Chinese LGBT activist Guo Ziyang has a chance to return to the U.S. to raise funds for a special medical fund for Chinese HIV/AIDS patients, but he needs our help to get to the Start line. Guo Ziyang has a special arrangement with the AIDS LifeCycle: the funds he will raise during that event will go into a special fund to provide emergency medical loans to Chinese people living with HIV who need medical treatment above and beyond the bare minimum HIV/AIDS treatment provided by the Chinese government. A volunteer since he was 17, Guo Ziyang has worked with HIV infected youth and male and transgender sex workers for the past 10 years. He was the first rider from China to complete the 550 miles from San Francisco to Los Angeles in seven days, and he's ready to ride again to support Chinese LGBT who are impoverished and unable to cover basic medical costs. Chinese living with HIV/AIDS are often discriminated against in employment and rejected by their families, and although the state will pay for HIV/AIDS treatment some have died because they can't afford treatment for more minor medical problems such as appendicitis. Guo Ziyang's project will cover that gap and save lives. Help us get Guo Ziyang to the Start line so that he can raise funds for this vulnerable part of the international LGBT community.