Build the USBRS with BOB Gear

May 28, 2013

We’re in the last week of our annual Build It. Bike It. Be a Part of It. campaign to build the U.S. Bicycle Route System (USBRS).

So far this month, USBRS supporters have donated $108,628 to create this national network of bicycle routes.

Right now your donation can go twice as far! BOB Gear by Britax Child Safety, Inc. believes in the mission of the USBRS so much, they’ve decided to sponsor another $1,000 match challenge. So donate now to have your contribution matched 1:1.

If you donate today, you will also be entered to win a Raven or Raptor 6 pack from Osprey.*

BOB trailers are pretty popular here at Adventure Cycling headquarters.

 

Here's Tours Director Arlen Hall with his BOB trailer just off the Great Allegheny Passage Trail
in Ohiopyle, Pennsylvania, eating an orange popsicle after climbing a 4-mile 8% grade.

 

Long-time staffer Mac McCoy always brings along a BOB when he rides the
Great Divide Mountain Bike Route. Mac and BOB are also the new cover models for
the 2nd edition of 
Cycling the Great Divide, due for release sometime this fall.

Membership Director Julie Huck doesn't leave home without a BOB.

Director of Travel Initiatives Ginny Sullivan does her grocery shopping by BOB.

Ginny's husband Tom travels by BOB too.

Here's Cartographer Casey Greene hunting elk by BOB.

Sales Manager Patrick and cycling buddy Josh Tinkle do BOB down the Pacific Coast.

Sarah Raz, former Adventure Cycling sales specialist, BOBs it with Caribou 
while pedaling from Alaska to Mexico.

Thank you, BOB Gear by Britax Child Safety, Inc. for helping build the U.S. Bicycle Route System and for being a part of all of our traveling by bike. 

The 2013 BUILD IT. BIKE IT. BE A PART OF IT. campaign runs through May 31, 2013. All donations are tax deductible and support Adventure Cycling's organizing efforts and technical assistance for the U.S. Bicycle Route System.The campaign is supported by Adventure Cycling members, bicycle industry partners, bicycle clubs, and cyclists across North America.

Campaign business sponsors include Bikeflights.com, BOB Gear by Britax Child Safety, Inc., Ortlieb, Planet Bike, Primal Wear, and TeamEstrogen.com. Bicycle club sponsors include Cascade Bicycle Club. In-kind sponsors include Bikeflights.com, Cygolite, Hans Bagworks, J&B Importers, Nutcase, Ortlieb, and Osprey Packs.

The U.S. Bicycle Route System is supported in part by grants from the Lazar Foundation, New Belgium Brewing, Climate Ride, and the Tawani Foundation.

*Visit the USBRS campaign page for full contest details.

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