התנועה ליהדות מתקדמת בישראל
Exploring Northern Israel, Hula Valley, the Slopes of the Golan Heights and Upper Galilee
March 26th – Mar 30th, 2017

R4R 2017 celebrates Bar-Mitzvah

Pictures from the Annual Bike RideJoin us for the 13th annual Ride4Reform and help us achieve our vision of creating a more pluralistic, just and equal Israel. Riding 4 Reform is suitable for all types of nature-lovers, with two cycling options, road and mountain cycling.
Join us for an unforgettable week that combines your love of biking and your commitment to supporting Israel and the Israel Movement for Reform and Progressive Judaism (IMPJ). Experience a soul, mind and body retreat on wheels. Meet committed Reform Jews from Israel, North America, and throughout the world while enjoying breathtaking views throughout the land of Israel.

New: On-road biking track, for road bikers: In addition to our traditional mountain biking tracks, this year we have added a complete road track, suitable for those who prefer riding on paved secondary roads.

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Riding4Reform Mountain

The traditional Riding4Reform mountain track consists of riding through diverse terrain (paved, gravel paths, single tracks, dirt), with a typical daily ride of about 25-40 miles (40-60kms), and typical accumulated climbs or descents of 1000-2000 ft (300-600m). A half-day light version of this challenging track is available. This light version is especially selected for the recreational bikers who wish to spend more time off the saddle, treating their soul, mind and body in alternative ways.

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Riding4Reform Road

The On-Road route appeals to riders in good shape who train on paved roads. The route traverses secondary paved roads through magnificent hilly scenery and very light traffic. The track averages 40-60 miles of riding per day (60-95kms), and per-day accumulated climb of about 700-2500 ft (200-750m). Throughout the five days, we will be totaling approximately 240 miles.
A half-day light version of this full on-road track is available, for the recreational bikers who wish to spend more quality time off the saddle.

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Save the date for Riding4Reform 2018: March 18 – 23, 2018