What is the Cycle of Support?
Founded in 2008 by Jewish Board Trustee Tony Mann, the Cycle of Support is one of The Jewish Board’s most successful fundraising events.
Cycle of Support is designed to be enjoyed by teams of riders, families, or individuals who want to take advantage of a great course while cycling to help New Yorkers in need. During the ride, cyclists pedal through the scenic byways of Upper Westchester, enjoying the leafy countryside. Tasty snacks and beverages at rest stops help everyone pace themselves. And after the ride, the fun continues with a festive BBQ, massages, and more.
When and Where is the Ride?
Cycle of Support takes place in the Fall and starts at Purchase College, located at 735 Anderson Hill Road, Purchase, NY 10577 — directly across from the entrance to the Pepsi corporate offices.
How Difficult is the Ride?
Cycle of Support has something for everyone; participants can choose the distance that best fits their skill level and interest. Families and casual riders can enjoy a 10 mile course, while more experienced riders can tackle challenging 25 or 62 mile courses.
Where Does the Money Raised Go?
Money raised by Cycle of Support helps The Jewish Board to deliver youth-focused services in communities from as far north as Westchester County to as far south as Staten Island.