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Cher decided to take some time out of her busy schedule for a great cause — Cycle For Heroes!!
It was a 9/11 benefit that included, Cher, Danny Glover, and Djimon Hounsou!
The whole thing was a four-hour, rock ‘n’ roll-inspired, stationary cycling event taking place on the Santa Monica Pier, to raise funds for The Heroes Project - An organization taking our wounded veterans on mountain climbs to the 7 Summits of the World.
Equinox was proud to supply 200 stationary Schwinn bikes onto the Pier for over 400 riders! Though, we're not sure how they fit more than one person a bike… LOLz!
All we can really say is that it was a hit — and we're proud we get to show you some pics from it!
Check'em out above AND below!!
[Image via Jason Willheim.]
At least he died doing what he loved, though, no life should be cut as short as his.
The bicyclist, Robert Verhaaren, didn't die of a heart attack or dehydration in a race from Logan, Utah, to Jackson Hole, Wyo.
He crashed on a bridge and fell overboard, about 35 feet.
Robert was trying to avoid a pot hole, so he swerved
2,225 cyclists just completed a crazy seven-day ride from San Francisco, down the Cali coast, into Los Angeles.
It was the 11th annual AIDS/LifeCycle.
The bikers, from ages 18 to 83, rode up and down crazy Californian hills
This is Dale Cooper, official sexpert for AIDS/LifeCycle 11:
It's my job to know a thing or two about getting it on (condoms), so I’d like to share some words of wisdom with you about oral sex.
It's AIDS fundraising and cycling season in California, so whether you're cruising on the 545 miles from San Francisco to Los Angeles or not, safer oral sex is hot sex—and ensures you're in the proper shape for plenty more of it down the road. The body is a temple, so using a condom or dental dam is always the safest bet to keep your pink parts healthy and perky.
If you're not ready for that/in addition, the L.A. Gay and Lesbian Center recommends always scoping out your partner's genitals or rectum beforehand, don't catch any semen or bodily fluids in your mouth, rinse out with mild mouthwash afterward, and always KNOW YOUR STATUS: get tested every 3 to 6 months!
- Dale Cooper, sexpert and embedded press corps member on AIDS LifeCycle 2012
Learm more about AIDS/LifeCycle HERE and use the code PEREZ to save $40 on the registration fee for next year’s ride (expires 6/11/12)!!