Ride for the Jewish Future at The Jewish Federation’s Tour de Summer Camps on October 28th


Jewish Federation’s Tour de Summer Camps

What is Tour de Summer Camps?

The Jewish Federation’s Tour de Summer Camps is a cycling event that raises significant funds to send more kids to Jewish summer camp. Collaboratively, The Jewish Federation’s Tour de Summer Camps helps local families offset the cost of Jewish summer camp and give more children the opportunity to explore their Jewish identity’s and create a lifelong connection to the Jewish community!

Last year the Jewish Federation’s Tour de Summer Camp was able to raise $1.2 million to give more kids the chance to experience Jewish summer camp! Research tells us that kids who have attended Jewish summer camp are much more likely to identify as Jewish when they are adults and be involved in the Jewish community. The Jewish Federation’s Tour de Summer Camp’s goal is to provide more children with this experience that lasts a lifetime!

About the Ride

Participants must be 16 years or older to ride in Tour de Summer Camps, but everyone can participate as a virtual rider! Whether you are a beginner or an expert you can join our adventure and take on the challenge of an 18-mile, 36-mile, 62-mile (Metric Century), or 100-mile (Century) ride! You can also, for the first time in Tour de Summer Camps history, Cycle at Camp with Fly Wheel bikes at 9:30 a.m., 10:30 a.m., or 11:30 a.m. All proceeds go towards sending more kids to Jewish summer camps!

Cycle at Camp

The Jewish Federation’s Tour de Summer Camps takes place on October 28th at Camp Alonim on the Brandeis-Bardin Campus of the American Jewish University in Simi Valley, CA.

For more information and to register please visit tourdesummercamps.org