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Red Ribbon Ride: Red Ribbon Ride is a fully supported 4 day, 300 mile bike ride to raise vital funds for HIV/AIDS services, treatment, prevention and awareness. The 15th Anniversary Red Ribbon Ride 2017 will take place July 13th – July 16th, 2017. The Red Ribbon Ride benefits 8 HIV/AIDS service organizations here in Minnesota; African American AIDS Task Force, Clare Housing, Hope House of St. Croix Valley, Minnesota AIDS Project, One Heartland, Park House, Rural AIDS Action Network and The Aliveness Project. Whether you are first time rider, experienced veteran, looking for a physical challenge, want to experience the beauty of Minnesota on a bicycle or have a connection to the cause the Red Ribbon Ride is for you. Join us. Make YOUR difference.

Highlights:

  • You will be served a hot breakfast and dinner daily in camp, a bagged lunch and plenty of snacks. We offer vegetarian options but cannot accommodate all special dietary restrictions.
  • Our Gear & Tent team will transport your gear from Camp to Camp.
  • Each Camp site has shower houses which include private shower stalls, sinks, changing areas and restrooms.
  • On Friends & Family Night you have the opportunity to invite your friends and family to join the ride for the evening.The evening includes dinner, an extended version of Camp Stage and the opportunity to be a part of the incredible Red Ribbon Ride Community. So be sure to invite them on Night 3 to join us and celebrate your accomplishments.

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  1. indalive18 Apr
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    indalive

    Join us in Prescott for a ride through some of the most beautiful backcountry roads Wisconsin has to offer. Just a short drive from the Twin Cities, riders on road bikes, cross bikes and mountain bikes tackle up to 4,000 feet of elevation gain on the 100-mile course.

  2. DmIvZ25 Apr
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    DmIvZ

    I will plan on sending updates and photos to the Friends of Swaziland page on Facebook during and after the ride, so stayed tuned for day by day accounts. Young Heroes will also share information and reports via its social media channels. Since the ride will take place in little over a week’s time, please don’t hesitate to pledge your support soon. I am truly grateful for any support you are able to provide.