Sleeping arrangements for Saturday night, May 5th
Arise Christian Fellowship will be open starting at 6 pm the night before Cover Indiana begins for anyone who needs to spend the night in Lafayette. There will be someone there to assist you in getting settled. Showers are available on site.
Arise Christian Fellowship
5872 E 50 S
Lafayette, IN, 47905
Alternatively, you may stay at the Junction House community center, but there are no showers on site.
215 Smith Street
Lafayette, IN, 47905
Registration and Opening Ceremony
This year’s ride will begin at the Junction House community center for registration and breakfast. We will ride to downtown Lafayette a few blocks away for the opening ceremony. Mayor Tony Roswarski will be among those sending us off.
Registration is available Saturday night (6pm-9pm – Ice Cream Social) and Sunday Morning (7:00 am – 8:30 am Breakfast will be provided by Arise Christian Fellowship).
Riders will be on the road around 9:00 am.
Destination and Closing Celebration
This year’s ride will culminate in Indianapolis on Day 7 at the Habitat for Humanity of Greater Indianapolis office. We will have pie, ice cream, a slide show, and closing celebration after having a police escort through downtown Indy. Your friends and family can pick you up from the office at 3135 N Meridian St or we will have transportation to Lafayette waiting for you in Indy.
Habitat for Humanity
3135 N Meridian St
Indianapolis, IN 46208
Your luggage will be transported between overnight locations via our box van.
We will be staying in churches and a community center. Overnight locations can be found on the lodging page. You will need to bring your own pillow, sleeping bag, and/or air mattress. Thermarests are also popular. Please contact us if you need suggestions.
Each location will have showers; however, we expect a large group so patience is necessary.
Breakfast and dinner will be provided each day and the SAG vans will carry snacks and liquid. But each rider is responsible for their lunch, so make sure that you have money on hand for this expense. We will pass by numerous “hole in the wall” places that serve great food!
> Bicycle (we recommend that you get it tuned up before the ride)
> Helmet (required)
> Rain and cold weather gear. Spring weather is unpredictable and we will ride through it all unless we encounter lightning
> Towel, soap, shampoo, washcloth, and whatever else you need to freshen up.
> Comfortable clothes for after the ride each day.
Friday, MAY 3, 2019
>Registration and Ice Cream at Junction House
Saturday, MAY 4, 2019
> Meet at Junction House
> 7:00 am Registration and Breakfast
> 8:30 am Ride to downtown Lafayette
> 9:00 am Hit the road!
> 7:00 am Wake up
> 8:00 am Route Meeting and Prayer
> 8:10 am Breakfast (provided)
> Go ride when done eating
> Eat lunch on the road (on your own)
> Ride some more
> Arrive at host
> Dinner (provided)
> Chill out
> 10 pm Lights out