Publications Archive

Our publications archive includes: feature articles, technical how-tos, and columns from past issues of Adventure Cyclist magazine, and our twice-monthly e-newsletter, Bike Bits. This archive also features free clip-art. Search the archives by Category, Author, and Year, or search by Keyword.

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11. Epics Await by Jim Sayer

Letter from the Director | Jun 2015

Make your own history in 2016

12. Life Member Profile: Brian Steele by Alex Strickland

Life Member Profile | Jun 2015

Here there be monsters

13. Open Road Gallery by Gage Poore & Greg Siple

Open Road Gallery | Jun 2015

The View from the Top

14. Road Test: Raleigh Tamland 2 by Patrick O'Grady

Road Test | Jun 2015

Light, quick, and up for most any short tour on road or trail

15. Bicycling Across Persia in 1891 by David V. Herlihy

Features | Jun 2015

The third installment of Thomas Allen and William Sachtleben's round-the-world journey finds the pair crossing the land of the Shah en route to Russia.

16. Scenes from the Saddle: Tales of the Old West by Greg Siple

Scenes from the Saddle | Jun 2015

On the road near Wisdom, Montana, in the summer of '76.

17. A Strange Request by Willie Weir

Travels with Willie | Jun 2015

A precocious young bike traveler sends the author along memory lane to the golden age of cycle touring: right now

18. Waypoints by Alex Strickland

Waypoints | Jun 2015

News you can use from around the world of bicycle travel

19. Bike Bits Vol. 17, No. 10, May 20, 2015 by Michael McCoy

Bike Bits | May, 20, 2015

Bike Bits is Adventure Cycling's biweekly bicycle bulletin in text-only format for quick downloads and includes links for more information. We want to inspire you to dream, and to live your own bicycle adventures.

20. Bike Bits Vol. 17, No. 9, May 6, 2015 by Michael McCoy

Bike Bits | May, 06, 2015

Bike Bits is Adventure Cycling's biweekly bicycle bulletin in text-only format for quick downloads and includes links for more information. We want to inspire you to dream, and to live your own bicycle adventures.