ROUND ROCK, Texas (KXAN) — On July 4, an Austin man set off on a record-breaking journey.
Carl Davies returned Sunday night from his 22,500 journey across all U.S. states except Alaska and Hawaii.
During the four weeks of riding, Davies was raising money to fight Lou Gehrig’s Disease, which took the lives of two of his friends.
Davies says he averaged about 800 miles a day during his trek, breaking a world-record along the way.
Now, he’s ready for the comforts of home.
“I need a shower, a change and a nice comfy ride in my car,” he said.
He doesn’t know how much he has raised yet but says the people at Max’s Ride have been keeping track of that.