Cross-country cyclist to tell tales of trek

Local lawyer Bill Jacobs will chronicle his cycling journey across the United States in a program at 7 p.m., Thursday, April 28, at the Albert Carlton Library in Cashiers.  

Starting in California last September, Jacobs spent 40 days traveling through 10 states, averaging 80 miles a day to finish in Wild Dunes, S.C. The trek totaled more than 3,200 miles.  

Jacobs’ bike and equipment will also be on display.


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