Video: 100 Bikers Arrive To Camp Simcha After 150 Mile Trip

aerial arrivalVIDEO [IN OBSERVANCE OF THE 9 DAYS, PLEASE MUTE MUSIC] of the arrival of the Bike 4 Chai rider at Camp Simcha. (See exclusive departure footage here). The bikers raised over $500,000 to benefit the campers. The ride culminated with a triumphant entrance into Camp Simcha Special where the campers performed a spectacular choreographed wheelchair dance to welcome the riders.

Also welcoming the riders, was Police Cheif Rob Lawson.

Each summer, 400 seriously ill children are treated to unforgettable, medically supervised overnight camp experiences at Camp Simcha, for children battling cancer and other hematological illnesses, and Camp Simcha Special, for children with debilitating chronic conditions.This video was made possible by the Ariella Horenstein Music in Our Lives program.

Music by Mendy Portnoy, Sruli Portnoy, Mikey Holder, & Zevi Kaufman.

Video Footage & Editing by Akiva Bomzer.

Additional Video Footage by Yossi Stern, Dovid Rapps, & Yechezkel Wagner.

Special thanks to Shaindy Lowenthal, Meir Bienenfeld, Scott Moerdler, Nachman Calko, Avromi Foxman, DJ Elefant, and Moshe Deutsch.

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7 COMMENTS

  1. god bless you all,you guys are amazing,im proud of the $!000 donation i gave and i really hope to be in shape to join you guys next year!

  2. why do we have to publicly be mevazeh the 9 days by publicizing and advertising this event which took place in the 9 days. Don’t get me wrong it is wonderfull for the camp and campers etc.. but can’t they hold off informing the public untill after Tisha Bav?

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