HELP KYLE RIDE IN SUPPORT OF ENDING HIV/AIDS FOR GOOD!
On June 2, 2019 my boyfriend and I will be participating with Team Colorado in a momentous event called AIDS/Lifecycle, a 545-mile, week long bike ride from San Francisco to Los Angeles. This event brings over 3,000 Cyclists, Roadies, and Virtual Cyclists together from all over the world with one goal in mind…to help make HIV/AIDS a thing of the past! This event is made possible for me through your generous donations in helping me meet a goal of $5,000
WHO AM I?
I am Kyle, an Emergency/Trauma RN living in Denver, Colorado. I grew up in Flagstaff, a small snowy mountain town in Northern Arizona. I have a loving family and an awesome boyfriend (who is riding and training with me) I have achieved alot during my short time on this planet and have ample drive to accomplish more. From running down the steep trails of Kauai to competing in the National Collegiate Triathlon Championships, my drive and passion will overcome any obstacle that I come across.
This event brings forth the obstacle that is the distance of the ride, a much, much longer bike ride than I have ever completed before (hence my boyfriend helping me train).
This is my first year participating as a Cyclist, not only do I have alot of excitement about the event and experience, but I also have alot of reasons of the importance in the cause. Reasons that have helped influence me to join the team and reasons that will continue to motivate me through the finish line.
...To keep it short...
Updates on what these reasons are and why they are significant to me will be joined with pictures and posts as I am on bike rides training for the big day in beautiful Colorado
Where do your donations go?
With the funding from your donations it will help San Francisco AIDS Foundation and the Los Angeles LGBT Center:
-decrease the number of new infections through free testing, prevention, and medical care
-improve quality of life for those affected with HIV/AIDS
-help fund HIV/AIDS life-saving services
-all while bringing more awareness to what it means to have HIV/AIDS and stigmas associated