Hill Country Ride for AIDS – April 2016 – This ride is an annual cycling event throughout beautiful Central Texas. Riders, teams, and volunteers provide life saving support for thousands of Central Texans living with HIV/AIDS by raising money for 10 local nonprofit organizations. It’s a RIDE, not a race, and all levels are welcomed and celebrated. You choose the distance that best suites you: Ride 13, 27, 53, 70, 100 miles. All routes are fully supported with helpfiul volunteers.
Kyle Spidle Memorial Day on the Ride – May 2016 – New York, NY – This one day ride starts and ends at the north end of Chelsea Piers (West 22nd Street and the Hudson River bike path) near the rest rooms. Please join this ride in 2016 for its 4th annual. This ride is held in conjunction with the Second Saturday Training Ride, and will be supported by members of the amazing BRAKING AIDS® Ride crew!
AIDS Vaccine 200 – May 16 & 17, 2015 – Atlanta, GA – Action Cycling Atlanta (ACA), the producers of AIDS Vaccine 200, is an all volunteer run organization. Going into its 13th year, ACA has raised more than $1.6 million for AIDS vaccine research. ACA has donated 100% of all money raised by participants to its beneficiaries. The mission of Action Cycling Atlanta is to raise awareness and funding for HIV/AIDS vaccine research that will one day eradicate the disease.
11th Annual NorCal AIDS Cycle – Between May 14 to May 17 2015, cyclists will be riding 330 miles to raise money and awareness for HIV/AIDS service providers in the Sacramento Valley and beyond! This 4-day, 330-mile journey takes you through the beautiful Northern California landscape. You’ll share the experience with your fellow participants, realize a goal that you made for yourself months before, build camaraderie, and find friends and family that will last long after the ride ends.
AIDS/LifeCycle – May 31 – June 6, 2015 – This world famous ride is a fully supported, 7-day bike ride from San Francisco, CA to Los Angeles to raise money and awareness in the fight against HIV/AIDS. 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.
Ride for AIDS Chicago – July 11 & 12, 2015 – Chicago, IL -This is a two-day, 200-mile bicycling event produced by TPAN and designed to raise needed monies for TPAN and community partners. Unlike other rides of this kind, Ride for AIDS Chicago is committed to returning 100% of your pledges to the beneficiaries. We are a grassroots event, committed to keeping costs as low as possible.
Red Ribbon Ride – July 16 – 19, 2015 – This ride is a 4-day, 300-mile Ride for HIV/AIDS, supported by an all-volunteer Crew; raising money for eight Minnesota AIDS service organizations! Overnight stops will be Belle Plaine, Mankato & Waconia. And this year they are introducing a 2 Day Option – Saturday/Sunday of the Red Ribbon Ride – for 135 Miles. Starting at the Mall of the Americas, in Bloomington, MN.
Friends for Life Bike Rally – On July 26, 2015, more than 400 Riders and Crew will embark on a six-day, 600 km journey from Toronto to Montréal to support the Toronto People With AIDS Foundation’s (PWA) ability to provide critical services and support to individuals living with HIV and AIDS in Toronto. Now in its 17th year, the Bike Rally is the sustaining fundraiser of the PWA. Register here for the experience of a lifetime and help make a positive difference.
AIDS Ride South Africa (ARSA) – July 26 – August 13, 2015 – Riders cycle annually to raise funds and awareness about HIV and AIDS in South Africa and globally. Founder, Bryan Mark Urbsaitis explains, ARSA, Ltd is a not-for-profit organization registered within New York State, USA. Donations of funds, food, cycling equipment, gear, lodging, petrol, rental vans, plane tickets as well as the generosity of your time and enthusiasm are accepted.
Wisconsin AIDS Ride – July 30 – August 2, 2015 – This ride is a 4-day, 300 mile ride around Wisconsin, starting and ending in Madison. It raises money for Wisconsin’s statewide AIDS service organization, AIDS Resource Center of Wisconsin. This year, the ride has a 1-day Century option and a 2-day weekend option, which is roughly 160-miles. Something unique about this 13-year-old ride is that the route is different each year and covers different areas of Wisconsin. This year’s overnight camp for all three nights will be in Horicon, Wisconsin.
Paradise Ride Kauai – August 1 & 2, 2015 – 120 miles of new course over 2 days, along the beaches of Kauaʻi, over her mountains and through her jungles. This amazing ride–not a race– offers you the opportunity to experience some of Kauai’s most breathtaking scenery.
AIDS Ride for Life – September 12, 2015 – The AIDS Ride For Life is a fully supported, 42, 90 or 100 mile bike ride beginning in Ithaca, NY. Indoor cyclists are joining us around many communities! We are all raising money and awareness in the fight against HIV/AIDS. Mark September 12, 2015 on your calendar and book your travel to New York’s beautiful Finger Lakes Region for the 17th annual AIDS Ride For Life.
Cycle for the Cause – September 18 & 19, 2015 – Annual Northeast AIDS Ride, is a fully-support 3-day/approximately 275-mile bike ride. Riders and crew make their way from Boston to New York City all in an effort to raise millions of dollars for the HIV/AIDS related programs at the New York LGBT Center. The total distance is 275 miles.
Harbor to the Bay – September 19, 2015 – Boston, MA -Harbor to the Bay is a one day, 68 or 126 mile bike ride from Boston to Provincetown that raises funds for 4 HIV/AIDS organizations. Riders commit to raising a minimum of $1,000 to participate in this event, with 100% of all donations going directly to the beneficiaries.
Surf City AIDS Ride – September 20, 2015 -Santa Cruz County Courthouse, 701 Ocean St., Santa Cruz, CA. The Surf City AIDS Ride is looking forward to making its 15th year bigger and better than ever. Since our first year, we’ve raised over $360,000 for the Santa Cruz AIDS Project. There are 12, 30, 65, and 100 mile routes to choose from, and our goal is to raise $75,000 this year!
Braking AIDS Ride – September 25 – 27, 2015 – Boston, MA to New York, NY – This rides Benefits Housing Works – a healing community of people living with and affected by HIV/AIDS. The ride is 3 days, 285 miles, on a spectacular route from Boston to New York City. The ride is fully supported, with a clearly marked route, along with abundant support vehicles and rest stops every 15 miles. All riders will arrive in Boston by 4:30 pm on Thursday, September 24th to participate.
New Jersey Ride Against AIDS – September 27, 2015 – NJRAA will be a one day bicycle fundraising ride held on Saturday, September 27, 2014. The ride will begin and end at The Center in Asbury Park, NJ. Routes of 25, 50, or 100 miles will be offered to accommodate biking enthusiasts of all levels!
Charity Treks HIV/AIDS Bike Trek – September 30 – October 3, 2015 – Charlottesville, VA to Washington, DC. This ride has been produced as an annual ride since 2002, primarily in the Northeast (Burlington to Portland, Montreal to Portland, Montreal to Boston). The beneficiaries for this event will be the Emory Vaccine Center in Atlanta, GA and the UCLA AIDS Institute in Los Angeles, CA.
Orange County Ride for AIDS – October 24, 2015 – This is a fully supported one day ride – not a race-through some of Orange County’s most breathtaking scenery, that offers Century (100 miles), Metric Century (62 miles) and Taste of OCRA (30 miles) rides starting in Irvine, CA at the William R. Mason Regional Park. The route travels through the hills and towns of South OC with amazing stretches along the ocean and open spaces. Whether you are participating in a ride for the first time, or an experienced cyclist, this ride is for you.
The SMART Ride – November 13 & 14, 2015 – Miami, FL to Key West, FL – This ride is unique to fundraising in so many ways, but first and foremost it’s our guarantee that 100% of every penny raised will go to AIDS Service Organizations around Florida. Since 2003 that has represented over $6.4 million. This 2-day journey is 165 miles across the famous overseas highway and the 42 bridges that connect the tip of Florida to the Florida Keys.