Connect With Us

Positive Pedalers has gone social and we want you to get social with us. We know that a growing number of our members want to stay connected with us between issues of Positive Traction so we have created several ways for you to connect to our community. With World AIDS Day coming up, we hope you’ll join us in creating positive public examples, virtually.

And if you are not a member, but wish to join
scan our QR-Code and become a member now!

Many of you already belong to our national Facebook group. If you are not yet one of the 750 members on our Facebook page, we encourage you to join us. Members are encouraged to post about HIV/AIDS and/or Cycling related topics and get to know each other. Coming soon you’ll notice local chapter Facebook groups. You are encouraged to join both your local chapter group as well as our national group.

Have you joined the Twitter craze? Tweet with us about your rides, training, cycling tips, living with HIV, and other related topics. Find us @PositivePedaler and use #PosPeds to tag your posts.

We want to see your photos! So if you use the ever popular Instagram application, take some photos of you (especially in Positive Pedalers gear) while out on your rides, doing fundraisers, or volunteering and be sure to tag your photos with #PositivePedaler or #PositivePedalers. Follow our account by searching for PositivePedalers or PositivePedaler. World AIDS Day is a particularly great day to get started by posting all your great photos from events that day. Use hashtag #WAD2014 as well as our regular hashtag #PosPeds.


Our PositivePedaler Live Stream is  here:

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And finally for those of you that like to keep track of your rides with Strava we now have an official club for you to join. You can check out ride stats from our members all over the country, give kudos, and maybe even engage in a little friendly competition. If you haven’t checked out Strava yet, you might want to give it a try using your smartphone or GPS bike computer.

Eliminating Stigma Through Our Positive Public Example