Exciting Times for Adventure Cycling Tours

Sep 10, 2012

Although the 2012 tour season is not quite over, Adventure Cycling Association has seen an overwhelming response to our 2012 tours, with almost 1300 participants overall. We have expanded our 2013 offerings based on comments from our members. Thanks for the record-setting year!

Adventure Cycling tours staff: Arlen, Madeline, Mo, Paul

Our excitement continues as we have just completed our full slate of tours for 2013. We have brought back many perennial favorites and added some awesome new rides. We cannot give you the full details quite yet, but you can check out the 2013  Early, Epic, and Educational tours we announced in late August.

Since the announcement of the  Early, Epic, and Educational tours, we have been overwhelmed with more than 100 signups in the first two weeks. Our Florida LTC, Florida IRT, and Florida Winter Escape tours in January and February are nearly sold out with only a few slots remaining. Our ever-popular Death Valley rides are selling very well too.

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Happy riders on our Atlantic Coast Route

Start dreaming about your 2013 cycling adventures. Check out our current Early, Epic, and Educational tours, and keep your eye out for the full schedule of 2013 tours, to be announced on October 10.

Top photos by Arlen Hall, Derek Gallagher

Bottom photo by Andrew Beckerman-Rodau

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ON THE ROAD is written by the tours team -- Mo, Paul, Madeline, and Arlen -- tours specialists and intrepid bicyclists, covering all things related to Adventure Cycling's Tours Department. Find your dream tour now!

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Dooars Ecoviillege

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September 13, 2012, 2:13 PM
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Alison Riley

Thanks! We try to publish helpful content on a consistent basis. Glad you liked it! - AR

September 13, 2012, 10:36 PM
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