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Old 04-16-19, 11:28 AM
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My 5th Year: 2019 Cycle for the Cause ride to benefit the NYC LGBT Center's programs

Hello Everyone!

I'm doing it again this year. Yes, this is mostly the same text from previous rides, but the need is still there.

Since it was such a great experience for last four years, I am riding from Boston to NYC in the NYC LGBT Center's annual ride again this September.

Once again, I will be doing the whole thing on Lorelei, my 1977 flamingo Superior, so that classic Schwinns get represented. This year I'm doing something a little different: I am co-captain of the Outcycling team. If you want to join me and my team in this endeavor, please let me know. Outcycling is a metro-NYC LGBTI cycling club, but it is open to everyone who is interested. I'm happy to offer information if you would like to register as a rider or as crew. The ride is reaching capacity, but registration should be open until the middle or end of June.

This charity ride raises funds for the Center's HIV programs, which includes prevention education and assistance for people living with HIV and AIDS. I (and many, many others) would be very grateful for any donations. Also, if you work for a business that makes such contributions I would also appreciate corporate contributions, so feel free to pass this information along.

My donation page is: http://support.cycleforthecause.org/peterpedals

The main page for the ride is: http://cycleforthecause.org/

An overview of the programs supported is available at https://gaycenter.org/wellness/hiv-aids. If you are interested and have any questions, don't hesitate to ask.

You can also read about my experience from 2017 here: Peter's Cycle for the Cause 2017

Outcycling information can be found here.

Thanks so much!

The ride doesn't scare me, but the fundraising part sure does!


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I'm going to bump this up, since the ride is two months out. I'm at about 70% of my fundraising minimum and realize it's time for me to start pushing for this metaphorical climb. Honestly, I'd rather do an extended climb with a 10% grade than fundraise, but the fundraising is really the point.
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aren't you nice !!!
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aren't you nice !!!
I do try!
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I do try!
Try not, do!

Do they have a ride in So. Cal.? The SF to LA Ride is too long for me at this point (can't afford all the time off.)
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Do they have a ride in So. Cal.? The SF to LA Ride is too long for me at this point (can't afford all the time off.)
The California ride (AIDS Life Cycle) and Cycle for the Cause are independent. There may be smaller So Cal rides, but I'm not sure. You could probably check with your local HIV/AIDS advocacy organization to see if they know of one. I know that the time commitment for the longer ones does make them impossible for some people to participate. I hope you find one that you can do. It's incredibly fulfilling to ride one.
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The California ride (AIDS Life Cycle) and Cycle for the Cause are independent. There may be smaller So Cal rides, but I'm not sure. You could probably check with your local HIV/AIDS advocacy organization to see if they know of one. I know that the time commitment for the longer ones does make them impossible for some people to participate. I hope you find one that you can do. It's incredibly fulfilling to ride one.
Thanks for the info.
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Originally Posted by eja_ bottecchia View Post
Try not, do!

Do they have a ride in So. Cal.? The SF to LA Ride is too long for me at this point (can't afford all the time off.)
@eja_bottecchia there is a 1 day event in orange county. https://www.radianthealthcenters.org/events/ocra They have 30 and 60 mile route options.
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