AIDS/Lifecycle

AIDS/LifeCycle Takes Time To Give Back

By: David Duran

Photo Credits: David Duran

A fundraiser within a fundraiser—that’s exactly what took place today during Day 3 of the AIDS/LifeCycle (ALC) ride. First time participants and veterans alike were asked the night before to bring cash, but some didn’t know the extent of the amazing day that lay ahead of them and the small town they would personally impact at midday. The lunch stop for...

Video: AIDS/LifeCycle 2013 Day 1!

We're so proud of Team Instinct (and jealous of the quads and booties they're building as they ride along the California Coast)! For a great look at why we're proud of our Team rider and roadies as well as all of this year's AIDS/LifeCycle riders and roadies, check out this just released video featuring highlights from the kick-off of this year's event. 

Registration is now open...

Riding In Remembrance

Before I left for my first AIDS/LifeCycle (ALC) ride three years ago, a friend of mine gave me a silver box with a beautiful hand-beaded AIDS ribbon pin inside. She explained that the pin was actually a gift to her years ago by a man dying of AIDS.

Back in the '90s, fresh out of receiving her degree in social work to become a counselor, the only place that wanted to hire my friend, a...

2013 AIDS/LifeCycle Raises Record Breaking $14.2 Million

Pictured: CEOs Neil Giuliano and Lori Jean announce the AMAZING total of $14.2 mil raised from #alc2013 opening ceremony stage! (Photo courtesty of AIDS/LifeCycle)

 

LGBT Pride Month is off to an exciting start with the news that the AIDS/LifeCycle 2013 community  raised a record breaking $14.2 MILLION in the fight against HIV/AIDS!

Astonishing! 

We're so proud of all...

Eurovision Invades L.A. (And Benefits ALC)!

Any good card-carrying gay or pop aficionado knows that the Eurovision grand finale is fast approaching, but you don’t need to be in Sweden to get in on this year’s action.

L.A.‘s biggest Eurovision viewing party is taking place this Saturday starting at noon—and best of all, you can support AIDS/LifeCycle while you rejoice in some cheesy pop goodness!

It all kicks off at noon at Angel City Brewery,...

Why I Ride: Tod Barnett

In my first year of riding, I was 22 years old and I had just moved to San Francisco. My friend, Christopher Vasquez, invited me along on some long distance bike rides, and I didn't think anything of it. More interested in the personal challenge of riding further than I ever had before, I came along for some rides. As I grew closer to some...

Why I Ride: Dan Burke

I originally signed up for my first AIDS Ride back in 2000 from Amsterdam to Paris. At the time, I wanted to do the ride for the challenge and to see the European countryside, all while supporting a good cause. Although circumstances prevented me from fulfilling my goal, my desire to see it through has never wavered.

...

Pages