We are happy to announce of a new initiation we are starting these days that we are sure will make your riding the Israel bike trail much easier as well as your whole stay in Israel.
The Idea is to assign a volunteer (an 'Angel') that will offer you assistant wherever is needed.
You are welcome to ask for help in any matter that is related to the ride along the trail, as well as getting along with the logistics involved.
Think of the 'angel' as a riding pal.
How does it work?
As soon as we get it, we will locate the best 'match" for you.
Why do we do it?
Because many local riders want to help, many riders from abroad are looking for help and most of all – because that’s the way it should be.
Israel Bike Trail is the ultimate route for the adventurous rider. Bikpackers may ride for days without encountering civilization, although it is always a few kilometers away.
On one hand the trail offers remote desert landscapes and on the other, it is a well maintained route that enables you to enjoy the ride to the fullest.
The small state of Israel is a mountain biker’s paradise. Throughout its 600 km longitude and 100 km width, it offers many trails, for all kinds of riding styles and skills, crossing and connecting different landscapes and cultures.
From the Golan heights in the north, through the mountains and sea shore in the center, to the desert in the south, most of the trails are free to travel and thus offering an ultimate freedom for riding.
Riding the Israel Bike Trail (IBT)offers experiencing a variety of landscapes, sceney, cultures and unique sites that Israel has to offer.
The Israel Bike Trail gives us the privilege of riding in some of the prettiest, remotest locations that Israel's natural surroundings have to offer. It passes through areas of great ecological, cultural and religious sensitivity.
Shauli Lev and Gidi Bashan cycled across the Negev on our trail, joined by Eyal Fogel. When they got back, they told us their unforgettable experiences and adventures.
The Israel Bike Trail has raised the banner of partnership between local communities and cyclists. So far, volunteers have helped create four sections of trail: Single Track Tsukim, Single Track Nahal Hava, a trail around Moa, and the Sde Boker–Avdat segment.