“I'm riding for a cure because I've invested close to 7 years of riding all over the USA raising not only money but awareness of HIV/AIDS. And we are so close to a cure... I can't stop now.”
Grant is a veteran participant of the Kiehl’s Liferide for amfAR. The former U.S. Marine sniper turned producer and host of Discovery Science’s "What Could Possibly Go Wrong?" has ridden thousands of miles to help raise not only money for research, but awareness of HIV/AIDS and the need for a cure.
Tune in August 12 for a new season of "What Could Possibly Go Wrong?" on the Science Channel.
Follow my LifeRide journey on social media for the latest updates, photos and videos along this year’s route!
Support the cause, earn prizes, and fuel some friendly competition by donating to any of the celebrity rider pages. No matter who comes out on top, we are all united in this epic journey to find a cure for AIDS.
Kiehl’s LifeRide for amfAR is an annual, week-long motorcycle ride through major U.S. cities that includes multiple high-profile events at Kiehl’s stores along the way to raise HIV/AIDS awareness and funds to help amfAR find a cure. At the conclusion of this year’s ride, Kiehl’s will have raised $1.2 million for amfAR. The 6th Kiehl’s LifeRide for amfAR is a 2,100-mile long journey that begins in Denver, CO on August 3 and ends in San Diego, CA on August 15. Learn more at www.kiehls.com and www.amfar.org.