Jews On Bikes
Seven unconventional Jewish bikers shatter stereotypes surrounding their religion as they rev their engines for a 30-day, 4,000-mile journey across North America. (S1, ep 1)
The bikers hit New York as they discover what it means to be Jewish in today's world. With the first leg of their 4,000-mile road trip under their belt, Natalie and Rabbi Anna discover how a 23-year-old Jewish businesswoman.
The group go on an emotional journey when they visit the Holocaust Memorial Museum in Washington DC. Travelling into the Southern States, they go to the rodeo in Kentucky before channeling their inner cowboys and trying line-dancing in Nashville.
New. Halfway through their journey, the group travel to Roswell in Georgia and Myrtle Beach in South Carolina. An accident on the road leads to friction among some of the team. (S1, ep 4)
The group swap bikes for boats as they leave their spiritual retreat in South Carolina. In Jacksonville, Florida they join an all-female biker gang on a rally. (S1, ep 5)
The bikers' journey comes to an end in Miami, Florida where they visit a Jewish food kitchen, meet a Holocaust survivor and go on the road with a rabbi in his mobile synagogue.
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