Day 3 of the AIDS Lifecycle got off to a challenge, as the riders conquered the infamous “Quad Buster” which will certainly put each athlete’s training to the test as they take on a steep climb over 1 mile of the 545-mile ride.
In addition, students and teachers at the Bradley School hosted a lunch for the riders in which each rider ate a tasty lunch with the proceeds going back to the students to help support their Arts projects. With the help of the AIDS LifeCycle participants, the school raised over $65,000!
Finally, after a big climb and a tasty lunch, the riders were treated to a ride through “Camp Roberts” an active Military Base with more than a few opportunities for photos on the tanks with their big… long… guns…
LA is only a couple days away!
Find out more about how to donate and get involved with AIDS LifeCycle here!
By Dirk Smith