A Historic Ride Through Adventure Cycling Association

Feb 29, 2012

In this video produced by America ByCycle about Adventure Cycling, America ByCycle heads to the Adventure Cycling Association headquarters in Missoula, Montana to meet the people behind the maps. There they finally get to weigh their fully-loaded bikes, meet Greg Siple, one of the founders of Bikecentennial and Adventure Cycling Association, and get their portraits taken.

A Historic Ride Through the Adventure Cycling Association from America ByCycle on Vimeo.

Make sure you check out America By Cycles' blog to read the awesome write-up about their trip to Missoula that accompanies this video.

Read the full story of Bikecentennial, the roots of Adventure Cycling Association, or feast your eyes on some far-out photos of our founders in cut-offs circa the epic summer of 1976 on our Bikecentennial Flickr group.

Ready to be inspired? Become a member of Adventure Cycling Association. You'll receive 9 issues of Adventure Cyclist magazine -- full of great photos and inspiring bicycle-travel stories from around the world.

Want to come visit us?  Our legendary TransAmerica Bicycle Trail, our Lewis & Clark Trail and our Great Parks Bicycle Route all run through our headquarters in Missoula, Montana. (We have free ice cream.)

How do you get here? Plan your own long-distance bike trip: Check out Adventure Cycling's How To Department and the weekly Touring Tips and Gear column by Josh Tack.

Looking to spend that refund check on a brand-spanking new touring bicycle? Check out the Adventure Cyclist Touring Bike Buyer's Guide.

Need a riding companion? Peruse our Companions Wanted listings.

Need more? Check out America ByCycle's first video with Adventure Cycling: How to Prepare for a Long-Distance Bicycle Tour.

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NEWS, NETWORKING, AND NEW MEDIA highlights cool media (articles, videos, photos, etc.) and meet-ups related to Adventure Cycling and bicycle travel. This column is usually written by Media Director Winona Bateman. Writing a story about bicycle travel or Adventure Cycling Association? Contact Winona via email at pressATadventurecyclingDOTorg. Visit our media room, view our news releases, or follow us on Twitter.

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