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The 2020 Bike-a-thon

Adjourned until next Spring 

Due to the current situation and continued concern, we have decided to adjourn the Bike-a-thon until next Spring. Thank you for your support!

If you already registered, please note:

1. Designate your registration fee as a contribution to the Weinberg Center

2. Defer your registration fee to next year

3. Request a refund

Please contact Neusa Delgado at 718-581-1252 or email Neusa.Delgado@hebrewhome.org with your request. 


Our Bike-a-thon will be held on Sunday, June 28th, 2020, on the Bronx River Parkway. The round-trip distance is 13 miles.

All riders should meet at the start point at exit 16 of the Bronx River Parkway, in Hartsdale, at 10AM for sign-in and pick up their t-shirts.

Whether you're a casual rider or an avid cyclist, this is a perfect ride for you. Ride as much or as little as you like.

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Learn More!

During this time of social isolation, older adults are at a higher risk of abuse.

1 in 10 older adults over 60 has experienced elder abuse, usually perpetrated by an adult child, grandchild, or other family member.

Since its start in 2005, the Weinberg Center for Elder Justice has provided over 150,000 days of shelter to those experiencing elder abuse. Our client-centered and trauma informed advocacy includes direct legal services, case management and therapeutic interventions.  The Weinberg team is guided by its mission to champion justice and dignity for all older adults.  The 150,000 days of shelter milestone underscores both the magnitude of the problem as a public health crisis and the impact of the Weinberg Center as an innovative solution.

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Weinberg Center’s Mission

We are pioneers of safe shelter for elder abuse victims. It is our mission to champion justice and dignity for older adults

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To learn more about the Brake the Cycle of Elder Abuse 2020 bike-a-thon or for other information please call us at 718-581-1234. 

To learn more about the Weinberg center visit the theweinbergcenter.org