BUFFALO, N.Y. -- Luke Snyder is a major Bills fan, although he doesn't live in Western New York.
Snyder is such a fan, he turned biking from his hometown of Indianapolis, Indiana to Orchard Park for a Bills game from a joke into reality.
Snyder completed the approximately 500 mile trip Saturday afternoon.
"It started out kind of as a joke with me and my friends," Snyder said. "I bike a lot living in downtown Indianapolis. I ride around for fun and it's my main form of transportation. Being a big Bills fan, I joked about how it would be cool to ride up to the stadium. As time went by, it started to get more serious."
In the spring, Snyder said he set a date for the feat and just "went for it."
He started his trip on Tuesday and rode about 75 to 80 miles a day.
"It was cold a couple of days," he said. "But I missed the rain, so I'm happy about that."
How did he become such a Bills fan?
"I was just kind of born and raised one," he said. He explained he has a lot of family in the Attica, Alexandria and Batavia areas.
When asked how he was getting back, Synder said he was not about to log more miles on his bike -- his family will give him a ride back.
However, before he worries about his trip back, Snyder still has to secure tickets for the Bills game.
Anyone interested in helping Snyder out with a ticket for himself and a few of his family members is asked to email him at firstname.lastname@example.org.