AIDS LifeCycle 2022 is on! After two years of this fundraising ride being cancelled due to the Covid pandemic I will be able to participate in my tenth AIDS LifeCycle (ALC) ride. From June 5-11th I will be pedaling my bike 545+ miles, over 7 days, from SF-LA to support the life-saving services offered by the San Francisco AIDS Foundation and Los Angeles LGBT Center, in the fight to end HIV/AIDS.
Preparing for this journey requires countless hours of training and preparation, and I am committing my time to make sure that I’m ready. My goal this year is to raise $35,000 which is even more than you helped me raise in 2019. This amount goes beyond the minimum required to ride, because I feel the need to do all that I can to help end this disease and the stigma surrounding it. $35,000 will make a world of difference for the organizations benefited by this ride, and the clients they serve. I would be so thankful if you would help me out again this 10th year to cap off what has been a terrific run on the ALC. And, for those who are new supporters, welcome to Team Tim #10.
As in past years, I will keep you posted on the ride with daily updates and FaceBook posts.
Please help me “bring it home” for all of those in need. The cause is right, the rider is preparing, and your support is now needed. The ride is tough, but so gratifying and your dollars are not only tax deductible, but going to a great cause. Can I count on you?
ABOUT THE ROUTE:
DAY 1 (82 Miles: San Francisco to Santa Cruz)
DAY 2 (109.5 Miles: Santa Cruz to King City)
DAY 3 (65.3 Miles: King City to Paso Robles)
DAY 4 (91.4 Miles: Paso Robles to Santa Maria)
DAY 5 (43 Miles: Santa Maria to Lompoc)
DAY 6 (88.1 Miles: Lompoc to Ventura)
DAY 7 (67.2 Miles: Ventura to Los Angeles)
Total Miles: 550.3 Miles
With love and gratitude for your support,