Bike ride to benefit the disabled

350-km ride will start in Jerusalem next Sunday and end on Wednesday.

August 29, 2006 01:48
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Dozens of bike riders from Israel and abroad, including Olympic gold medalist Gal Friedman, will be taking part in Good Wheel 2006, an international bike ride to benefit The Israel Sport Center for the Disabled in Ramat Gan. The 350-kilometer ride will start in Jerusalem next Sunday and end on Wednesday. Leading the riders will be philanthropist Bruce Rosenzweig. Rosenzweig, who owns a marina in Chicago, is an enthusiastic bike rider, taking part in rides all over the world. For many years he has also been one of the major sponsors of the ISCD, generously supporting the rehabilitation of disabled children through the sports activities.

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