Cycle for the Cause is an annual bike ride that aims to raise money to end AIDS. It features an epic 3-day, 275-mile bike ride from Boston to New York. Each year hundreds of cyclists from all walks of life get together to do their part to end AIDS, and to help hundreds of thousands of people living with HIV and AIDS. As they say, “Because the story of AIDS isn’t over, but it can be.”
We previously published Marcus Woolen’s first-hand account of his motivation to Cycle for the Cause year after year, and how he trains. Today we are proud to publish photographs of the cheerful participants in the 2018 Cycle for the Cause, which happened recently. As you can see from these photos, apart from being an excellent cause, Cycle for the Cause is also a whole lot of fun! Like all charity bike rides, Cycle for the Cause is a fully supported ride open to all kinds of cyclists. Take a look, and decide if you want to sign up for the 2019 ride, to be held 20-22 September, 2019. Because as Cycle for the Cause asks:
“What will you do to end AIDS? Join the cause. Register as a Rider or Crew today and be a part of the end of the story.”
Check out this great video that really captures the excitement of this epic bike ride:
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