Anyone with a set of wheels (from bike to stroller!) is invited to the last leg of the journey as the riders are greeted in front of Manasquan High School. From there you can ride with them and cheer them on to Sea Girt, all for a great cause. And it all ends with an ocean plunge!

Two recent college graduates, John Trevor Gladych and James Monahan, are biking from Newport Beach to Sea Girt in an effort to bring awareness to Cerebral Palsy and raise money for a scholarship for college-bound students with Cerebral Palsy.

The cycling and fundraising will culminate with a "Wheels In Motion" event beginning at 2:30 pm on Sunday, April 29th, in front of Manasquan High School. Anyone with a bike to a wheelchair to a skateboard to a stroller is invited to participate.

The ride will go from Manasquan High School to Sea Girt Elementary school where the riders will speak. The ride will then continue to Beacon Beach in Sea Girt where an ocean plunge will conclude this exciting occasion.

The cyclists' journey has been filmed and will become a documentary. All families and community members are encouraged to come, support, and participate! The event will take place rain or shine.

Also, you can really get in the spirit of this event! Prizes for top individual and top team/family will be awarded for best costume, best mode of transportation, and most spirited.

For more information, contact the Life Is Good Club at Manasquan High School or email capostolou@manasquanboe.org