P2P Middle Earth

Naharia - Tel Aviv

3 Days full of adventures

2 nights in special resting zones

and 1 you!

In this special challenge each bikepacker starts at anytime he wants, on the date of the event, riding 63km and climbing 1700m until reaching the resting zone in Biriya with all the other bikepackers for a night full of stories, beer and relaxing evening.

The day after, each biker will ride 120km next to marvelous lake, forest and rivers until reaching the next resting zone, finding there all the riders he met at the night before.

On the last day of the event, a long long path will take us, after 90km, to the big city of Tel Aviv

A perfect ride for all of us who want to try bikepacking but afraid sleeping alone or if you just want 3 days of living and breathing nature and freedom

P2P Middle Earth
Nov 12, 4:00 PM




meters of elevation


resting zones


that is you!

Point to Point (P2P) – A self-supported social mountain bike challenge, crossing Israel in a unique trail and atmosphere, full of mystery, experience, difficulty and fun. Take your gear and prepare yourself for a race never ridden before!


So, where does “social” fit in a self-supported event? We want to give something different, something that will change the nighttime experience and help riders overcome their difficulties. That’s why we split the track to segments.


Some of the resting points are near a forest, the others close to a village, and only at these points bikers can stop and rest. While resting they can meet other riders, maybe even prepare a fire together and have a beer and help each other fixing the bike. When the race continues, you're on your own, each one with his own struggle.


You don’t have to stop at every point while riding but you must choose in which point you want to rest, and only there.


Each participant must follow 3 Rules:

  1. Biking solely on route.

  2. The race takes place on segments only, your can ride with friends as well!

  3. You can help other riders while staying at resting points, and only there.


While drawing the route, we stick to the following guide lines:​

  1. Optimize weather

  2. Route is MTB friendly

  3. Easy to reach starting & ending points

  4. XC, singles, and the most beautiful sites Israel has to offer