|The 2019 Jerusalem House Riders – photo by Dan Lax|
The 2021 AV200 welcomes all levels and types of riders!
Jerusalem House is a co-beneficiary of the AIDS Vaccine 200 (AV200) event produced by Action Cycling Atlanta. Held on a May weekend annually (pre-COVID), the AV200 is a 200-mile bicycle ride to raise money for the Emory Vaccine Center and other local organizations fighting to end HIV/AIDS.
As a participating team, Jerusalem House receives 50% of the total funds that our team raises.
For 2021, they’re stretching the 200 miles out over a 2-month “ride-on-your-own” event with a suggested new 25-mile route each week. You can ride indoors or out, any time of day – you can even ride a stationary bike!
The challenge runs from April 1 through May 31. It’s just $35 to register and the minimum each rider must raise is $250. Sign up for our team or donate here!
We would like to say thanks to the team members – who go above and beyond ordinary fundraising to make our world a better place, help find a cure for HIV/AIDS, and help the individuals and families who call Jerusalem House “home.”
|The 2021 Jerusalem House Riders (new riders are signing up weekly – join our team here)
Team Captain: Debra Snell
Action Cycling Atlanta (ACA) is an all-volunteer organization that raises awareness and funding for HIV/AIDS vaccine research that will one day eradicate the disease. ACA has raised more than a million dollars for AIDS vaccine research. ACA has donated 100% of all money raised by participants to its beneficiaries.