Braking the Cycle Hits the Road

For the fourth year I photographed Braking the Cycle, the three-day, 275-mile AIDS ride from Boston to New York to benefit Housing Works‘ lifesaving services for low-income men and women living with HIV/AIDS. Despite a very rainy first day, the ride was better than ever. I followed the 90 riders and 50 crew members the entire way shooting both from the ground and from a moving car (I wasn’t driving!).

This first post in a five-part series contains some of my favorite photos from the road. It was so hard to choose just a few favorites; to see the complete photo galleries, visit my website.

Read the other posts in this series:
2. Faces of Braking the Cylce
3. You Say Rest Stop, I Say Oasis
4. Personalities of Braking the Cycle
5. Braking the Cycle Is a Great Success

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