Share the Joy of Adventure Cycling

Jun 21, 2013

Maybe you have been on the road for a few weeks, riding cross country on the TransAm.  Or perhaps you are planning an overnight bike camping trip with your family for the 4th of July.  Or maybe you are sitting on your porch, drinking an iced tea and dreaming over the latest issue of Adventure Cyclist magazine.

We want you to share that inspiration and adventure with your friend and family!

By sharing Adventure Cycling with them, you can give your friends a taste of all that bike touring has to offer.  Right now, you can send a free sample issue of Adventure Cyclist, the inspirational bicycle-travel magazine, to anyone on your list. Through its insightful stories, compelling photographs, and informative columns, Adventure Cyclist has inspired generations of veteran and beginner cyclists alike.

Want to hear the other great news? By referring your friends or family members, you'll also be entered into our Share the Joy contest for a chance to win a bicycle or other fabulous prizes!*

Now that we have you excited, all you have to do is share your friend's name and address and we'll mail them a free copy of Adventure Cyclist, making sure that they know it's from you.

If you're not a member and you want to get your hands on a free issue of Adventure Cyclist, you can also request your own copy today.

Spread that passion around and share the joy of cycling — inspire a friend by sending them a free issue of Adventure Cyclist today. Thanks again for your support and for helping more people learn about the joys and benefits of bike travel.

*Share the Joy prizes are for members only, so join today if you want to be entered to win. 

Photo by Rachel Stevens

MEMBERSHIP HIGHLIGHTS is typically posted every other Friday by Amy Corbin, Membership and Marketing Coordinator. Membership Highlights spotlights the various benefits of membership,our accomplishments thanks to member support, and even interviews with some of our most passionate and dedicated members, both individual and organizational.

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