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April 18, 2014
Have a Happy Thomas Stevens Day
Have a Happy Thomas Stevens Day

Adventure Cycling will be closed on Monday, April 21, to celebrate our very own holiday, Thomas Stevens Day.

April 18, 2014
Garmin Edge Touring Plus Followup
Garmin Edge Touring Plus Followup

In the most recent issue of Adventure Cyclist magazine, I reviewed Garmin's Touring Edge Plus GPS unit. To supplement that article, I would like to share a few common questions I've received about the unit, as well as peek into Garmin's latest creation.

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April 7, 2014
Route less traveled | Head Lines & Features | Montana Headwall
For the past year and a half, Adventure Cycling Association cartographer Casey Greene has been connecting dots. Those dots, specifically, mark some 50 hot springs throughout central Idaho, and Greene connected them using nothing more than a mountain bike.
March 25, 2014
Family Bike Overnights: Bicycle Tourism in the Great Outdoors - Green Transportation - MOTHER EARTH NEWS
In January 2011 Adventure Cycling Association launched a website initiative called Subtitled “Don’t wait to go cross country — go overnight,” the site is designed to provide inspiration, resources, and route ideas for short bicycle tours, generally just one or two nights out.
March 25, 2014
Study shows growth in Montana tourism | Missoula Local News -
A study done by the University of Montana on tourism, shows that just over 11 million travelers came to the state during 2013, which is a 2.3 percent increase. They spent $3.6 billion.
February 25, 2014
Adventure Cycling Releases Idaho Hot Springs Mountain Bike Route Maps

New 518-mile off-pavement cycling route provides access to 50+ hot springs and beautiful wildlands

MISSOULA, MONTANA, February 25, 2014 — Maps are now available for Adventure Cycling Association’s Idaho Hot Springs Mountain Bike Route (IHSMBR). The brand-new two-map set guides cyclists through the breathtaking landscape of central Idaho along a spectacular 518-mile off-pavement route, offering four substantial singletrack options, and featuring access to more than 50 hot springs in the Gem State. ?

February 18, 2014
Alex Strickland Joins Adventure Cycling Association as Assistant Publications Director

Brings background in cycling industry and small-town newspapering

MISSOULA, MONTANA, February 18, 2014 — Adventure Cycling Association today announced that Alex Strickland has joined the staff as Assistant Publications Director, a new position at the organization. Strickland will devote much of his time to helping create nine issues a year of Adventure Cyclist magazine, one of the most popular bicycle-travel magazines in the world. He will also help manage the flow of other projects for the publications department of Adventure Cycling, the largest cycling membership group in North America.

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About Adventure Cycling Association

As a nonprofit organization, Adventure Cycling Association's mission is to inspire and empower people to travel by bicycle. Established in 1973 as Bikecentennial, we are the premier bicycle-travel organization in North America with more than 35 years of experience and 46,500 members.

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