Our Cyclists have guts, dedication, and strength.
They ride the 545 miles from SF to LA and fundraise a minimum of $3K throughout the year. You’ll be paired with a Cyclist Representative who will support your training and fundraising every pedal stroke of the way, no matter your fitness level or fundraising experience.
Roadies are the hardworking individuals who volunteer their time for the full week of AIDS/LifeCycle.
Every Roadie is placed on a team, led by volunteer Roadie Captains, that determines their working group for the week. For 7 days, these folks dedicate their time, energy, and hearts to waking up very early and going to sleep late to move this event down the coast.
@ Home Hero
Signing up as an @Home Heroes choose the challenge they want to take on: a fundraising goal, a mileage count, and an HIV/AIDS program or service that they are inspired by!
- Day 1: Santa Cruz – Harvey West Park
- Day 2: King City – San Lorenzo County Park
- Day 3: Paso Robles – Mid-State Fairgrounds
- Day 4: Santa Maria – Preisker Park
- Day 5: Lompoc – Ryon Memorial Park
- Day 6: Ventura – San Buenaventura State Beach
- Day 7: Los Angeles – Fairfax High School
We can't wait to get back on the route with our community.
Have questions about the route, fundraising, training, starting a corporate team, or anything else? Fill out your info below and we’ll be in touch!
A Note on COVID-19 Safety
At AIDS/LifeCycle, we are committed to providing a safe experience for our participants, volunteers, vendors, staff, and the communities that welcome us. With this in mind, proof of full COVID-19 vaccination will be required to participate in all AIDS/LifeCycle 2022 events including Kick Off Ride, AIDS/LifeCycle Training Rides, Holiday Party, Expo, Day On The Ride, Send Off events, Orientation Day and the AIDS/LifeCycle 7-day event, June 5 – 11, 2022.
The guidance for COVID-19 safety is ever changing. In addition to vaccine requirements, we are continuously monitoring, and will adhere to, the latest guidance for masks, social distancing, and other protocols as outlined by the CDC, California Department of Health and the local authorities/agencies where we gather.