“This was the coolest!” enthused Jillene Moore of Loveland, when asked about her experience cycling the Sukkah Bike Hop. Marv Goldman of Denver summed up his biking experience, “The ride immeasurably added value to the holiday: being outdoors, exercising, chatting, and eating with not only fellow cyclists and Jews, but also having the hospitality of families along the way.” Eighteen riders came together at the Chabad of NW Metro Denver in Westminster as the starting and ending spot for the three routes. Riders of all ages came from Boulder and across the Front Range, and from different Jewish backgrounds and cycling experiences. Read more at Boulder Jewish News. Click here for more pictures from the 2012 Sukkah Bike Hop.
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Over 200 people came together to create a beautiful of community of cyclists, crew, family, and friends.
Join us for the whole weekend, just for shabbat, for a one-day ride, as a rider, or as crew.
I’m struck by how corrupting it is when people ask rhetorical questions, or questions to which they seek to elicit a particular answer
The Hazon Cross-USA Ride travels from Dayton to Pittsburgh this week. Joins us for a day of service!
Sign up for the very last leg of the journey from Pittsburgh to Washington DC
Wondering what it’s like to ride your bike across Israel?
Farm to Farm Bike Ride in Colorado! Special program for teenagers.
It’s as good a time as any for us to go back to basics in relation to Hazon’s work.
Sunday, July 8th, 8:30 AM Ventnor, NJ Join The Friends of the Arava Institute for a Bike Ride starting in Ventnor, NJ. You are invited to join us for the ride. David Lehrer, Executive Director of the Arava Institute, the premier environmental teaching and research program in the Middle East, will join us for the ride and will provide an update on the activities and accomplishments at the Institute. (more…)