Learn about Berlin’s hidden queer history by biking through some of the city’s most iconic neighborhoods. From the late nineteenth century, the brutal repression of gay people during the Nazi period, the fight for gay rights and equal treatment and the AIDS crisis, hear stories of the people and places that made Berlin the queer capital of Europe.
AIDS/LifeCycle supports the Los Angeles LGBT Center and San Francisco AIDS Foundation. With its 545-mile San Francisco to Los Angeles sponsored cycle ride in June 2018, and your contribution through this experience, it funds the work of these two non-profit organizations, helping them to provide free HIV/AIDS medical care, testing, and prevention services.
Water Celebratory beer at the end
We start with a scenic ride up through beautiful Tiergarten, tracing the city's queer history chronologically with stops in Mitte, Schönenberg and Kreuzberg. We end in a beergarden, where we'll get off our bikes and enjoy a celebratory beer on me!
最多可有8位年满18周岁的参与者参加。 We will go through a specially designed route that is mostly flat, so the tour is perfect for inexperienced riders and cycling pros alike.
Bring your helmet and your bike! You will be able to rent one from nearby Bike Rental company. Just let me know and I can make the booking for you. You can also grab a Lime bike, just download the app
Berlin's Hidden Queer History by Bike