2019 Red Ribbon Ride August 16-18 Ends In Duluth
The Red Ribbon Ride is a three-day, 200-mile bicycle ridte to help raise funds for HIV/AIDS. The proceeds help to support services, treatment, awareness, and prevention.
The ride starts in the Twin Cities area at the Mall of America traveling up to Forest Lake which completes the first day. On day 2, the trip is from Forest Lake to Willow River. Day 3 continues on with the ending point of Park Point in Duluth.
After the 3 days, the riders get a closing ceremony and are transported back to the start line. This ride benefits five separate HIV/AIDS service organizations that are in Minnesota. The Hope House of St. Croix Valley, One Heartland, the African American AIDS Task Force, the Aliveness Project, and the Rural AIDS Action Network.
Riders of all skill levels are encouraged to take part in raising funds for this cause. The full details of the ride including how to register or take part can be found here.