AIDS Lifecycle is a 585-mile, 7-day cycling fundraiser for the San Francisco AIDS Foundation and the Los Angeles Gay and Lesbian Center. We ride from San Francisco to Los Angeles, and raise millions of dollars each year for the two beneficiaries. It’s a good thing.
I’ve ridden three AIDS Lifecycles so far, and they just keep getting better. Here are some photos and pictures from various AIDS Lifecycles:
|An Essay On Why I Ride.
“I have AIDS,” she said. She was a small, slender blonde in my self-defense class, dressed in sweats and looking perfectly healthy in the company of fifteen women. “My ex-fiance deliberately infected me, then ran off when I found out about it.” Her face clouded. I’m here to work out my anger issues, so I can go home and”¦die.” She looked almost surprised as she said it, a smile pulled too tight over her fine-boned face. But she meant it. It was 1992. AIDS was a death sentence…
|AIDS Lifecycle 2 Photos and Commentary
Here are some photos from ALC2″¦there is also my rider journal on the official AIDS Lifecycle Webcast.)
|AIDS Lifecycle 5 blog and photos. I made seven different outfits this year, and rode in a different outfit every day.|
|Photos and commentary from AIDS Lifecycle 7. Lots of fabulous outfits, of course!|