If you've spoken with anyone who has done the AIDS/LifeCycle seven-day, 545-mile bike ride from San Francisco to Los Angeles to support AIDS/HIV services, you've probably heard words like "incredible" and "life-changing." This huge charity athletic event raises many millions of dollars for important organizations like the San Francisco AIDS Foundation and the LA Gay and Lesbian Center.
It's also an incredible personal and physical journey and a chance to meet tons of wonderful people. This year, the AIDS/LifeCycle expects to draw well over 2,000 riders. In the words of RealJock.com founder Jeff Titterton, "I met more great people doing the AIDS/LifeCycle 5 than I usually meet in a year. It was one of the best weeks of my life."
Follow the RealJock.com AIDS/LifeCycle Training Program
RealJock.com wants you to do the AIDS/LifeCycle 6 ride from June 3 – 9, 2007. And don't worry, if you're in even moderately decent shape, it is not too late to get started; the AIDS/LifeCycle welcomes riders of all levels and is not a competitive event. While the official training started back in the fall, RealJock.com has partnered with Richard Soriano, DPT, a veteran cyclist and director of Action Sports Medicine in San Francisco, to develop a 17-week training program to help get you ready for the AIDS/LifeCycle.
Register for AIDS/LifeCycle 6, June 3 – 9, 2007
- Register for AIDS/LifeCycle 6
- See other RealJock.com members who are signed up (sign in to view this link)
- Add yourself to the RealJock.com AIDS/LifeCycle attendees list (sign in to view this link)
Follow along with our training program to get in great shape for the AIDS/LifeCycle 6.
- Week 1 Training
- Week 2 Training
- Week 3 Training
- Week 4 Training
- Week 5 Training
- Week 6 Training
- Week 7 Training
- Week 8 Training
- Week 9 Training
- Week 10 Training
- Week 11 Training
- Week 12 Training
- Week 13 Training
- Week 14 Training
- Week 15 Training
- Week 16 Training
- Week 17 Training
- Week 18 Training
Official AIDS/LifeCycle Training Rides Links
If you live in Northern or Southern California, we strongly suggest you attend some of the official training rides. It's a great way to learn the rules of the road and to get to know some of your fellow riders.