Partner Resources

Adventure Cycling Association and partners of the Montana Bicycle Celebration invite you to be part of this exciting inaugural weekend event. Whether you are a partner organization, sponsor, supporter, or participant, you can use the tools below to share the Montana Bicycle Celebration with others. Thank you in advance for sharing the logos, web links, hashtags, and other information to help make this a successful event.


Download the Montana Bicycle Celebration logo and the Bitterroot Trail logo to share on your social media, website, newsletter, or other communications and materials.



Website Link

Social Media Posts

Share these sample posts on Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, and other social media.

  • #MTBikeCelebration will be the biggest bike travel celebration since #Bikecentennial! Join us on July 15–17 in #Missoula. #BitterrootTrail #SundayStreetsMissoula #AdventureCycling #VisitMT

  • Big Sky, Big Party on July 15–17. #MTBikeCelebration #BitterrootTrail #SundayStreetsMissoula #AdventureCycling #Bikecentennial #VisitMT

  • Celebrate 40 years of bike travel on July 15–17. #MTBikeCelebration #BitterrootTrail #SundayStreetsMissoula #AdventureCycling #Bikecentennial #VisitMT

  • Come ride the #BitterrootTrail on July 16 during the #MTBikeCelebration. #BitterrootTrail #SundayStreetsMissoula #AdventureCycling #Bikecentennial #VisitMT

Facebook Event Page

Connect with the Montana Bicycle Celebration Facebook event page and invite your friends.

Sample Press Release, Email, or Newsletter Message

Join [Organization Name] for the Montana Bicycle Celebration on July 15–17

Bicycle enthusiasts of all ages: Join [organization name] for the inaugural Montana Bicycle Celebration, July 15–17, a celebration of the Bitterroot Trail and the 40th anniversary of Adventure Cycling’s founding ride, Bikecentennial.

This jam-packed weekend in Missoula and the Bitterroot Valley will include:

  • Organized bike rides of varied distances on the Bitterroot Trail,
  • A ribbon-cutting ceremony at Travelers’ Rest State Park for the new Lolo to Missoula Trail,
  • A bike expo at Silver Park,
  • And social events at the University of Montana and the Holiday Inn Downtown with music by Ben Sollee, art, film, and acclaimed speakers Erick Cedeño, Lael Wilcox, Nicholas Carman, Willie Weir, Russ Roca and Laura Crawford from The Path Less Pedaled, and Bikecentennial co-founders Greg and June Siple, and Dan and Lys Burden.
  • Sunday Streets Missoula and BIKEapalooza, a community bike ride, will round out the celebratory weekend.

Visit and for more information and a complete schedule of events.

[Organization name] is a partner of the Montana Bicycle Celebration. [Explain your role in the Montana Bicycle Celebration.]

Other major partners of the Montana Bicycle Celebration include Adventure Cycling Association, Missoula Parks and Recreation, Missoula County Parks and Trails Program, Destination Missoula, Bike Walk Alliance for Missoula, Bike Walk Bitterroot, Bitterroot Trail Alliance, Missoula in Motion, Travelers’ Rest State Park. 

Photo by Meg Whicher