AIDS/LifeCycle is a fully-supported, seven-day bike ride from San Francisco to Los Angeles.
It’s a life-changing ride—not a race—through some of California’s most beautiful countryside. AIDS/LifeCycle is co-produced by the Los Angeles LGBT Center and San Francisco AIDS Foundation and is designed to advance their shared interest to reduce new HIV infections and improve the quality of life for people living with HIV/AIDS. As part of this event, thousands of people participating as either Cyclists, Roadies, Volunteers, or Virtual Cyclists raise critically needed funds for HIV/AIDS-related services and bring to light the fact that HIV/AIDS is still a devastating disease in our society, particularly the LGBT community and communities of color.
It’s the most important training opportunity of the year and it’s quickly approaching! Day on the Ride is a fully supported, simulated day on AIDS/LifeCycle, complete with all your favorite... Read More
“Suffragettes embraced bicycles both symbolically and physically. Popular woman’s monthly Godey’s declared in the 1890s that ‘there is something women of every class have welcome as a shorter road to freedom... Read More
Here is an incredible interview in HIV Plus Magazine with Olympian medalist, Gus Kenworthy, and AIDS/LifeCycle Ride Director, Tracy Evans. Kenworthy shares his excitement for participating in this year’s Ride... Read More
SAN FRANCISCO, February 5, 2019—During tonight’s State of the Union address, President Donald Trump announced his Administration’s 10-year strategy to reduce HIV transmission by 2030. While San Francisco AIDS Foundation... Read More
The role of Angel Dumont Schunard—the drag queen percussionist living with AIDS but embraces life to the fullest—is a demanding one. It won a 1996 Tony Award for Wilson Jermaine... Read More