Lee Smith's fundraiser for the AV200 bike ride
Back issues forced me to take a break last year, but I'm back on the bike this spring for the AIDS Vaccine 200, a 200-mile, two-day ride to raise money for AIDS vaccine research at the Emory Vaccine Center and other AIDS service organizations, including Positive Impact and Jerusalem House.
We head out from Emory School of Medicine on May 18, spend the night at Rock Eagle 4-H Center near Eatonton after riding 100 miles and then make the 100-mile return trip to Atlanta the following day, May 19.
It's my 10-year anniversary on the AV200 -- a great cause with a dedicated group of riders.
All 100 percent of your donation goes to vaccine research and disease prevention.
Thanks for your support as I ride for Team Impact.
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