THANK YOU for your support during Harbor to the Bay 15! With your help, we raised more than $66,000 for CRI's lifesaving research and support services. 

Twenty bicycle riders took to the roads and trails between Boston and Provincetown on a 125-mile route to fundraise for the Community Research Initiative during Harbor to the Bay’s 15th annual charity ride on Saturday, Sept. 23. CRI’s riders and 29 crew members raised more than $60,000 for the organization’s lifesaving research, outreach programs, and services.

Overall, Harbor to the Bay raised more than $400,000 for four AIDS service organizations in Massachusetts: CRI, Fenway Health, AIDS Action Committee, and AIDS Support Group of Cape Cod. Over the past 14 years, CRI riders, crew members, donors, supporters, and volunteers have raised over $1 million for HIV/AIDS research, prevention, and care.

We had a ton of fun at this year's ride — check out the photos on CRI's Facebook page!

Want to ride for CRI on September 15, 2018? Please contact Libby Mullen at emullen@crine.org or 617.502.1726 for more information on riding, crewing, or fundraising. 

Thank you to CRI's Harbor to the Bay sponsors — these organizations help to make this ride and CRI's lifesaving research possible with their support. Check them out!


Harbor to the Bay (H2B) is an annual bike ride from Boston to Provincetown that raises funds and awareness for four local HIV/AIDS organizations, including CRI.

One hundred percent of every dollar raised from this volunteer-run event goes directly to beneficiaries providing much-needed services and conducting critical research. This ride is organized by the community, for the community. Since 2004, H2B riders and crew have raised more than $1 million for CRI. These funds enable us to participate in clinical trials to make treatment and prevention easier, simpler, and safer. You are helping us ensure that people here in Massachusetts and around the world can live longer, healthier lives.

Harbor to the Bay is successful each year because of YOU — so thank you for riding, crewing, volunteering, donating, and supporting CRI.