Israel Ride

Update: The Israel Ride is going virtual!

In light of the impact of COVID-19, the 2020 Israel Ride has been postponed to 2021. We’re thrilled to announce the 2020 Virtual Israel Ride, which will bring our community together and support the crucial work of the Arava Institute and Hazon.

Join us on this virtual journey from October 25 to November 1; registration is open now!

2020 Virtual Israel Ride

Registration for the 2020 Virtual Israel Ride (October 25 – November 1) is open now.

The Virtual Israel Ride will provide an opportunity to experience some highlights of the annual Israel Ride, while supporting the crucial work of the Israel Ride’s two beneficiaries, the Arava Institute and Hazon.

The Virtual Israel Ride will consist of an engaging series of educational programming, independent riding, and community building activities all designed to share some meaningful ‘off-the-bike’ experiences of the Israel Ride in a virtual format.

Learn more here or contact us!

2021 Israel Ride

Registration for the 2021 Israel Ride (October 19-26, 2021) will open in the Fall of 2020.

The annual Israel Ride is the premier cycling experience in Israel. Enjoy five glorious days of biking, with route options for recreational, experienced, and non-riders. All routes are fully supported with plentiful local food, wonderful crew and mechanics, and great overnight locations.

The week-long Ride includes orientation, five cycling days, and a day off for Shabbat. There is something for everyone on the Israel Ride – for those new to Israel or seasoned travelers, for those coming on their own, with families, or part of local teams, and for riders of all ages. Learn about the ecological challenges in the region as you explore the Negev desert, and support the work of the Arava Institute and Hazon.

Learn more on the Israel Ride website, or contact us!

About Hazon:

Hazon means vision and is America’s largest Jewish environmental group. Hazon creates healthier and more sustainable communities in the Jewish world and beyond, through transformative experiences, thought leadership, and capacity building. Hazon offers the opportunity for riders of all faiths to explore Jewish traditions within the context of the Jewish environmental movement.


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