Your choice of routes

The ride team in Israel consists of experts in every field bringing you the ultimate cycle and travel experience. For 2017, we are offering a choice of routes, which are still being planned. Each route will require a minimum of 8 and maximum of 45 registered riders.

Below are links to the 2017 Touring and Challenge Routes. All other routes will be updated shortly.


2017 Heroes

Ride alongside our handbike cyclists.

  • Day 1: 61km / 405m elevation gain
  • Day 2: 27km / 214m elevation gain
  • Day 3: 33km / 275m elevation gain
  • Day 4: 22km / 449m elevation gain
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2017 Touring

Comfortable pace, most popular route.

  • Day 1: 61km / 405m elevation gain
  • Day 2: 57km / 805m elevation gain
  • Day 3: 63km / 1045m elevation gain
  • Day 4: 61km / 689m elevation gain
  • Day 5: 41km / 758m elevation gain
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2017 Challenge

Are you ready to push yourself?

  • Day 1: 62km / 1102m elevation gain
  • Day 2: 122km / 1363m elevation gain
  • Day 3: 78km / 1152m elevation gain
  • Day 4: 82km / 2047m elevation gain
  • Day 5: 70km / 1501m elevation gain
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2017 Extreme

Do you need MORE of a challenge?

  • Day 1: 75km / 1609m elevation gain
  • Day 2: 154km / 1821m elevation gain
  • Day 3: 120km / 1669m elevation gain
  • Day 4: 107km / 2155m elevation gain
  • Day 5: 82km / 1948m elevation gain
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2017 Off-Road

For those who like to hit the trails.

2017 distances will be available soon

Ride Logistics


Accommodations During the Ride

Single Rooms

We have very limited number of single rooms available.  There will be an $800 single supplement charge. Please email us if you are interested, as these rooms will be assigned in order of request.

FAQs about the Ride

  • What time do we start riding each day?

    The ride will start each morning between 7:30 – 8:30, depending on your route. It is important to start early to avoid cycling in the heat of the day.

  • What is the pace of the ride?

    The ride will be split into groups, according to pace, daily kilometres and difficulty of terrain. All groups offer a quality ride for the varying levels of cyclists and you will not be disappointed. For security reasons it is necessary that riders stay fairly close together with their group. At rest stops, a group will not be able to proceed until the entire group has arrived and had a chance to eat and drink.

  • Do I need to bring electrolyte powder and snacks?

    Nutritious meals, snacks, water and electrolyte supplements will be provided during the ride.  If you have a preferred electrolyte powder, please bring this with you.

  • What about bike repairs and CO2 cartridges?

    We have support vehicles (lead and tail), as well as bike mechanics who cycle alongside us. They are equipped to repair almost any breakdown on the spot within minutes. CO2 cartridges are not allowed in your carry-on or checked luggage. All checked luggage going to Israel is x-rayed. If cartridges are found, they will be discarded, or cause your luggage to be delayed to a later flight. Either way, you do not require these.

  • What spare parts should I bring?
    It is highly recommended that you bring extra cleats. We will not have the cleats you require in Israel and if your cleats break, which happens often, you will not be able to ride. If your bike has any unique parts that you are concerned you might need to replace in Israel, bring extras with you.
  • What if I am too tired to pedal?

    We can look after that—there will be a bus following each route should you wish to take a break from cycling.

Disclaimer: The information contained on this page is subject to change.