Named for the popsicles many remember fondly from childhood, it’s one of the most well-loved rest stops on the AIDS/LifeCycle route
Aids has affected David Flanagan deeply, including in the loss of his son. He biked over 500 miles in honor of his son Joshua and to raise awareness.
Nick takes a moment to share how the AIDS/LifeCycle experience impacted him, and how the passionate community has changed him for the better.
Red Dress Day is by far the best day on the AIDS/LifeCycle ride. The costumes are ridiculous, sexy, and a whole lot of fun. It also gave me the opportunity to wear a dress for the first time! I rocked it out, had a blast and shot this video to commemorate the occasion.
Every Thursday, the riders, roadies and volunteers on the AIDS/LifeCycle put on an extravagant show that both visually unites the riders and brings awareness to the forefront of that day’s ride. Today also marked the first day that I wore a dress – a fabulous, shimmering kimono that I instantly[…]
If you are a gay male in America, one in five of your male friends has HIV. And one in ten of your friends doesn’t even know that they have it. USA TODAY reports that one in three of these new infections are diagnosed so late in the infection that[…]
Somewhere between San Francisco and Los Angeles is a pack of 3,200 bicyclists, roadies and volunteers – as well as a group of embedded journalists who are covering the madness. Somewhere amidst this madness is me, Nick Vivion, your esteemed Unicorn Booty representative and do-gooder. I’m here capturing the stories[…]