MADISON (WKOW) -- The Act VII AIDS ride held its last information session Saturday to raise funds and awareness for The Aids Network as it recruits more riders.
The four-day ride will stretch 300 miles across the state.
Organizers say that physical challenge is meant to represent the physical and emotional day-to-day challenges people living with AIDS go through.
"We're doing this not only to raise money for AIDS network but to let people know that AIDS is still out there so we want it to be hard because living with AIDS is hard, but if you make a commitment and train then anyone can do this ride," says organizer Bradley Tabor.
Participants can register up until the day of the ride on August 6th.
So far about 130 people have signed up to ride, including 27's Good To Be Green Reporter Carl Agnelly.
Another 45 or so are on board to help with the crew.