Limiero helps church planters in Asia

Thanks to GPS directions Kingsport resident Anthony Limiero passed the Flat Gap community on his 300-mile fundraising trek back to school for his junior year at Georgia Tech. He custom designed and built a frame with his granddad’s assistance that made the factory cycle road-ready. – MARK BROWN | THE STANDARD BANNER

Seahorn Road connects Flat Gap and Mine Roads between Jefferson City and New Market. It serves a couple of farms, three residences, cornfields and Stooksbury Dairy Creamery, which is now responsible the bulk of the farm lane’s traffic.

It’s an odd place to encounter a unicyclist. Odder still one cycling his way from the Tri-Cities to Atlanta, where he is a student at Georgia Tech.

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