Patriots’ Day & Boston Marathon Ride April 15th, 7:00 AM Newton, MA Join your friends on this special morning for a great ride in (hopefully) beautiful Spring weather, as the Marathon fans and vendors set up: Meet at 7:00 AM in the Newton Library Parking Lot at the corner of Comm Ave and Homer St and leave about 7:15 Feel free to meet there or along the way Ride the Marathon Route out towards Hopkinton (~19 miles) and back Finish on arrival back in Newton (~19 miles) or continue all the way into Boston (~26 miles) Download a Route Map of the Marathon as a guide Please email Howie Rodenstein, chair of the Arava Institute Hazon Israel Ride, if you are interested.
May 19, 2013, 8 AM – 12 PM Fairfax Corner 8900 Little Rive Tpke Fairfax, VA 22031 Map Benefitting Wounded Warriors Project and Hazon Riders should be experienced; suggested minimum age is 12. In case of inclement weather (wet roads), rides will be cancelled. For safety, all riders must wear biking helmets. Beginner/Intermediate – 30 miles Intermediate/Advanced – 50 miles Advanced – 65 miles Registration fee includes: Cycle Fest t-shirt Rest stop with tasty treats SAG vehicle support Mechanical support Light food at the end of the ride Free giveaways Fee: $50/ $45 JCCNV member Before May 5: $45/ $40 JCCNV member With special thanks to The Bike Lane, Earl and Jeff Klioze DDS, and Grant Thornton. Contact: Paula Cole | 703-537-3049 | PaulaC@jccnv.org
Register for the NY Ride by Wednesday and be entered into a raffle for a free 5 Boro Bike Tour registration! 2013 New York Ride Labor Day Weekend | August 30 – September 2 Join the People of the Bike Did you miss your chance to sign up for the TD Five Boro Bike Tour? Our friends at Bike New York have offered Hazon two free spots in this sold out ride. Register for the New York Ride by 5:00pm on Wednesday, March 13th, and we’ll enter you in a raffle to win an opportunity to ride in the 5BBT. Register now at hazon.org/nyride Raffle winners will be contacted on Wednesday evening. Winners MUST register for the 5BBT by 1:00 PM on Friday, March 15. Enjoy Shabbat at Hazon’s new home at Isabella Freedman Join us at Isabella Freedman for an exciting two-day ride from the Berkshires to New York City and a relaxing Labor Day Weekend retreat. Loop through charming New England and Hudson Valley towns Route options from 30 to 100 miles Inspirational Shabbat retreat Inclusive Jewish community Fully supported ride Adamah farm-to-table food Registration options include family plans, tenting, and housing upgrades Register today for your chance […]
Power of Bro Encore Screening March 14th, 7:00 PM Cinema Arts Centre 423 Park Avenue, Huntington, NY If you weren’t able to attend the first sold-out screening, come see the second showing of this incredibly moving and inspirational film about how the Israel Ride changed two brothers’ lives. The stars, Eyal and Ronen, and the director, Ofer, will be there to share their personal experiences.
The Hazon Cross-USA Ride is an incredible and unique adventure. The Ride starts in Seattle on June 13th and ends in Washington, D.C. on August 16th, with riders joining and ending in various locations. Across the country, the riders and Hazon will be raising money and awareness about sustainability in our country- in both our transportation and food systems. In the next few weeks, Hazon staff will be in your community in the Midwest! Come enjoy cooking classes, Jewish learning, and social events – and hear how Hazon can enable you to make a difference while cycling across America. For more information about any program, contact email@example.com Join us in: Cleveland | Ann Arbor | Chicago | Columbus | Pittsburgh Cleveland Wednesday, February 20 – Beachwood Mandel JCC Hazon will be visiting the Beachwood Mandel JCC in the morning- come stop by and hear about an incredible Ride! Contact Bonnie Marks at 216 593 6201 for more information Time: 7:30 – 8:30 am Location: JCC Mandel | 26001 S Woodland Rd | Beachwood, OH 44122 Ann Arbor Wednesday, February 20 – University of Michigan Hillel Enjoy free snacks and learn about how sustainability and Judaism go hand-in-hand- and how you can […]
“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.
Join your friends in Colorado for the annual Sukkah Bike Hop! Sunday, October 7 beginning and ending at Chabad NW of Metro Denver (more…)
Join us on September 27th at the Crooked Knife for the annual Ride Reunion!
Summer is here, which is the perfect time to get outside and start biking! Check here for all the latest cycling news!
The Hazon Cross-USA Ride travels from Dayton to Pittsburgh this week. Joins us for a day of service!