J-Cycle 10: A Bike Tour of Historic Jewish Detroit

It's our 10th-anniversary bike ride of historic Jewish Detroit!  This year, we're featuring Jewish connections to the auto industry, including the Ford Piquette Avenue Plant, Beth Olem Cemetery, the Meyer & Anna Prentis building at Wayne State University (featuring a presentation by a Prentis grandson), and more.  It might be our best ride yet.  16 miles, 5 stops, about 3 hours long.  Start times vary.

 

NEW THIS YEAR: There is also a bus option.  Same tour, but from the comfort of a (socially distanced) charter bus!

 

IMPORTANT REGISTRATION DATES

Sponsors: registration now open!

JHSM members: registration now open!

Non-members: online registration opens Monday, September 20

This event will sell out.

 

J-CYCLE SPONSORSHIP LEVELS

Diamond Sponsor - $1,500

  • 6 complimentary tickets

  • name/logo prominently featured on all promotional materials

  • priority day-of check-in

  • promotion of your business or organization to our members and supporters

Platinum Sponsor - $1,000

  • 4 complimentary tickets

  • name/logo featured on promotional materials

  • priority day-of check-in

  • promotion of your business or organization to our members and supporters

Gold Sponsor - $750

  • 3 complimentary tickets

  • name/logo featured on promotional materials

  • priority day-of check-in

  • promotion of your business or organization to our members and supporters

Silver Sponsor - $500

  • 2 complimentary tickets

  • name/logo featured on promotional materials

  • priority day-of check-in

  • promotion of your business or organization to our members and supporters

 

JHSM MEMBERS AND SPONSORS: REGISTER HERE

 

All sales final unless J-Cycle is canceled due to severe weather.  Photo courtesy Elayne Gross Photography.

Need assistance? Contact Judy at 248-915-1826 or info@michjewishhistory.org.

Sunday, October 10, 2021

Sponsors: opportunities available now!

JHSM members: tickets sales open!

Nonmembers: registration begins September 20.

Location:

16 miles, 6 stops, about 3 hours in downtown Detroit

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