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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41. More Than We Ever Imagined by Mike Deme

Letter from the Editor | Jun 2014

Bicycle travelers past keep bubbling up

42. Tracking Straight by Jan Heine

Mechanical Advantage | Jun 2014

How geometric trail affects bicycle handling

43. A Tale of the Trace by Dan D'Ambrosio

Profile | Jun 2014

The Natchez Trace was a magnet for Dr. Gary Holdiness, who was killed by a distracted driver while riding near his home in Mississippi. Now his friends and family want a safer Trace in his memory.

44. Open Road Gallery by Gage Poor & Greg Siple

Open Road Gallery | Jun 2014

Bike to the Future

45. Road Test: Volagi Viaje Apex by Josh Tack

Road Test | Jun 2014

Testing the "adventure bike" from Volagi

46. Scenes from the Saddle: Courting Gestie by John Weiss & Greg Siple

Scenes from the Saddle | Jun 2014

A look back to an 1890 romance

47. The Early Crossers by John Weiss

Features | Jun 2014

Images of cross-country cyclists from the first half of the 20th century from the collection of bicycle historian John Weiss

48. Waypoints by Alex Strickland

Waypoints | Jun 2014

News from around the world of bicycle travel

49. Bike Bits Vol. 16, No. 10, May 21, 2014 by Michael McCoy

Bike Bits | May, 21, 2014

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.

50. Bike Bits Vol. 16, No. 9, May 7, 2014 by Michael McCoy

Bike Bits | May, 07, 2014

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.