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 Indonesia, New Zealand, Italy, and Maine.
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 Part 1 of the “Great Pannier Roundup.”
From touring advice for solo women cyclists 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.
There’s nothing like a bike trip with family. In this issue, we’ll follow a family on a tour of the Leelanau Peninsula in Michigan and learn the ins and outs of planning a bike trip with a youngster.
The history of the bicycle is a storied one, and in our June 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.
We’ll take a look at non-diamond framed cycles suitable for travel, including rebumbents, trikes, folding bikes, tandems, and more.
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.
We’ll take a look the gear you’ll need to complete a successful bicycle adventure, from what to take on the road to what works in camp.
A look back at Adventure Cycling founder Greg Siple’s formative bicycle adventures in Europe as well as an adventure in Norway.
Photo by Errin Vasquez