Morning Ride Out

  • Indoor Cycling with the AIDS Ride

    Indoor Cycling with the AIDS Ride For Life

    Initiated in 2012 as a test, this option has grown in popularity for people who want to contribute to STAP/AIDS Ride For Life

    But: a) Do not have a bicycle  b) Don’t feel they can ride 42 miles  c) Are still in cycling training d) Aren’t available to join us on September 13  e) Don’t live in Ithaca or nearby.

    Check out all of the specifics athttp://aidsrideforlife.org/admin/resources/2018-indoor-cycling-with-the-aids-ride-for-life.pdf


  • Seminar Notes-Bike Fit For a Comfortable, Injury Free Ride

    The first in our cycling training series - Training from a Physical Therapists Point of View.

    Facilitator:   James P. Cunningham, PT, DPT, CSCS, OCS

    Dr. Cunningham specializes in orthopedic and sports physical therapy, and athletic conditioning. He has a Doctorate of Physical Therapy from Upstate Medical University and is a Certified Strength and Conditioning Specialist. Being an avid tri-athlete, he coordinates individualized exercise programs for those patients who need exercise, but may have failed with previous programs.

    Free and open to the public - Please RSVP to crotella@stapinc.org or call 607-272=4098

    Tuesday, March 11

    6:30 pm at the Just Be Cause Center,   1013 W. State St. Ithaca, NY 14850


  • Fundraising Tips

    125+ creative ways to fundraise!  Click here or go to our download section.

    Your dollars benefit the programs and service of the Southern Tier AIDS Program.  www.stapinc.org


  • Nutrition: Training Your Gut

    You’ve been stocking up on equipment and fundraising like crazy. But what about your diet?

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