Jack Veliquette, 17, from Windsor, California, is taking on the challenge of Cycle for Sight for the second year in a row. He’s upping his game and instead of riding 25 miles like he did last year, he’ll be riding 50 – tackling the slopes of Mt. Veeder.
This high school sophomore has been a camper at Enchanted Hills Camp for the Blind since he was seven years old. Last summer, he gave back to the camp that he loves by becoming a counselor in training (CIT). He intends to be a CIT again this year.
When asked what motivated him to ride and raise money for Enchanted Hills Camp, Jack said, “Tony asked my mom if I’d be interested. I said ‘I’ll give it a shot.'”
Support Jack Veliquette in this year’s Cycle for Sight by donating to his campaign. Simply go to our donation page and select Cycle for Sight as your giving designation. Be sure to put Jack’s name in the “in honor of” field.