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Endings and beginnings

Today I completed my final weekend of riding with AIDS/LifeCycle in the Bay Area: about 132 miles with 10,000 feet of climbing. (Yikes! I think that's the most climbing I've ever done in two consecutive days.)

I attended my first ALC training ride on May 14, 2005 (but didn't ride in the event until 2006), and since then I've racked up exactly 70,853 miles on the bike. Doing these rides has brought countless joy to my life, and I've been touched by the many stories I've heard from those with whom I've had the privilege and honor to ride.

My next chapter begins later this week, but don't be surprised if at some point in the future you again see my name as a ride leader on the ALC calendar ... or maybe even see me on the event.

I'm not riding in ALC this year, so I don't have a fundraising account. But I encourage you to support your favorite cyclist or roadie in ALC 2015 so that SFAF and the Los Angeles LGBT Center can continue to do their vital work.