Teen Outdoor Adventure Biking Series with Hazon

Calling all High-Schoolers! Join us on one-day, 30-mile bike trips around Boulder and Denver from late August to November. Find out what Judaism has to say about the environment, enjoy a great challenge, and have fun with your friends!

Our experienced cycling counselors will lead you on your journey through beautiful, sunny Colorado while pushing you both physically and mentally.

Best of all… it’s FREE! Sign up for one ride, or many. Bring your friends and we’ll see you on the road!

The first ride is August 28th, so find out more and sign up today!
The Colorado Teen Bike Ride series is funded by a grant from Rose Youth Foundation, an initiative of Rose Community Foundation.

Hazon means vision.
We create healthy and sustainable communities in the Jewish world and beyond.
We effect change in the world in three ways:

  • Transformative experiences for individuals and communities.
  • Thought-leadership in the fields of Jewish and environmental knowledge.
  • Support of the Jewish environmental movement in North America and Israel.

About Becky O'Brien

Hazon is America's largest Jewish environmental organization. We create healthier and more sustainable communities in the Jewish world and beyond. Hazon in Colorado is led by Becky O'Brien, Boulder Director and Sarah Kornhauser, Denver Director.

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