IT'S OFFICIAL - The 2020 R2r will be in SAN DIEGO

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April 30th, 2020 - May 3rd, 2020



This will be a very special R2R, so wax down your surfboard, get out your baggies, and Huarache sandals too, and start planning for Californi-A. The organization that this year’s R2R is supporting is the Butterfly Project. The Butterfly Project (Zikaron V’Tikvah ~ Hebrew for Remembrance and Hope) was co-founded in 2006 by educator Jan Landau and artist Cheryl Rattner Price. Jan and Cheryl started this as an initiative at San Diego Jewish Academy to take Holocaust education out of the textbook and bring it to life in a way that inspires students to make the world a better place. The host hotel will be the San Diego Del Mar DoubleTree. The details along with general R2R registration information will be announced in the next newsletter coming out before the Holidays, but it is not too soon to start making your travel plans.

A word about travel; With most of us living east of the Mississippi and in many cases cold climates at that, the California venue presents some challenges as well as opportunities. Let’s talk about the opportunities first. You get to ride in some of the most interesting and fun parts of North America. The Grand Canyon, the Painted Desert, the Sierra Nevada’s , the California coast. For many of us, this will be the trip of a lifetime.


The challenges for many of us are obvious. Crossing the continent can take a lot of time and resources which many of us do not have. Stay tuned, details for possible travel plans will be in the newsletter coming out shortly, as well as details on the entire R2R.

This R2R promises to be exceptionally meaningful and fun. You do not want to miss it.Please check out our Ride 2 Remember website here As we get more information it will be posted there, so come back often to learn more.

In the mean-time, if you need information concerning bike rentals here is what we have so far.  Stay tuned for multi-location discount links for Eagle Rider

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