A two-month journey is underway for a 24-year-old Lyme sufferer and cyclist who hopes to raise awareness and support research for Tick-borne diseases.
John Donnally launched his 4,000-mile cycling journey from San Francisco to New York City Sunday afternoon.
His goal is to get information out about Lyme disease and raise $50,000 to help improve Lyme disease diagnosis and testing.
He also feels it is important to give people with Lyme disease a platform.
Donally is scheduled to complete the ride in November when he crosses over the George Washington Bridge on the final stretch towards New York City.