Program Highlights:

  • Arava Alumni Student Panel
  • Hazon Sustainability Best Practices Workshop
  • Lectures and Presentations
  • Brewery Tour (Manufacturer of Israel Ride’s ‘route beer’ on Kibbutz Ketura)
  • Crew and Lead Rider Panel
  • Local Community Socially Distanced Rides
  • Book Discussion
  • Israel Ride Route Video
  • Group Rides on Peloton and Zwift
  • Tours of Key Sites in Israel
  • Opening and Closing Ceremony
  • Community Shabbat: Kabbalat Shabbat, Havdalah Ceremony
  • Virtual Campfire Song Session
  • Happy Hour
  • Workouts and Yoga
  • ‘Traditional’ Ride Moments: Orientation, Crew Skit, Rest Stops

Set a Mileage Commitment:

  • Each year on the Israel Ride, riders ride between 150 to 350 miles over the course of 5 days. Although we can’t ride together this fall, we encourage you to set a personal fitness goal! Plan to ride, run, walk, swim, and hike, all in support of the Israel Ride!
    • How?
      Join us on Strava and join the Israel Ride Alumni club to share your rides!
      -Set weekly goals to help you reach your final goal
      -Share your goals and progress by broadcasting your momentum on Social Media use #IsraelRide
      -Feature pictures of you in action as your ride/run/hike/dance
      -Keep your supporters up to date on your progress and let them know that even though the ride is virtual, you’re still committed to the miles