From July 12-15, the Second Annual Vermont Bike Ride was held to raise funds for Friends of Israel Disabled Veterans-Beit Halochem. The riders spent those three days riding the picturesque roads through the mountains of Vermont in support of disabled Israeli veterans.
“The FIDV Annual Vermont Bike Ride is the only fully supported, catered, kosher bike ride in Vermont,” notes Dr. Isaac Seinuk, Founder of this event and a longtime member of the FIDV Board. “Each day we rode an average of 50 miles of hilly cycling, with over 12,000 feet of total climbing over the entire three days. For a great cause, this was a true cycling vacation which welcomes couples and non-riding spouses.”
The Vermont Bike Ride stayed at the remarkable Three Stallion Inn in Randolph, Vermont. Next year’s ride is already being planned, and we hope that you will join us in raising funds while riding the back roads of Vermont. Please save the date: July 31 – August 3, 2016.