AIDS/LifeCycle benefits, and is jointly produced by, San Francisco AIDS Foundation (Tax ID # 94-2927405) and L.A. Gay & Lesbian Center (Tax ID # 95-3567895), each of which is a nonprofit, public benefit corporation recognized as tax exempt under IRS Code Section 501(c)(3). Donations to AIDS/LifeCycle are deductible for income tax purposes, to the extent permitted by law.
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Thanks to my generous sponsors
Bob & Deb Schnack
Uncle Willy & Aunt Judy
Mom & Dad
Mr. Curtis Paullins
Mr. David Eckberg
Jonathan & Cheryl
Joel and Laurie
Kelsey & Sean
Darren, John, and Alexander
TRACY JOAN SKOUGARD
David and Peggy
Welcome... I'm Riding to End AIDS
From June 1-7, 2014, I'm bicycling in AIDS/LifeCycle. It's a 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.
The ride was formerly known as the AIDSRide and started in 1994. In 2002 it became the AIDS/LifeCycle ride.
Since 1994 I've said to myself every year that someday I was going to take part in the ride. Well... 2014 is my year!
I'm very excited and scared, I've always loved riding my bicycle, but strictly as a commuter. I never went on a ride longer than 10 miles. So to think about doing 545 miles in 7 days is a little bit daunting. But with your support I feel up to the challenge!!
I'm riding not only for my friends who lost their lives to AIDS and those who live with HIV, but for all who have been affected. I ride in the hope we can end this horrible disease that knows no boundaries, affecting people worldwide regardless of gender, race, sexual orientation. I ride for Michael, KS Kim, Rio and Roger.
So how can you help? The best way is to make a donation and help me reach exceed blow the doors off of my fundraising goal. Your donation is tax deductible and you can donate now in 2013 and again in 2014. (see what I did there?) I hope you will dig deep in your pocket, but if you can only spare $1,000,000 I'll take that too. No amount is too small.
Help me support AIDS/LifeCycle by giving what you can. We'll keep riding until AIDS and HIV are a thing of the past. From the bottom of my heart, thank you!!!
My Personal Web Log
1st Official ALC Training Ride... DONE!
All right! Knocked out my very first ALC training ride yesterday (9/22/2013). It was a 39 mile ride from the Presidio over the Golden Gate bridge to Tiburon and back. I felt really good except for that last (stupid) hill out of Sausalito, that was a killer. But I finished strong and was very proud of myself!! If you are reading this page and haven't donated yet I hope you will consider helping me reach my goal and help people living with HIV/AIDS. Thank you!
I can't believe I'm almost to 50% of my goal. Thank you so much to everyone. I've been busy 'training to train' trying to do a weekly 30-50 mile ride. The 1st 'official' training ride is this weekend (Sun Sep 22nd) originating from the Presidio in SF to Tiburon and back. Can't wait!!!!
...as I began to seriously think about making the commitment to ride, I knew the first thing I would need was a new bike. The old (18+ years) Specialized RockHopper just wasn't going to cut it. So... when Mike's Bikes had their annual MEGA sale, I took my first step and purchased my first road bike, a Raleigh Revenio Carbon 1.0 on April 23, 2013. Since then I have ridden 286.86 miles or 52% of the ALC 545 miles. Oh sure that was spread over 32 rides but its a start!