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Missoula, Montana — Adventure Cycling Association is seeking nominations for its 8th annual Bicycle Travel Awards. Celebrating the heroes of bicycle travel in the U.S., awards include the Pacesetter Bicycle Travel Award, the June Curry Trail Angel Award, the Braxton Bike Shop Award, and the Adventure Cycling Volunteer-of-the-Year Award.
Missoula, Montana — On Friday, July 6, Adventure Cycling Association will formally unveil its newly renovated and remodeled headquarters with a community block party celebration for its members, donors, and supporters at 150 E. Pine Street in Missoula, MT, from 4 p.m. to 8 p.m.
Missoula, Montana — Adventure Cycling Association's third annual Build It. Bike It. Be a Part of It. campaign raised more than $50,000 for the U.S. Bicycle Route System (USBRS) during National Bike Month (May 2012). Using a combination of social media tools and traditional fundraising methods, engaging a group of volunteer fundraisers, and leveraging funds from a diverse roster of business sponsors and community organizations, campaign organizers reached out to cyclists across America to inspire support for the creation of an official national bike-route network.
Missoula, Montana — Adventure Cycling Association and the American Association of Highway and Transportation Officials (AASHTO) today announced that AASHTO's Special Committee on U.S. Route Numbering has approved U.S. Bicycle Route (USBR) 35 in Michigan, USBR 45 in Minnesota, and realignments for USBR 1 in North Carolina. Last year, AASHTO approved six U.S. Bicycle Routes in its annual May meeting. AASHTO and Adventure Cycling welcome this spring's two new route approvals as another important step toward creating an official U.S. Bicycle Route System.
Missoula, Montana — In celebration of National Bike Month, today Adventure Cycling Association kicks off its 3rd annual fundraising campaign for the U.S. Bicycle Route System (USBRS), and plans to raise $50,000 by May 31. Using social media tools, a group of volunteer fundraisers, state partners, and leveraged funds from a diverse roster of business sponsors and community organizations, the Build It. Bike It. Be a Part of It. campaign aims to inspire cyclists across America to donate $10 or more to help build this national bike route network.
Missoula, Montana — Five years to the day after the unveiling of its 2,000-mile Underground Railroad Bicycle Route (UGRR), Adventure Cycling Association today announced the release of the final map section for the route's new Detroit Alternate.
Largest North American cycling group's revenue and capacity expanding
Missoula, Montana — Adventure Cycling Association today announced a strong financial and programmatic showing for FY11, capping a decade of growth for the organization, during which time its membership has increased 19%, map sales 48%, and charitable donations have tripled. The organization now operates with a $4.1 million dollar budget, up 65% over the last ten years.
More than 750 maps sold so far for Mt. Shasta to Truckee section of long-distance route that guides bicycle tourists from Canada to Mexico along stunning Western corridor
Missoula, Montana — Just over a year ago, Adventure Cycling Association announced the official release of its new Sierra Cascades Bicycle Route, a 2,389-mile road-based cycling route that runs from Sumas, Washington, to Tecate, California. The Mt. Shasta to Truckee, California, section of the route uses State Highway 89 and guides bicycle tourists through small and medium-sized communities along this corridor, including McCloud, Chester, and Quincy. Since publishing the maps for the route in April 2010, Adventure Cycling has sold over 750 maps for the Mt. Shasta to Truckee section alone.
Missoula, Montana — Adventure Cycling Association today announced that its next long-distance cycling route will be Bicycle Route 66. 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.