Adventure Cyclist’s annual Supported Bicycle Travel Guide provides the when, where, and how for bicycle tours and events around the world. This year, we take in Yellowstone, The Black Hills, and Iowa
Adventure Cyclist’s staff selects the best photos from amateur photographers who travel the world by bicycle and document their journeys through imagery. We’ll also feature The Great Divide Mountain Bike Route.
From touring with family to preparing for a major bike expedition, Adventure Cyclist supplies the answers to cyclists’ most pressing questions. This issue also features our annual Touring Bike Buyer’s Guide.
The history of the bicycle is a storied one, and in our May issue we’ll continue the epic 19th-century journey of William Sachtleben and Thomas Allen. In addition, cycling historian John Weiss provides stunning images of the earliest cyclists and two-wheeled adventurers.
Not all cycling machines have only two wheels, and Adventure Cyclist explores the options; from recumbents to trikes to tandems and more
The bicycle and Europe go together like peanut butter and jelly. In this mid-summer issue, we’ll follow Switzerland Mobility’s national and regional mountain bike routes and we’ll follow along on a tour of Boznia and Herzogovina.
We publish the best of Adventure Cyclist’s writers and photographers in this special issue that accompanies Adventure Cyclist’s staff to Las Vegas for North America’s premier cycling expo.
From America’s national parks to the Great Lakes to Canada’s Great White North, Adventure Cyclist takes its readers around the continent by bicycle.
A shopper’s guide to the best cycling gear, equipment, and bikes.
Photo by Errin Vasquez