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I am rider 1476
15 years of riding from San Francisco to Los Angeles has been my pleasure. And the support from my friends makes it possible.
So Why do I continue to ride. I've been training my butt off this year, working with my amazing physical therapist at VARGO to get me ready to ride. But it's not about me ...
3,000 plus riders and roadies will come together, moving down the California coast, in a single file ride with one goal. A world without HIV. 3,000 plus riders and roadies will encourage each other, support each other, push each other, and take care of each other.
I've never seen a community come together so strong. We actually call it "The Love Bubble"
I know ... it sounds like something out of the 60's but it real. This moving army will transform all who we ride past. And I believe we will accomplish what we came to do.
So I'm asking for your support today.
So this year I have set the bar high. $12,500.
I'm Riding to End AIDS
From June 4 - 10, 2017, We'll be bicycling in AIDS/LifeCycle.
7-day, 545-mile bike ride from San Francisco to Los Angeles to make a world of difference in the lives of people living with HIV and AIDS.
Help me to support AIDS/LifeCycle by giving what you can. We'll keep riding until AIDS and HIV are a thing of the past.
Thank you ! With your support today, We will ride until HIV/AIDS comes to an END !!
Help me make a difference.
Every year, Phillip would surprise me somewhere along the route. We often talked about how we could ride together. Me on my bike and Phillip on Moto Crew to keep the riders safe.
We spoke about what it means to be apart of the elite motorcycle team that wakes up early, rides all day, places themselves in position to provide safety to the riders and finally be celebrated by the entire camp as they rolled in safe and sound.
Phillip was taken away from us far too early. I have never been so proud of him. I am honored to call him my brother.
Phillip was proud to be a US Marine Veteran. His amazing wit and his boisterous laugh will be missed by all who knew him.
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