You Say Rest Stop, I Say Oasis

On the Braking the Cycle AIDS Ride, about every 15 miles along the 275-mile route from Boston to New York, there is a rest stop called an Oasis. There the riders can get snacks and lunch, hydration, bike repair, medical attention, and best of all, hugs and encouragement in their fight against HIV/AIDS. Whether in pouring rain at the start of the ride or bright sunshine at the end, the energy was high at every oasis, and they contributed to the great success of the event.

It was so hard to choose just a few favorite oasis photos; to see the complete photo galleries, visit my website.

Read the other posts in this series:
1. Braking the Cycle Hits the Road
2. Faces of Braking the Cylce
4. Personalities of Braking the Cycle
5. Braking the Cycle Is a Great Success


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