The pair need your help to if they want to reach their goal.
Louisiana Tech students Kaleb Causey and Collin Carver are hitting the road for long distance bike ride for "Push America."
"You think hey, it's 800 miles. We're going to be pouring sweat. We'll be doing that, but we'll be helping folks too," says Carver.
Causey and Carver will join dozens of their Pi Kappa Phi fraternity brothers for the event, "Gear Up Florida." The ride raises funds and awareness for those with disabilities.
Causey explains, "We will be stopping to give out grants as well as helping time with people with disabilities to help them upgrade facilities with things such as wheelchair ramps."
In May their journey from Miami to Tallahassee begins, but for now it's about raising cash for their cause
"We have an overall goal of raising 105,000 as a group," says Causey.
Also, they are training for the grueling ride.
"Just kind of running, eating healthy, and doing a lot of cycling," says Causey.
The team is getting ready to go the extra mile as they hit the road for 16 days with the goal of bettering helping other's and bettering themselves.
"I have been blessed with a good body and mind. I've been healthy, but some folks aren't and being able to get out there and give myself up and help it's a goal and I'm excited to be a part of this," says Carver.
If you'd like to help Kaleb and Collin reach their donations goal you can contact them at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Click here for more information about "Push America".