Jun 20, 2014
Adventure Cycling's June 2014 Membership Drive is all about sharing the adventure and inspiration of bicycle travel beyond our current membership. From now through June 30th, if you are a new member who joins on our website, you will receive a "I am an Adventure Cyclist" neoprene chainstay protector, as well as 9-issues annually of Adventure Cyclist magazine, discounts on maps, and much more.
Join anytime during the membership drive, and you will also be entered in our daily raffles for some great prizes from Cygolite, Velo Orange, Bike2Power, Richard Jones, Revelate Designs, and Osprey Packs.
Cygolite is kicking off our raffle with three of their Metro 360 lights. We'll be pulling winners for a light daily from now through Sunday, June 22nd. The Cygolite Metro 360 is USB rechargeable, kicks out 360 lumens, with six different lighting modes, and will mount to either 25.4mm or 31.8mm handlebars. Join now for your chance to win one for yourself!
Once we start giving stuff away, it's hard for us to stop. Join anytime between now and Monday, June 30th, and we'll also include you in a raffle for a Raleigh Sojourn touring bike. This is Raleigh's premier long distance touring bike highlighted by a Shimano drivetrain, custom metal fenders, rear rack, disc brakes, and a Brooks saddle. Visit Raleigh's website to view the full specs.
Join today to be entered to win these great prizes, and wrap your summer in adventure with your free "I am an Adventure Cyclist" chainstay protector.
These offers are for new members only. If you're already a member, please share this inspiration with your friends. No purchase necessary, see join page for full contest details.
Artwork by Rachel Stevens, product photos courtesy of Cygolite and Raleigh.
The 2014 June Membership Drive runs through 5:30pm MST on Monday, June 30th. Adventure Cycling Association's mission is to inspire and empower people to travel by bicycle. We depend on dedicated cyclists to continue programs such as expanding the Adventure Cycling Route Network, keeping our online resources up to date, maintaining our education and outreach efforts, and building an official U.S. Bicycle Route System.