Tech Student Bikes Cross-Country to Help Build Affordable Housing
Rain pouring. Wind blowing. Sun blaring. All these weather conditions making it rough to be outside. Families without a home live with this, and so will Noah Kelly as he bikes to help build those families a place to live.
Kelly, originally from Saginaw, Mich., is a first year mechanical engineering student at Michigan Tech. He plans on biking more than 4,000 miles this summer with the organization, Bike and Build, to help low-income families with their housing needs.
Bike and Build is "pedaling for affordable housing." The organization was founded by Marc Bush when he decided to build on a now-discontinued program called the Habitat Bicycle Challenge, organized by the Yale University chapter of Habitat for Humanity to benefit its local affiliate.
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