This April marked the 16th anniversary of the Adaptive Sports & Adventures Program’s annual Cycle to the Sea event.  Thirty-eight cyclists from across the country, including able-bodied cyclists and hand-cyclists, covered the 180-mile journey from Monroe, NC, to North Myrtle Beach, SC, with a clear purpose to raise funds for the Adaptive Sports & Adventures Program (ASAP). This unique fundraising event also serves to break down the stigmas that surround physical disabilities.  This year, Cycle to the Sea raised $78,000 to support the mission of ASAP—to provide high quality, adaptive sport and recreation opportunities to youth and adults with physical disabilities, and to help participants develop skills that will lead to and enhance an active and productive lifestyle.