Companions Wanted

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Each year, hundreds of cyclists grab their maps, plan their tours, pack their panniers or trailers, and head for the open roads and trails of America. Many of these intrepid two-wheeled travelers would like to have company for the journey. If you're looking for a touring companion for your adventure, here's the place to start. The cyclists below are all members of the Adventure Cycling Association, and they're getting ready to pack up and take off.

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Around the World

Alaska to Argentina - 2016

Created: Dec 1, 2014

Solstice to Solstice. Plan is to celebrate summer solstice 2016 in Deadhorse, Alaska, and spend 18 months cycling south to reach Ushuaia, Argentina, during summer solstice. Experienced 53-year-old male cycle tourist looking for adventurers to join in all or part of the ride. Email


Indian Himalaya Summer 2016

Created: Apr 1, 2015

Looking for one or more companions for approximately six weeks. Tentative itinerary Srinagar (or Leh start); Nubra; Pangong Tso; then Leh-Manali with Lahaul side trips and possible exit via Sach Pass to Chamba vs. Spiti-Kinnaur. I've been to the Indian Himalaya six times, speak enough Hindi. Cycled Lahaul-Spiti-Kinnaur (Sarchu to Rampur) Sept. 2014, 15 days: see 2nd half of slide set. 56-year-old male. I've got local tourism contacts and SAG-support would make economic sense with 3 or 4+ people. "Hotels" + some camping. Culture, temples, 30-50 miles/day is rational. See "Himalaya by Bike" by Laura Stone. Email

Cross Country

Across America West to Was - May 2016

Created: Nov 25, 2015

Depart Astoria, Oregon, mid-May arrive New York City mid-August. Riding Lewis & Clark to Northern Tier to North Lakes to Lake Erie Connector thru Niagara Falls then New York City. Unsupported unless someone has SAG. Ride an average of 65 miles a day. Plan to finish in 60 days. Email

Jacksonville, Florida, to Seattle April-June 2016

Created: Nov 23, 2015

I plan to go self-supported from Jacksonville, Florida, mid-April 2016, northwest across Georgia, Alabama, Tennessee, and Kentucky toward the Mississippi River Trail. Then will leave MRT in St. Paul, mostly follow Northern Tier Route to Seattle (plan to deviate south and cross Cascades on Iron Horse trail) — arrive about June 2016. Plan to stay with friends, Warmshowers hosts and cheap motels. (No camping). Usually 80 miles per day. I am a 54-year-old guy with a family and this is a present to myself when I retire from the Navy. I would enjoy some company. Email

LaQuinta, California to Easton, Maryland

Created: Nov 23, 2015

Setting out late April, early May 2016. First ride across U.S. and would like riding partner or partners. Feel free to email if you have interest. This ride is to honor our veterans. Email

LaQuinta, California To Easton, Maryland

Created: Nov 18, 2015

Leaving late April, early May. If you have interest, please email me. Email

SAG Driver

Created: Nov 5, 2015

Do you need a driver for support on your cross country crossing? Experienced touring cyclist will provide SAG service for transportation, room, and board; Spring and early Summer 2016. I have provided this service twice before on the TransAm and can provide references on request. For a carefree crossing, email me. I prefer the ACA Northern Tier or TransAm route, but will consider sagging the Southern Tier route if the dates are acceptable. Email

Maine to Washington State 2016

Created: Nov 2, 2015

28-year-old female seeking companions for a 2016 East Coast-to-West Coast self-contained tour late May to late August. I expect to average ~75 miles/day with 1 rest day/week. The route is a montage of Adventure Cycling and DOT routes. I've done a couple smaller tours, and I ride 40 miles to and from work multiple times each week. Here's a video of my answers to some FAQs: Email

Route 66 - Sept. 2016

Created: Oct 20, 2015

Small group pedaling Route 66 — looking for others to join us for all or part. We will have a luggage van carrying our stuff & staying in motels / lodges. Average 55 to 65 miles per day (according to availability of lodging and terrain) with a day off each week. Luggage van will have all supplies plus a couple of coolers! Starting in September 2016 in Chicago. You can join for the whole shebang or just for a week or three! For info, drop me a message Email

April 2016 East to West TransAm

Created: Oct 19, 2015

I'm interested in starting April 1, 2016, from Yorktown and heading to Seattle via the TransAm and pieces of Great Parks/Northern Tier. I'm male 55 years old, casual 50-70 miles per day Email

West to East Trip Summer 2016

Created: Sep 29, 2015

I'm in the early planning stages for a 2016 summer trip. I have some time restrictions because I work in a school system. I'm looking at using the Western Express Route to meet up with the TransAm in Pueblo, Colorado. I need to leave early to mid June and plan on average a minimum of 85 miles a day. My plan is 45-50 days. I might have SAG support for the first four weeks and my wife wants to SAG for the last week. I will be 56 and I just biked to Boston from Grand Rapids, Michigan. Email

TransAm — Pueblo to Arlington Nat'l Cemetery

Created: Sep 29, 2015

I ride a Catrike 700 and am planning a trike ride — possibly supported — from Pueblo, Colorado, on the TransAm route, finishing in Arlington, Virginia. The ride would be to bring attention to all veterans and especially those who are disabled. I am 65 with 30 years of cycling experience but only two years on a trike. Looking for possible participants. Email

TransAm — Leaving Sometime in 2016

Created: Sep 28, 2015

I'm leaving sometime in the summer of 2016. Eighty miles per day, camping 75%. I don't need someone to ride with but a friendly face at the campsite is nice. Please visit my Faceboo page at Email

Random explorer

Created: Sep 25, 2015

At the time of departure I will be a 47-year-old male. Leaving early May from San Diego to ride up the West Coast. Will have some time to kill along the way; looking to check out microbreweries along the route and eventually make it to the Adventure Cycling HQ by 7/15 for the Montana Cycling celebration. Afterwards will be continuing the TransAmerica Trail until I get close to Ohio, before diverting. Let me know if you might interested in joining part or all of the journey. Email

Southern Tier (West to East)

Created: Sep 21, 2015

Hello! I'm a 24-year-old female who is going to do her first bike tour beginning early April 2016! I'd love a companion part or full time. Going to start out with low mileage (about 40-50 miles a day) and after the first couple weeks I hope to average around 80 or so miles a day. If we're headed in the same direction, feel free to email me! Email

Heading west from FL panhandle Sep 25, 2015

Created: Sep 15, 2015

Hello, my name is Ian. I am a 26 year old male who is just about ready to finally pack up and head out west. This will be my first tour but I have been preparing for a year for this 8,000-mile journey. I will be leaving Pensacola, Florida, in roughly one week's time and heading west via the Southern Tier Route. From there I will be heading north on the Pacific Coast Route, eventually heading southeast along the TransAmerica back to Florida. I am planning to camp everyday and be 100% self sufficient. If I'm crossing your path and you'd like a riding partner for a few let me know. Email

BikeCentennial 40+ in 2016

Created: Sep 14, 2015

Ride the BikeCentennial route 40 years later — I'm going and looking for company. I always go on RAGBRAI (last full week in July) so timing is somewhat important. I plan on starting in Astoria on May 15 with the goal of finishing in two months. 4,200 miles in 60 days? That's about 70 per day. Not a fan of total rest days, better to keep moving. I am willing to do short days. We can't schedule rain days. May 15 is a bit early so I will be trying to limit my riding the first couple of weeks so I don't burn out. Big-mile days can be had in the mid-section of the country. A mix of camping, motels and Eating in restaurants and grocery stores as much as possible, I don't want to haul cooking gear too. Email

TransAm - Leaving in August 2016

Created: Aug 19, 2015

I plan on leaving in the middle of August trying to avoid some of the heat. 80 miles per day. Rest day when needed. Camping 90%. Need companions. Email


Created: Aug 17, 2015

I'm looking for one other person to travel with. I want to do the TransAmerica Trail from east to west, starting at the end of April 2016. I'd like to go about 70-100 miles a day taking 1-2 rest days. I like a cold beer and a campfire at night. A little about me: my name is Kaitie, I'm 23 and this is my first bike tour. I've been planning this trip for a few years and now that I've finished school I'm ready to go. I've worked as a bicycle tour guide/ mechanic in NYC so if things go wrong, I can likely fix it. I'm currently based of out Tulsa Oklahoma and would like to start meeting people now. Email

N. America: Newfoundland, Maritimes, Northern Tier

Created: Aug 3, 2015

North America, East to West, Summer 2016. We'll start in St John's, Newfoundland, Canada (the Easternmost point of North America). We'll bike the Avalon Peninsula (not the whole island), and take the summer ferry from Argentia to Sydney, Nova Scotia. Then either bike through New Brunswick down to Portland, Maine, or bike Nova Scotia and take the ferry to Portland. Then, it's the Northern Tier and Lewis & Clark all the way back to the Westernmost point of the Contiguous U.S., Washington State's Olympic Peninsula. I'd like to start in May, averaging 50-70 miles, self supported, camping, Couchsurfing, and Warmshowers. Email

2016 Astoria to Richmond to Bar Harbor

Created: Aug 1, 2015

I'm looking for 1-3 people to join me in late May 2016, following the TransAm route from Astoria, Oregon, to Richmond, Virginia, then north along the Atlantic Coast route to Bar Harbor, Maine. 50+ miles a day, all camping except a motel every 6-9 days. I'm a 61-year-old engineer and small business owner with a good bit of long-distance hiking and biking experience, but have found that solo biking just isn't for me. If you have long-distance experience and like different environments and opportunities, give this some thought. Email

Washington - Florida to Benefit Make-A-Wish

Created: Jul 16, 2015

I'm a 54-year-old disabled hand-cycle athlete from the Seattle area. I'm looking for a travel companion(s) to ride with on an epic journey across the U.S. to benefit the Make A Wish Foundation from the U.S./Canadian border at Blaine, Washington, to Key West, Florida, on my 27-speed Top End XLT Pro hand cycle via the Pacific Coast, Southern Tier, and Atlantic Coast routes, beginning in early April 2016 and arriving in Key West by June 1, 2016. I plan to average about 100 miles per day, six days per week with a day of rest per week and spending the nights in motels with comfortable beds and hot showers. Please contact me via email and lets experience this challenging adventure together. Email

Transam west to east 2016

Created: Jul 2, 2015

I'm planning to ride cross country west to east in summer of 2016. Probably an early June start. May start on the Transam or Lewis & Clark. I intend to enjoy the trip and take days off when in interesting places. Looking for one or two companions. Email

Southern Tier Eastbound 2016

Created: May 15, 2015

We are a retired couple planning to cycle the Southern Tier Route eastbound starting early March 2016. We plan to stay in motels/hotels the entire route, riding 45 miles a day on average. Current estimate is 73 riding days. We modified the route to go via Tucson rather than Phoenix. We'd like SAG support if possible, but will do an unsupported trip if it can't be arranged. Email

Teens Crossing America

Created: Mar 5, 2014

We are a small group of teens and adults, looking to cycle from Astoria, OR, to Point Pleasant, NJ, June 16 - August 15 on a van-supported journey across America. No camping! We are supporting research to cure Duchenne Muscular Dystrophy (DMD). Looking for more teens to join the ride, ages 14-19. Email


Spain Perimeter Ride

Created: Oct 30, 2015

I am a 14-year-old (I'll be 15 when I do this tour) semi-experienced bike tourist looking for two adult riding companions that speak Spanish for a two-month ride June-August 2016, around the perimeter of the Iberian Peninsula. This ride will not be a race, there is no fixed route, and we do not have to make it all the way around the perimeter. I am fairly proficient in Spanish, though my accent is terrible. I have done three long tours before, one 3,000-kilometer, one-month ride from San Diego to Seattle; one 5,000-kilometer, two-month ride on the Sierra Cascades/Pacific Coast Route, and one 7,000-kilometer, two-and-a-half month ride across the U.S. I will be raising money for the Sierra Club during this ride. Email

Great Divide Mountain Bike Route

GDMBR - July 2016

Created: Oct 20, 2015

I am a 55-year-old breast cancer survivor looking for other survivors to ride the Great Divide Mountain Bike Route from Whitefish, Montana, to Antelope Wells, New Mexico, in July 2016 (the entire route from Banff is a possibility, although the first leg — Banff to Whitefish — is full at this point). I divided this route into eight sections and you could do all or a portion depending on availability. I am not out to set any land speed records, get a patch, or "rough it." The trip will be van supported, average 49 miles/day and have a 10-person limit. My goal is have a fun filled, low key blast, which will include naps, lake dips, and camp-cooked meals! The GDMBR is not for everyone — mountain biking experience, wilderness camping, and an appreciation of the ukulele are a plus. Email

Great Divide Denver to Eureka

Created: Sep 24, 2015

44-year-old male teacher/husband/father looking for individual(s) to meet in Denver and ride the Great Divide north to Canadian Border. Plan to leave middle of June-ish. Bikepacking/touring experience preferred. 50-to-100 miles a day. Camping/hotels/Warmshowers. Sense of humor and consumption of good beer a plus! I live in North Idaho (Sandpoint) and can arrange pickup in Eureka, Montana, and transport you to Spokane airport or something similar. Email

Riders for Great Divide Mountain Bike Route

Created: Aug 21, 2015

I am planning on riding the GDMBR next July from Roosville, Montana, to Antelope Wells, New Mexico, and am looking for riders to join me all or part of this epic Ride! I plan to leave the week of July 18, 2016. right after the Big Mega celebration at Adventure Cycling's Offices in Missoula. Let's get wild!!! Email

Great Divide - Summer 2016

Created: Aug 19, 2015

I am currently in the preparation phase for GDMBR from Banff to Antelope Wells during summer 2016, starting mid July to early August. Anyone out there interested in joining me for the whole route or a section? Fit 59-year-old male (Brit living in France). Good on bike maintenance and currently brushing up on my outdoor/wilderness skills. Intend to camp most of the way. Plan to cover 60-70 miles per day + rest days. Email

Great Divide (U.S. Portion)

Created: Feb 17, 2015

Looking for four to six strong and capable women with backwoods camping experience to join me on a self-contained mountain bike adventure in the summer of 2016. Email

Intermountain West

Family Bikepacking in Utah

Created: Jun 8, 2015

Looking for other families interested in overnight bikepacking trips in Salt Lake, Wasatch, Southern Utah. We have two young teen boys, 13 and 15. Email

Utah Weekend trips

Created: Jun 8, 2015

Seeking companions for frequent, self-supported bikepacking and/or bicycle touring overnights, long-weekends. Destinations in Utah and nearby — West Desert and south Utah, Uintas, Wasatch, Idaho, western Colorado, etc. Email

Oregon Trail

Created: May 15, 2015

Leaving Independence, Missouri, mid-May 2016, "when the prairie grass is 4 inches high," ending in Oregon City along traditional historic route. Will follow Trail as close as possible including on the Trail and dirt roads. Not a skinny tire adventure. Self-supported, 2000 miles, about 2.5 months travel time — maybe longer if we document the route. No fixed itinerary except to keep going west. Looking for one to three fun history buffs to join me. I am a 66-year-old experienced bike tourist. Email


Southern Mexico

Created: Nov 16, 2015

Looking for companion for Yucatan, Mexico, for early December through January. Me: 53-year-old fit female, experienced cycle tourist. 30-45 miles a day. Maybe more, maybe less. Some gravel or dirt, camping, hostels, warm showers. Depends on weather and such. You can find me on Warmshowers or my blog: Email

Yucatan, Mexico

Created: Nov 4, 2015

Looking for a male companion to accompany me on a north/south, 15-day tour through central Yucatan in January 2016. Have done several solo self-supported tours of this area in the past but want to explore more remote areas. I'm 67, retired, and happily married. In decent bicycle shape but figure it might be wise to travel with a companion this time around. Will be passing through the Calakmul Bioshpere Reserve for much of the trip, kicking around ruins, exploring, and checking out abundant wildlife. Possible push into Guatemala. Camping, cheap hotels, mostly traveling on secondary country roads and a few dirt tracks. No great hurry and no specific itinerary. 300-350 total miles. Email

Cuban Adventure

Created: Aug 27, 2015

I am planing a trip in January 2016. Is there anyone that is interested in joining me on this adventure? Email


Atlantic Coast

Created: Nov 3, 2015

I am currently cycling south on the Atlantic Coast. Going to Key West. I'm in North Carolina right now. I camp, use Warmshowers and if the weather is bad and there is no other alternative, I get a room. Experienced cycle tourist looking for some riding partners. I'm not killin' it every day but the terrain is flat so I average about 50 plus or minus. I'm not attached to mileage. Less is OK too. Email


Lake Superior Tour

Created: Oct 19, 2015

I am planning a self supported tour around Lake Superior leaving from my house in Wisconsin. I will be heading north to Ontonagon, Michigan, and then going clockwise around the lake back to Ontonagon, and then south back home. l will start around the first of June (2016). My start date is flexible. I will be camping most nights and maybe one motel day depending on the weather. I am a 51-year-old male looking for someone to join me on this trip. I will be doing about 75-85 miles per day depending on the camping locations. I can do 100-plus miles a day if needed, but I want to also enjoy this trip, not race through it. This trip will also require a passport for Canada. Email


Key West 2018

Created: Oct 23, 2015

I am planning on doing a self supported credit card trip from Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, to Key West, Florida, and back, to celebrate my 60th birthday. Leaving April 15, 2018, and returning mid-June. Planning on traveling Route 1 both ways. I know it's early but want to see if anyone else might be interested in coming along. Email

North America

Alaska or Canada to Argentina 2016

Created: Nov 9, 2015

I am a 47-year-old male from India, an experienced cyclist, but embarking on my first self-supported tour in July 2016. Will be happy to have a like-minded companion on this epic journey. Email

TransAm Trail East to West - May 1

Created: Oct 23, 2015

Driving from Iowa to Williamsburg/Yorktown, Virginia, last week in April to leave May 1. Self contained, riding 50 to 70 per day, depending on conditions. A day off now and then when needed. Experienced 66-year-old rider in great shape; camper, skier, build my bikes. Have traveled route in Illinois, Missouri, and Kansas. Ride early each day; stops are shorter; don't like to just linger. Try to camp & cook each day. when applicable. Not fast, but steady. Love people, smiles, and laughter. Life is not measured by the number of breaths we take but by the places and moments that take our breath away! "He is no fool who gives what he cannot keep to gain that which he cannot lose." Jim Elliot 1949 Email

North to Alaska 2016

Created: Aug 10, 2015

Experienced touring cyclist putting together a supported bicycle tour from Cut Bank, Montana, to Anchorage, Alaska. Start in late May 2016. Complete early July 2016. Average 60 miles per day. 2,400 miles total distance. Approximate Riding days 39. Rest days 5. Difficulty: advanced. All riders welcomed. 10 riders max. All expenses shared. Minimum drama expected. Email

Want to ride in all 50 states? Want to join me?

Created: Oct 27, 2014

I'm looking for other women who'd like to road ride or mountain bike all over the U.S.! I'm trying to ride in all 50 states (have 26 under my belt). These would be either short trips to insure at least 30 to 40 miles done per state. Or sometimes I try to hit a few states at a time. Sometimes I road ride, sometimes I hit the dirt trail. I'm happily married, live in Northeast am over 40 & pretty fit (not hardcore!). Anyone interested in seeing this beautiful country a state at a time email me! I've ridden some amazing places! Email


Weeklong tours! Summer 2016!

Created: Nov 16, 2015

I'm a high school male (who doesn't publicize his age) who is looking for companions throughout summer 2016 to knock off as many of the short Adventure Cycling routes in the Northeast as possible! Thinking nonconsecutive 7 or 8 day (Saturday-Sunday) tours of Green Mountains, Adirondack, Potomac, etc. Probably averaging 60-ish miles/day but we shall see — I have done more in the past but am willing to shape our experience around YOU! I have touring experience with groups and I am looking to venture out on my own — or at least with a partner or two. Gender/age not a factor and I think I'm pretty good at conversation... but I'm also very good at listening to books on tape as I cycle if you're intensely and awesomely focused on the road. Hope to hear from you! Email

New England, New Brunswick, and Quebec 2016

Created: Oct 29, 2015

I'm in early planning for a "Tour de New England - and Canada," a loop starting/ending in Portland, Maine, going up the Maine coast to New Brunswick. Then across to the St. Lawrence, stopping in the Laurentians, then Quebec City, then a stop in Burlington, Vermont, a cruise through the White Mountains and on to Portland. About 1,200 miles, 32,000 ft gain. 50 miles/day, mostly camping, 27 or 28 days total. Self-contained OR van-supported, depending on preferences of the riders. (I would arrange the van.) Dates flexible — I think September would be best but it could start any time July 1 to Sept. 1, again depending on preferences. I am 68, male, with 45 years touring experience and Adventure Cycling leader training. Two more potentially on board now. Email


Idaho Hot Springs June/July 2016

Created: Nov 13, 2015

Looking for one or two or a few folks to do the Idaho Hot Springs route. 500+ miles, 10-14 days. Possibly do some singletrack options. There are 2 or 3 of us right now. Mid 30s, one guy, one gal, tour buddies. Email

Pacific Coast

Quitting, Selling, and Hitting the Road

Created: Jan 23, 2013

I'm selling everything, moving out, and hitting the road. It's been a lifelong dream to go on an extended tour and, finally, it's coming to fruition. Where are the bike-touring gypsies? Where is the touring community I think is probably on the road? I'm coming to find you. Anybody else out there that doesn't think this is crazy? Two heads are better than one. Looking forward to hearing from you. Email

South America

Latin america!!?

Created: Sep 11, 2015

Last winter was New Zealand! I would like to thank AC for a successful pairing with Peter L. last winter. You coming with me again right bro!? Looking for advice and or a cycling partner to ride with in Costa Rica, Panama, Ecuador, Peru! Would also consider other countries. Plan on flying out December 2015 from the East Coast. Anyone also considering such a trip or have advice I would much appreciate it! Old blog: Ciao, Noah Email


Natchez Trace SAG or Shuttle Needed

Created: Oct 14, 2015

We have a group of about 12 cyclists who intend to do the Natchez Trace end to end in late April 2016, no preference of northbound vs southbound. We are self supported and will have two vehicles accompanying us. We need transportation to get all people, bikes, and gear back to the ride start after completing the Trace. We are willing to pay a reasonable fee. Thanks for any tips or ideas. Email

Bicycle Ride Around Arkansas (BRAA)

Created: Sep 5, 2015

Annual self-supported ride, March 20-25, 2016, through various parts of Arkansas. This ride is tentatively from Texarkana to Lake Village for 5-6 days. We usually have about 10-12 riders. We will camp or stay at colleges or motels in bad weather. Free registration at the event at to get updates. Email

Florida this Winter?

Created: Sep 2, 2015

I'll be in South Central Florida January through March 2016 and will have my bikepacking setup but no car. Hoping to do a number of 5-7 day treks (maybe longer) around that part of the state. Looking to almost exclusively camp and will be on a low budget. Prefer under 50 average daily mileage, feeling low key. Undecided if I'll have my Surly Ogre or Disc Trucker, but either way hoping to find a bit of gravel and mud. ME: 32 y/o woman who has done many self-contained tours including Trans-am and 2/3rds of the Great Divide. Would love company, esp. like riding w/ other women, but open to anything. Won't be able to commit to specific dates/locations until closer to the time. Email

Florida Keys — Jan. 30-Feb. 4, 2016

Created: Aug 25, 2015

Self-supported, non-organized ride Key Largo to Key West and return. This will be my 28th tour. Please email for ride expectations and ride details. Email


Ride around Baja, Relaxed Pace, Mostly on Pavement

Created: Nov 13, 2015

Adventure of a lifetime? For me, out and back from Fort Bragg, California. For you? We'll circumnavigate the Baja Peninsula mostly on paved roads. Depart Fort Bragg November 12, 2015, and return Match 21, 2016. Cross border southbound December 10, and northbound February 23. Per week: 41 miles/day for 5 days, 2 days R&R. 1,620 miles in U.S., about 2,200 miles in Baja. In U.S. will follow Adventure Cycling's Pacific Coast Route. I will be camping most every night. Me: Male, 59, retired, bike touring, walking, reading. I've spent much time in Baja. This is my first Baja trip on a bicycle. Hoping to fast track a group. This is a self-supported group ride. This is a mostly camping trip. Email

Grand Canyon

Created: Oct 22, 2013

Considering a self-supported loop journey from Las Vegas (southern Utah –Zion National Park – south to Grand Canyon – south and west to Route 66 – Lake Mead) No dates set. I hope to average 50 miles per day but this will depend on weight, terrain, and wind direction. I'm 61 and live in Cleveland, Ohio. I’ll probably camp with stops at motels weekly, and will be eating at different dining spots. Email

Southern Tier Services - San Diego

Created: Aug 30, 2011

I live along the Southern Tier just east of San Diego. If you need a ride from the airport, a companion to guild you through the city, or a place to pitch your tent, let me know. Email

Western Canada

Alaska-Canada 3 Summer Months 2016

Created: Nov 13, 2015

July, August, and September. Seeking a experienced companion. Self suported, mostly camping, motels and Warmshowers. My plan is to cycle from north to south, about 50-60 miles a day, with tailwinds more! All depending on the miles between the campgrounds and the road conditions. Days off depend on where the nice coffee places are! I am a 54-year-young woman with lots of long-distance biking experience. This will be my 20th anniversary, since I did Alaska-Canada in 1996. For the last 35 years I have lived in Switzerland, and the first 19 years in Denmark. I speak English, German, and Danish. Let's do this and together discover the bears, moose, and all the other wildlife. Email

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