If you've been wanting to get out with your friends to enjoy the outdoors and an adult beverage or two, the Binghamton Jewish Community Center has just the thing with the first ever Bikes and Brews event.

Bikes and Brews is open to everyone and will take place on June 3rd from 12 p.m. to 4 p.m.  The event will kick off at the Binghamton JCC where participants ages 21-years-old and older (must have your own bicycle and helmet) will meet for a quick road and bike safety session and then will head off on a three-mile bike ride to Downtown Binghamton.

Participants will be given a token, good for a beer at both Galaxy Brewing Company and at Water Street Brewery. After a visit to the breweries, participants will be transported back to the JCC where participants must provide their own ride home.

The cost is $45 for members and non-members of the Jewish Community Center. Preregistration is due by May 25th.

Both groups and individuals are welcome to participate. Ellie Barvinchak, JCC Aquatics Coordinator and one of the Bikes and Brews organizers say those who participate will, “enjoy a fun afternoon of leisurely outdoor exercise and a sampling of delicious local micro-brews.”

If you’d like to learn more about Bokes and Brews, reach out to the Binghamton Jewish Community Center at 607-724-2417.

*The Binghamton Jewish Community Center is a not-for-profit organization and partner agency of the United Way and the Jewish Federation of Broome County that serves the community at large regardless of age, race, religion, and sexual orientation.

[via Binghamton Jewish Community Center]