Sea to Sea is a 3,900 mile bike trip from Los Angeles to New York City to raise awareness and funds to respond to extreme poverty (income of less than $1.50 per day) and hunger. It will involve between 100 and 200 riders riding an average of 70 miles per day across the desert to Phoenix and Rehobeth, NM, then along the Rockies to Denver, through the plains to Chicago, through Michigan and Ontario to Toronto, down to Montreal, and finally along the Adirondacks to New York City. It takes 9 weeks and begins on June 24, 2013. All money must be raised by April1, 2013. 35% of the funds raised are used domestically to assist local food banks and anti-poverty programs. The remainder is used abroad to respond to natural disasters, such as hurricanes, drought, mudslides, earthquates, tsunamis, etc., to fund on-going programs to provide assistance to farmers, to assist micro-funded entrepreneurial activities, and feed refugees.