The three-man team is peddling 337 miles, roughly the distance from one end of Haiti to the other, to raise awareness and money for Outreach To Haiti.
The charity has provided food, clean water, education and medicine for 30 years in Port-au-Prince, but the 2010 earthquake leveled their facility and it needs to be rebuilt.
Outreach is still waiting for a damage assessment from the hurricane.
"We built a temporary clinic, plywood and tin roof," director Dan O'Sullivan said. "This shows the urgency of being able to rebuild."
Thanks to a pledge of a $100,000 match by the Diocese of Norwich, Outreach To Haiti needs to raise about another $100,000 to build their new $450,000 facility.