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Local Lifecyclers share stories on the internet

Nevada County cyclists participating in the AIDS/Lifecycle event from June 3-9 will share their stories through regular updates on the Internet.

Darin Barry, Briana Caldwell, Ronnie Campanelli, Alex Ezzell, Kathan Griffis, Paul Thompson and Gordon Landon will crank out 545 miles throughout the seven-day ride from San Francisco to Los Angeles.

Folks back home in western Nevada County will be able to track their progress through podcasts and journal entries at http://www.nevadacounty alc.com.

Each rider must surpass $2,500 in donations to participate. With the May 17 deadline for donations looming, the group is gearing up efforts to meet their goals of generosity.

According to the event’s Web site, there are more than 60,000 people living with AIDS in California, with another estimated 91,000 living with HIV. The funds raised through the ride support the services provided by the San Francisco AIDS Foundation, which along with the L.A. Gay & Lesbian Center, produces the event.

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