Frequently Asked Questions

What does Adventure Cycling Association do?

Adventure Cycling Association is North America’s largest membership cycling organization with 50,000 members. We create bike-friendly routes throughout North America — more than  miles to date. We produce maps that are designed specifically for cyclists, publish the award-winning bicycle-travel magazine Adventure Cyclist, run more than 70 bike tours each year, and lead national efforts to improve conditions for bicycle travel and touring, such as the development of an official U.S. Bicycle Route System. Adventure Cycling is a nonprofit association. Learn more about usVisit Guidestar to find out more about our nonprofit status.

What are your office hours?

Adventure Cycling Association’s office hours are 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. Mountain Time, Monday through Friday. See our Visit Missoula page for more info for visiting cyclists.

What is your contact information?

Complete contact information.

How do I get to your office?

If you are coming to Missoula from the east on Interstate 90: Take the Van Buren Street exit. Take a left on Van Buren and then a right on Broadway. At the second stoplight, you will take a right on Pattee and proceed one block. We are on the corner of Pine and Pattee at 150 E. Pine Steet.

If you are coming from the west, use the Orange Street exit: Take a right on Orange Street. You will go through an underpass. When you reach Pine Street, turn left. Go down three and a half blocks, and you will see us on the corner of Pine and Pattee at 150 E. Pine Steet.

If you are coming from the south, you will come into Missoula on Highway 93: Eventually Hwy 93 will become Brooks Street. You will follow Brooks for quite a while. At the intersection with Higgins Avenue, take a left and follow Higgins to the downtown area. When you get to Pine Street, take a right and go one block; we are on the corner of Pine and Pattee at 150 E. Pine Steet.

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How in the heck did you end up in Missoula, Montana?

Read a short history of our how we came to be and be in Montana. We’re located in a wonderful state for bicycling, and our mission meshes well with the vibrant, creative community of Missoula. Finally, it’s a great excuse for people from more crowded areas pay a visit to the mecca for bicycle travel and experience the beauty of Big Sky Country.

What are some of the reasons that people travel by bicycle?

Many cyclists whom we encounter are in the midst of a life transition, having recently graduated from college or other institution, retired, or having experienced a loss or an addition in their lives. Some of them are simply looking for a new challenge, or they’re on the road to raise money and awareness about a cause or issue about which they feel impassioned. Some are just out to have fun!