Reason 1) You can totally do it. Yes, totally. Worried about what you have to buy? Worried about being in shape? Don’t worry! Just read this...
When packing up for a tour, I tend to put a big focus on the essentials. Here are four items that may or may not be necessities, so they can be easy to neglect. But all of them are beneficial to have along.
In search of social media incognita in the mountains of South Africa.
It’s not snowing everywhere, but it ain’t quite warm either. Check out a selection of riding gear for cold days and long nights.
The Southern Tier is one of those routes that has a distinct "season" for riding due to the effect extreme weather conditions can have on a cyclist's experience. There are three factors contributing to the extremes: deserts, mountain passes, and hurricane season.
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Following the official designation of U.S. Bicycle Routes 21 and 23 in September, cyclists now have even more options for exploring the Bluegrass State on two wheels.
National parks around the country are promoting biking to address congestion and provide new ways to travel to and experience parks.
Greg Wood with Missouri Life Magazine added, "We have people from thirty states here and I think as far away as Scotland and Canada. And they just enjoy what we're doing right here."
Ovando sits at mile 550 and has become a staple stop for riders. “You always hear about the accommodations. It’s certainly known,” says Cunningham as she finished filling her basket. “It’s totally cool to come here.”
To celebrate the 20th year of the Great Divide Mountain Bike Route from Banff, Alberta to the U.S.- Mexico border, Ben Weaver is riding it with his musical instruments and playing shows along the way.
So in 2008, I signed up for Teen Treks' maiden cross-country bike trip from Seattle to New York City mostly following Adventure Cycling's Northern Tier route. The group consisted of five teenagers and two leaders we jokingly called mom and dad who actually ended up getting married and now have two ...
Bicycle Tripping from the Windy City to the Big Apple — Chicago to New York City Bicycle Route Adventure Cycling's 1,160-mile bicycle route connects several major metropolitan areas of the Midwest and the Eastern Seaboard for traveling cyclists.
A Seattle girl with a love and concern for endangered orca whales hopped on a tandem bicycle with her tech-savvy father Saturday morning to start a cross-country ride to raise awareness and money to aid the species.
Each summer, cyclists taking part in the Tour Divide mountain-bike race can be found in Montana as they make their way on what many would call the journey of a lifetime.
Before interstate highways and their homogenized sameness of truckstops, fast-food vendors and chain motels, Route 66 was our country’s Mother Road. It ushered travelers from east to west, provided them food, fuel and rest for the weary.
Seven Duluth-area cyclists plan to ride the Tour Divide bike race this summer, a 2,745-mile race on roads and trails between Banff, Alberta, and the Mexican border.
“The U.S. Bicycle Route System is an important link in America’s interconnected multimodal transportation network” said Bud Wright, executive director of AASHTO.
Jim Colburn's journey across America to make his high school reunion proved to be a grander kind of reunion in itself.
Two men on a journey between the temporal and the divine
Scotty Parker, 13, will ride from Santa Monica, Calif., to Sullivan's Island in June and July to raise money for Water Mission.
A bike trip requires planning, conditioning, and organization, said Lisa McKinney, a spokeswoman for Missoula, Mont.-based Adventure Cycling, which helps thousands of riders each year with trips around the country.
Director of Travel Initiatives with the Missoula-based Adventure Cycling Association, is talking about Senate Bill 363.
After quitting his job a year ago, he discovered the Adventure Cycling Association, which prepares mapped biking routes all over the country.
Adventure Cycling based in Missoula has assembled online resources, including contacts with ambassadors, to encourage cyclists to try an overnight bicycle tour in their own region.
Matt Boelter, 22, hopes to raise awareness of the plight of refugees in Syria and raise $10,000.
Deme was a 24-year staffer of Adventure Cycling Association and longtime editor of Adventure Cyclist magazine.
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