Cyclist sharing life changing cross-country experience



In 2012, Pulaski County cyclist Thomas Hash spent 73 days biking across the United States in what became a life-changing experience.

Now, as he plans for a second cross-country adventure, Hash will share photos and stories from that trip in a special presentation at Draper United Methodist Church this Sunday, June 29. The presentation begins at 6 p.m. at 3080 Greenbriar Road in Draper.

A resident of Dublin, Hash is an avid promoter of area biking initiatives and manages The Junction at Draper Mercantile. During his presentation he will tell how his 4,300-mile trip from Yorktown to Arcadia, Oregon (along the Bike 76 route) changed his future and view of life.

He is now planning a second cross-country venture in 2015 to raise money and awareness for Multiple Sclerosis (MS) as part of “Bike the U.S. for MS.”

The public is invited to attend Sunday night’s presentation. Ice cream cones will be served.

Hash graduated from Pulaski County High School in 2007. He studied public relations and communications at Virginia Tech, where he graduated in 2011.



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