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Braking AIDS Ride

BRAKING AIDS® Ride Departs, Bound For Grant’s Tomb Finale

BRAKING AIDS® Ride Departs,

Bound For Grant’s Tomb Finale

The 150 bicyclists on the 2018 BRAKING AIDS® Ride depart from Cooperstown’s Clark Sports Center, bound for finishing ceremonies at Grant’s Tomb in Manhattan Sunday afternoon. Their first stop was Chalybeate Springs in Sharon Springs, then it was on to the Albany Hilton this evening. Tomorrow, the ride goes through the Catskills to an Ellenville resort, before heading into New York City. This is the seventh annual BRAKING AIDS® Ride, which has been raising more than $1/4 million annually toward the fights against AIDS. (Photo courtesy Clark Sports Center)
This year, BRAKING AIDS® Ride Starts Friday From Cooperstown

This year, BRAKING AIDS® Ride

Starts Friday From Cooperstown

Finishers in the 2017 BRAKING AIDS® Ride hoist a replica of a check representing the amount raised, almost $270,000. (Alan Barnett photo)

COOPERSTOWN – For the first time, the annual BRAKING AIDS® Ride – it’s the seventh year of the fundraiser – will depart from Cooperstown: at 6:45 a.m. tomorrow (Friday) from the Clark Sports Center.

The BRAKING AIDS® Ride will bring together 150 cycling activists, a volunteer road crew, and thousands of their supporters to raise money and awareness in support of efforts to end AIDS and homelessness.

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