cancer awareness!!!
Andy posted theses video:
Teri posted this video on Facebook:
And we have photos:
Well done, guys! Well done!
Although the ride may be over, these guys are still raising money to reach their goal and will be back on Perdido Key in a couple of weeks.
All of these miles from the Gulf of Mexico to the shores of Lake Erie are not just for Andy and Chris' health. They are raising money for prostate cancer awareness. Use this donate button below to help Andy and Chris with their goals raising awareness. Every penny helps. Thank you.
Simon Says Run for Prostate Cancer, Inc. is a 501(c)3.