by the Forward

Motorcyclists Ride the Holy Land

Hundreds of motorcyclists plan on celebrating Israel’s 60th anniversary this spring by riding across the Holy Land, traveling to Eilat in the south from Metula in the north. The cross-country trek is the brainchild of the Israeli motorbike federation, which invited riders from sister federations in the United States, Canada and Australia. Some 700 bikers are expected to participate.

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