Saturday, July 14, 2012

Cathy Edson of Eastampton and Kate Gant of Whiting bike through Amish Country Friday on the sixth day of the Anchor House Ride for Runaways. Photo by Jeanne Imbrigiotta.

Michelle Goss, of Ewing, rides through Lancaster, Pa. on day 5 of the Anchor House Ride.

Thursday, July 12, 2012

Art and Barbara Burger of Doylestown, Pa. pedal through Gettysburg Wednesday. Photo by Jeanne Imbrigiotta.

Rick Tofani. Brian McLaughlin and Bob Stults  stop on their ride through the Gettysburg to look at a battlefield site. Photo by Jeanne Imbrigiotta.

Wayne Turczyn, 57, of Largo, Fla., is a native Trentonian who first learned about the ride through Anchor House founder Joe Yuhas.

Rodney Peerman rides to Gettysburg, Pa. on the fourth day of the Anchor House Ride for Runaways. Peerman lives in Fishers, Indiana. Photo By Jeanne Imbrigiotta.

Carley Moseley, 23, moved to Chicago after graduating from college, but wanted to bike on the Anchor House ride because of her mom’s involvement with Anchor House.

Wednesday, July 11, 2012

Michael Schulz of Hamilton takes a photo of himself on a bridge over a scenic river in Maryland on day three of the Anchor House Ride for Runaways.

Tuesday, July 10, 2012

Bike mechanic Pete Garnich (l) of Knapp's Cyclery in Lawrence with Support head LeRoy Harms. Garnich had a busy day because of all the bike mechanical problems caused by the rain. Photo By Jeanne Imbrigiotta.

Gina Raimondo of Yardville was the first rider to make it to the top of the 4-mile climb Monday. Photo by Jeanne Imbrigiotta

Monday, July 9, 2012

Mike Chordas of Trenton (right) and Bill Garrett of West Windsor (left) pedaled on a hot and sunny day 1 of the Anchor House Ride for Runaways

PHOTO/Jeanne Imbrigiotta 

Photo/Burl Wyatt

Cyclist Norm Torkelson of Stockton helps fellow cyclists Daryl Ezzo of Newtown, Pa. (left), Rodney Peerman of Fishers (center), Indiana and Kathy Drulis of Ewing (right) cool off on day 1 of the Anchor House Ride for Runaways. 

Anchor House foundation president emeritus Bill Hogan loads bikes onto a truck headed for Staunton, Va. and the kick-off of the 2012 Anchor House Ride for Runaways.

Trenton firefighter Frank Fanning Jr. waits with his daughters to load up his bike for the Anchor House Ride for Runaways. Riders bikes are being trucked down to Staunton, Va. for the first leg of the 500-mile ride beginning Sunday.