These are some of our current newsworthy projects and initiatives. See our press releases for complete listing of recent news items.
The Idaho Hot Springs Mountain Bike Route maps were released February 25, 2014. See the press release for an overview of the route and information about purchasing maps. Download web-ready photos (ZIP/22MB) with captions. Download a web-ready overview map (JPG/248KB) of the route. For high-resolution images or to arrange an interview with the cartographer, please contact Alison Riley at email@example.com.
Bicycle Route 66 is Adventure Cycling's next long-distance cycling route, due to be released in early 2015. Embracing the spirit of “The Mother Road,” the new route will follow the famous corridor from Chicago to Los Angeles on roads appropriate for cyclists and, when possible, on sections of the historic highway.
The U.S. Bicycle Route System (USBRS) is an emerging national network of bicycle routes that span multiple states and are of national and regional significance. These routes are nominated for national designation by State Departments of Transportation (DOTs), and designated and catalogued by the American Association of State Highway and Transportation Officials (AASHTO).
For an overview of the U.S. Bicycle Route System, read our USBRS 101 page.
Use the Corridor Plan Map to learn what is happening in your area.
You may also be interested in the weekly blog column, Building the U.S. Bicycle Route System, which features interviews with key players, articles on route networks around the world, and more.
Download USBRS graphics (ZIP/2.4 MB) for print and web publication. Graphics by Adventure Cycling Association.
Read recent news articles about the U.S. Bicycle Route System.
Here are 4 great ways to stay up to date on Adventure Cycling news and events:
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