Welcome to New Jersey's premier Jewish Motorcycling organization. The Hillel's Angels Motorcycle Touring Club is an extended family of enthusiasts, sharing a passion for our sport and respect for our heritage. If you found this Meetup group, then you must already know that you are NOT the ONLY Jewish motorcyclist in the State of New Jersey.
The Hillel's Angels is an inclusive Jewish club, welcoming experienced and new riders, both men and women. If you ride a motorcycle, we invite you to check us out and make some new riding friends.
We lead regular club rides on Sundays that take us on quiet back road routes throughout New Jersey, Pennsylvania and New York. Of course, we stop to eat and schmooze too. We also have weekend overnight rides to some of the most scenic vistas in the tri-state area and members frequently lead mid-week and last minute "pickup" rides.
We ride staggered and safely, with space between, hand signals, "Bread-Crumbs" buddy system, and proper gear.
★ Minimum 1 year of riding Experience Required ★
Please arrive with "FULL TANK" & “FULL GEARED”
WAIVER AND LIABILITY DISCLAIMER
As a condition of your voluntary participation in group rides, and selecting to RSVP, you hereby release and discharge the Hillel's Angels Motorcycle Touring Club as a whole and its Organizer(s) from any and all claims, demands, damages, or liabilities arising from injury to your person or property as the result of participating in this riding activity.
By selecting to RSVP to any of our meetups, you are agreeing and digitally signing a liability release statement.
You understand that operating a motorcycle vehicle entails a certain amount of risk. You must currently hold a valid driver's license with a motorcycle endorsement, or permit and have the state mandated minimum liability insurance covering the vehicle which you will be operating on this ride. The vehicle which you will operate on this ride is in proper working condition and you have the skills and experience required to safely participate in this ride. You also are in good physical condition to successfully and safely to operate your motorcycle.
Emergency Medical Information and Bike Disposition Information, along with emergency contacts is the responsibility of each individual and should be carried at all times on your person and bike.