Gary Burd rides over 7,500 miles in 7-8 days
Mission: M25 is breaking new territory, National Director Gary Burd will depart Key West, FL on July 20, 2014 at daybreak headed for Homer, AK. Hoka Hey is a ride that remembers the Native Americans and their sufferings and their struggles today. The ride demands 7,500 miles on secondary roads, sleeping by the motorcycle in a tent, and a tracking device on the bike that monitors the route, speed and general activity. The ride is to done in 7-8 days.
Of course, the core value to Be A Light Not A Mouth (BALNAM) will be lived out. BALNAM takes its mandate from: a) Matthew 5:14-16 where we are told good deeds are the light that ultimately brings glory to the Lord and b) Jesus hanging on the cross did not ‘evangelize’ the thieves hanging beside Him but waited for one to ask.
You can follow Gary on www.hokaheymotorcyclechallenge.com. His rider number is 818. Please pray for seeds to sown or watered and safety as he attempts this rugged challenge of body and mind.