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AIDS RIDE 2014, Melbourne, Australia, July 20th 14

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20 Jul 2014 20 Jul 2014
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AIDS RIDE 2014, Melbourne, Australia 20th July 2014, is our closing bicycle ride at the opening of 20th International AIDS Conference, Melbourne 2014! Legitimacy: BCARE is a grassroots registered NGO (BIC 117 of 2003) in India, BCARE Canada with an extra provincial status registered in Quebec, Canada (NEQ: 1164063951) and BCARE USA Inc., is a charitable NGO having 501c3 status Code of Federal Income Tax of IRS, USA History: AIDS RID 2014 is a continuity in connectivity of past 19th International AIDS Conference (AIDS 2012) in Washington DC, USA and ensuing 20th International AIDS Conference (AIDS 2014) in Melbourne, Australia, in July 2014, using our series of bicycle rides between the conferences. Origin and History: AIDS RIDE 2008 was first initiated at the 16th International AIDS Conference (AIDS 2006) in Toronto, Canada by 2 Indian Activists and 2 Polish Canadian Activists. AIDS Ride has been organized by BCARE International and it’s supporting Networks of PLWHAs and NGOs. Ever since the AIDS RIDE was initiated, it has been official affiliated event of every periodical biggest International AIDS Conferences convened! AIDS Ride 2008: Toronto-Mexico City, 7th June - 3rd Aug 2008 Affiliated with 17th International AIDS Conference, Mexico City 2008. It was an incredible journey of 52 days (including 8 days rest) covered about 2900 miles. For more details:, AIDS Ride 2010: Mexico City, Mexico – Vienna, Austria, 1st, July 17th July 2010 Affiliated with 18th International AIDS Conference, Vienna, Austria 2010! We connected approx. 79 locations including 49 major cities carried local cities cycle rides, whilst total distance covered was 6,000 miles by 4 wheeler and we took 23 days to complete the project. AIDS Ride 2012: Boston to Washington DC, 13th July – 22nd July, 2012 Affiliate with 19th International AIDS Conference, Washington DC., 2012. It was a 9 day complete bicycle journey covering 500 miles approx., to spread the word of HIV/AIDS and AIDS 2012 The aim is to pave way for AIDS FREE Generation- ZERO NEW HIV, ZERO Discrimination, ZERO AIDS Related death. Outcome: Organizing the bicycle ride will amplify awareness about HIV/AIDS and facilitate mutual learning among the Bikers, Global Delegates including Network of People Living with HIV/AIDS and other community allies on our different experiences and walks of life, insights and information related to our common mission of AIDS FREE Generation! Likewise, it will give us an opportunity to focus on advocacy campaigning strategies that will complement our current position on global HIV epidemic and related issues. It is in this light that we urge you to grab you bicycle participate and get involve in alleviating the problem of HIV/AIDS in the global community!

55 Commercial Road Melbourne, Victoria 3004,
55 Commercial Road Melbourne, Victoria 3004,