Fighting AIDS

ALC 2015 Top Fundraisers
  1. Anthony Interrante (Vacaville, CA) - $23,941.00
  2. Frank Adair (Redwood City, CA) - $22,781.00
  3. Paul Chung (San Francisco, CA) - $20,100.00
  4. Traci Dinwiddie (Los Angeles, CA) - $17,349.71
  5. David Carney (New York, NY) - $16,343.00
  6. David Shaul (Redondo Beach, CA) - $14,916.00
  7. Samantha Sprecher (Los Angeles, CA) - $13,175.00
  8. Megan Minkiewicz (Bend, OR) - $12,975.00
  9. Jim Shippee (Los Angeles, CA) - $12,950.00
  10. - San Francisco AIDS Foundation 14-15 (San Francisco, CA) - $12,494.83
  11. Patricia Gordon (Bellevue, WA) - $12,000.00
  12. Christof Wittig (San Francisco, CA) - $11,499.01

AIDS/LifeCycle is a fully supported, 7-day bike ride from San Francisco to Los Angeles to raise money and awareness in the fight against HIV/AIDS. AIDS/LifeCycle 2015 will take place May 31st through June 6th, 2015. Every year, this landmark ride through beautiful California delivers a life-changing experience for thousands of participants from all backgrounds and fitness levels united by a common desire to do something heroic. Whether you're considering your first ride or are a seasoned veteran, we want you with us on AIDS/LifeCycle 2015. You belong here.
Upcoming Events
SoCal AIDS/LifeCycle EXPO
WHEN: Sunday, January 25, 12:00 PM - 4:00 PM
WHERE: West Hollywood Auditorium
Learn about training, fundraising, life in camp, and how the Los Angeles LGBT Center uses the money you raise to provide life-saving programs and services to our community. We’re giving away brand new bikes plus many more prizes! Read more
Online: New Cyclist Orientation
WHEN: Tuesday, January 27, 6:00PM - 7:00PM
WHERE: Your Computer
At our New Cyclist Orientation (NCO) you’ll learn everything you need to know to enjoy a successful journey with AIDS/LifeCycle. Read more
NorCal AIDS/Lifecycle EXPO
WHEN: Saturday, February 7, 11:00AM - 3:00PM
WHERE: County Fair Building, Golden Gate Park
Learn about training, fundraising, life in camp, and how San Francisco AIDS Foundation uses the money you raise to provide programs and services like Syringe Access Services and DREAAM (Determined to Respect and Empower African-American Men). Read more