MADISON (WKOW) -- Thursday, more than a 150 bicyclists will embark on a 300 mile journey.
Over the course of four days they'll be raising money for a very good cause.
It's the Wisconsin AIDS Ride and it's celebrating its 10th Anniversary with ACT 10.
Each year, riders travel through part of the nonprofit's 13-county service area, raising both funds and awareness about HIV/AIDS.
To date, 1,145 riders have ridden over 3,000 miles, raising $2,789,680 for AIDS Network.
Riders gather at Olbrich Park Thursday for opening ceremonies at 7:00 AM.
They ride back into Madison Sunday for the closing ceremonies downtown at 2:00 PM.
Click on the camera icon to see an interview with the director of the AIDS Ride.
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