Mayor of London Boris Johnson cycles with his counterpart in Tel Aviv, Ron Huldai, in the Israeli capital where they stopped for coffee at the start of a four day trade visit to the region. PRESS ASSOCIATION Photo. Picture date: Monday November 9, 2015. See PA story POLITICS Johnson. Photo credit should read: Stefan Rousseau/PA Wire

Mayor of London Boris Johnson cycles with his counterpart in Tel Aviv, Ron Huldai, in the Israeli capital where they stopped for coffee at the start of a four day trade visit to the region. Photo credit: Stefan Rousseau/PA Wire

Mr Johnson and Mr Huldai cycled down Rothschild Boulevard in Tel Aviv and expressed concern for a photographer who tumbled to the ground as he tried to take pictures of them.

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Mr Huldai presented Mr Johnson with a beach towel and flip flops after their bike ride.

In return, the Tory MP gave the Tel Aviv mayor a book about cycling in London and a cycle hire t-shirt.

After cycling around with the Mayor of Tel Aviv, Boris went to Google’s incubator hub in Tel Aviv, where he tried out a pioneering new Israeli scooter. He said it was ‘incredibly smooth drive’ and hopes they will come to the streets of London.

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Posted by The Jewish News on Monday, 9 November 2015

Boris also tried out the latest technology being developed to teach empathy to children.