Thank you to these generous sponsors of Adventure Cycling's 40th anniversary. The celebration would not be possible without their support.
Interested in sponsoring 2017's biggest celebration of bicycle travel? Find out more.
Raleigh Bicycles Our bicycles are designed around one simple idea: make them really, really fun. And that's the idea that inspired our very first bikes in 1887 and continues to inspire how we do things today. After all, fun makes people happy. And that's something we proudly stand behind.
Advocate Cycles is a bike company that exists solely to create innovative bicycles and deliver 100% of profits from the company back to cycling advocacy efforts. Our mission is to support organizations, projects, and initiatives that have positive outcomes for cycling.
Salsa Cycles What do you believe a bicycle can do for you? At Salsa we believe a bicycle is the best way to interact with and experience this world. We design and manufacture bicycles and components that can lead you to adventure. Go explore. Take a chance. Find out what's down that road, over that hill, and around that bend. Adventure by bike.
Some of us are weekend warriors. Some of us are serious athletes. Some of us like to jump off things other people call cliffs. But we all share one thing. We worship at the temple of raw, wild fun. That sacred place where time stands still or stretches into infinity. At Primal, we make the clothing and accessories you need to answer that call, so you can get out there and make life as fun as it can be. From fabrics that enhance your performance to t-shirts you can wear on your day off. So throw on your Primal and go play nice with the other wild, crazy animals.
Blue Cross Blue Shield of Montana (BCBSMT) is the largest statewide, customer-owned health insurer and full-service health benefits administrator in Montana. BCBSMT believes that Montana consumers and employers deserve the best of both worlds — access to quality, affordable health care and superior customer service from a company that focuses solely on members.
Visit Idaho Idaho is a playground for outdoor enthusiasts with superb bicycling opportunities on 31 scenic byways, amazing bike paths, and challenging mountain bike trails.
Visit Mississippi To those who love the outdoors, Mississippi is a little slice of heaven on earth. The climate, abundant wildlife, and natural scenic beauty make our state a year-round destination for outdoor adventure seekers. Whether you’re looking to getaway for a week or a day, Mississippi is the perfect place for you.
Travel Oregon is the official tourism marketing organization for the state of Oregon and is dedicated to inspiring travelers to visit Oregon and helping them have a great time once they're there.
Destination Missoula is proud to be a founding sponsor of the Montana Bicycle Celebration. We would like to be the first to welcome you to our amazing community! You will find that Missoula is a small town with a big city vibe. In Missoula, it is hard to compete with the great outdoors. Fortunately, Missoula’s arts and thriving music scenes are worthy contenders. Think permanent collections, including Worhal and Picasso to appearances from Sir Paul McCartney and the Rolling Stones to Grace Potter, Lyle Lovett, and Robert Earle Keen! Missoula is also all about sustainable, locally sourced, and Missoula-made — from five-star restaurants to a budding food truck culture and handcrafted beers and wines to the best coffee this side of Seattle. Our experienced travel counselors will help customize the perfect trip to experience Missoula as only you can. Visit us at 101 E. Main Street, www.destinationmissoula.org, or call 1-800-526-3465 to start planning!
Experience Plus! Award-winning bicycle tour operator, ExperiencePlus! has been family-owned since 1972. The first U.S. based tour operator to offer bicycle tours in Italy, ExperiencePlus! has since expanded to include tours in 22 countries, blending true cycling expertise with innovative routes and off-the-beaten-path immersion. Pioneers in providing lightly guided tours and specialists in finding the balance between just enough support and freedom to explore, ExperiencePlus! guests are hosted by local tour leaders who assure the best experience possible — from mapping out the route marked with chalk arrows, delivering your luggage to hotels, to conducting a briefing each morning and a de-brief at dinner, they are never far away while still allowing cyclists to ride at their own pace.
The Missoulian newspaper has proudly served Western Montana since 1873. Today, the print newspaper is delivered to thousands of doorsteps every morning and is read by thousands of people on virtually every digital device every day. The Missoulian is grateful to be a part of the Missoula community and will continue to deliver high-quality news content to Montana communities.
Osprey Packs Independent since 1974 and still anchored by the design genius of company founder and owner, Mike Pfotenhauer, Osprey Packs is a leader in technical packs for outdoor, cycling, travel and urban adventures. Osprey’s dedication to create innovative, high-performance gear reflects the brand’s love of adventure and devotion to the outdoors. Osprey Packs can be found online at www.ospreypacks.com and in outdoor specialty retailers in over 60 countries worldwide. To learn more about Osprey and its products, visit www.ospreypacks.com. Follow all brand updates on Instagram (@ospreypacks), Facebook (@ospreypacks), and Twitter (@ospreypacks).
APPLY TODAY! Whether you are new to bicycle travel or looking to build your outdoor leadership skills, @adventurecycling ‘s Young Adult Scholarship program is here to help get you in the saddle and out on the road by providing resources and support adults ages 18 to 30. Find out more on our website: http://ow.ly/8KYj3059sFi Photo @saarasnow #adventurecycling #jumpstartbiketravel (at Adventure Cycling Association)
Bike Your Park tomorrow (Saturday, September 24! You can go anywhere- a national park, state park, forest, recreation area, national monument. It’s your ride. BikeYourParkDay.org
Photo by Roger DiBrito