National Bike Travel Weekend

Thank you for participating in or supporting National Bike Travel Weekend 2016. The June 3-5, 2016 event with over 902 bike overnight trips and 11,908 participants was a huge success and has formed a strong foundation to make this an annual event, with you, the do-it-yourself bike traveler the focal point. Please keep an eye on these pages for an official announcement of National Bike Travel Weekend 2017: June 2-4, 2017. Please enjoy reviewing the resources that were created for National Bike Travel Weekend, and consider using them to do a bike overnight any time of the year, not just the first weekend in June!

Gather up your family, friends, bike clubs, youth groups or adventure buddies, and go on a bike overnight to your favorite campground, nearby park, public land, hotel, cabin, B & B, hostel, Warm Showers host, or a friend's backyard during National Bike Travel Weekend, June 3–5, 2016. Experience the joy of bicycle travel with thousands of other cyclists in North America on the same weekend.

Big groups, small groups, solo bike travelers — one person or 100 people — one night or two nights: it’s your choice. You’re in charge.

Explore the interactive map of bike overnights, and get inspired to plan your own bike overnight or join an exisiting one. Connect with one of over 200 National Bike Travel Weekend ambassadors from more than 40 states for bike travel resources in your area. Register your trip today!

Thank you, 40th anniversary sponsors:

http://www.raleighusa.com/       http://www.visitmt.com/

 

                                    
                 
            

 

 
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September 23, 2016
Bike Your Park tomorrow (Saturday, September 24! You can go...


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June 5, 2016
Photo by Roger DiBrito


Photo by Roger DiBrito

June 4, 2016
Photo by Christopher Joy.


Photo by Christopher Joy.