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Hill Country Ride for Aids

April 7, 2010

If the scenery doesn’t take your breath away, the Ride will!

The Hill Country Ride for AIDS (HCRA) is an annual cycling event that rolls through beautiful Central Texas this year on April 24, 2010. Riders and volunteers raise money for life saving support for thousands of Central Texans living with HIV/AIDS. It’s a Ride, not a race, so all levels are welcomed and celebrated. You choose the distance that best suites you: 10, 45, 65, 100 miles or the scenic mountain bike trail.  And all HCRA routes are fully supported with helpful volunteers.

Yes, this is a fundraising ride, and there is a $500.00 fundraising minimum for individuals. And while no one likes to ask for money, when people learn you are riding all those miles through the Hill Country for such a great cause, they will WANT to support you! The majority of people start out thinking they can’t raise this much but the average rider has raised over $1,000 every year of the Ride! It’s easier than you think, and the HCRA staff has special fundraising volunteers who will help you raise your money!

The Official HCRA Jersey

Additionally, the 2010 HCRA jerseys are now on sale at Bicycle Sport Shop. Get one for ride day and for all your training rides! And remember!  Bicycle Sport Shop is giving away a $1,000 gift certificate for the first rider who raises $5,000!  Ready, set, GO FUNDRAISE!

There is tons of great information about this event at HillCountryRide.org.

We look forward to seeing you at this year’s Hill Country Ride for Aids!

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