Sabra Riders is an organization to encourage Jews who ride motorcycles to ride together and enjoy each other’s fellowship.
(Everyone is welcome to ride but not all will understand the humor.)
Welcome to the Sabra Riders motorcycle club. The club was initiated in 2000 by Mark Olstein with a group of six Jewish motorcyclists wanting to ride together for fun, but also to have an identity and a vision. Today we have over 50 active members and are still growing. Sabra Riders motorcycle club is organized for Jewish riders, co-riders and non Jewish friends located in the Atlanta metro area. Membership is open to any male or female of the Jewish faith regardless of the degree of observance or type of motorcycle. Persons of other religious faiths and non religious beliefs are welcome to apply as associate members. Membership is $36 annually.
We are a member club of the Jewish Motorcyclists Alliance (JMA). Sabra Riders encourages participation in three charity rides a year. These were chosen because of club member involvement with each of the rides: JMA “Ride To Remember” (out of town), Pediatric Brain Tumor Foundation “Ride For Kids” (local) and the American Diabetes Association “Ride To Live” (local).
We ride most Sunday mornings, sometimes all day (300 miles) and other times short rides (90 mile). There are social activities, family outings and opportunities for charitable participation. Visit the calendar page for updates.
Please come and try us!!