Television bikers pull into Hendon to meet Holocaust survivors

Times Series: Members of Holocaust Survivors Centre have their photos taken with Jews on Bikes stars. Members of Holocaust Survivors Centre have their photos taken with Jews on Bikes stars.

A group of Jewish bikers who featured in a television series as they crossed Canada and the USA, pulled into Hendon to visit Holocaust survivors.

Members of Jewish Care’s Holocaust Survivors Centre had the chance to sit on the bikes and rev the engines as they posed for photographs with the stars of Sky Atlantic's Jews on Bikes.

Richard Adler took part in the show, which focused on the remembrance of the Holocaust, and said it changed his life.

On his return he has been volunteering at the Hendon centre every Wednesday.

Mr Adler, from Mill Hill, said: “I wanted fellow bikers to meet members at the centre and for members at the centre to have the opportunity to ask questions about the programme and ‘the ride to remember’.

“The visit also provided a great opportunity for members to experience something different – lots of fun was had by all.”

The group also watched the last episode of Sky Atlantic's Jews on Bikes, which features the Holocaust Survivors' Centre.

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