Action Cycling launches new fundraiser with Woofs beer bust

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Action Cycling Atlanta – the jocks who pedal their way to raising millions of dollars for HIV vaccine research – parked their bikes on Saturday to peddle beer and raise funds and awareness for a new event.

The beer bust at Woofs served as a kick-off for Action Cycling's Field Day on March 31. The event benefits Action Cycling and Hearts Everywhere Reaching Out for Children, which assists children impacted by HIV.

Action Cycling's main event – the AV200 – is set for May 19-20.

Photos by Russ Youngblood


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