SAN DIEGO (NEWS 8) — An Ocean Beach man is pedaling 3,000 miles on his beach cruiser to raise money for children of fallen patriots.
In Tuesday's Zevely Zone, Jeff visits Ocean Beach for a good cause that stretches from coast to coast.
Ryan Gehris is networking with VFWs and American Legions along his ride to raise individual donations in the amount of $22. The number 22 represents the statistical information on veterans that take their own lives every day.
If you would like to donate $22 – or any amount – to Ryan's ride, or just follow along with his progress, click here.
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