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The first-ever Bike Your Park Day on September 24 encourages people to explore parks and public lands by bicycle in celebration of the National Park Service’s (NPS) centennial, National Public Lands Day, and Adventure Cycling Association’s 40th anniversary.
The Montana Bicycle Celebration will include a ribbon-cutting ceremony for the Bitterroot Trail, free, supported bike rides with optional shuttle service, a bicycle expo, social events with nationally-acclaimed speakers, music, art, and films hosted by Adventure Cycling Association in honor of their 40th anniversary and Sunday Streets Missoula. Adventurecycling.org/MTBikeCelebration & MontanaBikeCelebration.com
AASHTO approves nearly 200 miles of new U.S. Bicycle Routes in Connecticut, Massachusetts, Georgia, and Virginia.
For early June: the biggest weekend of bicycle travel, celebrating 40 years of Adventure Cycling Association, surpasses 800 trips and 10,000 participants -- and the numbers are growing.
Adventure Cycling’s original 4,228-mile cross-country route gets a digital update — modern data for the modern traveling cyclist on America’s Bicycle Route.
40th anniversary sponsors are supporting three major first-of-their kind North American events: National Bike Travel Weekend, the Montana Bicycle Celebration, and Bike Your Park Day.
Four young adults will bring their bike travel experience and leadership skills to their communities
Media are invited to a press conference on Wednesday, March 9 from 11 a.m. – 1 p.m. at Travelers’ Rest State Park, 6717 Highway 12 West, Lolo announcing the newly formed Bitterroot Trail Preservation Alliance and highlighting events associated with the Montana Bicycle Celebration scheduled for this summer.
Registration is now open for a national event on September 24, 2016, for people of all ages and abilities to discover their parks and public lands by bicycle.
The National Bike Travel Weekend interactive map, DIY resources, and over 150 nation-wide ambassadors will connect and inspire thousands of adventurers to go on a bike overnight in celebration of Adventure Cycling Association’s 40
AASHTO approves eight new U.S. Bicycle Routes in Vermont, Georgia, Indiana, Arizona, Ohio, and Kansas, expanding opportunities for national bicycle travel and tourism.
A new pilot service on the Capitol Limited route will allow bicyclists to roll bikes on and off at any station between Chicago and Washington DC.
Celebrating the heroes of bicycle travel in the U.S., Adventure Cycling’s awards include the Pacesetter Bicycle Travel Award, June Curry Trail Angel Award, Sam Braxton Bike Shop Award, and the Adventure Cycling Volunteer of the Year Award.
Official national bicycle network expands to 8,992 miles with addition of three new routes in Idaho and Utah; eighteen states now have U.S. Bicycle Routes.
For the sixth year in a row, Adventure Cycling is kicking off its celebration of National Bike Month by launching a month-long U.S. Bicycle Route System (USBRS) fundraising campaign, Build It. Bike It. Be a Part of It.
Adventure Cycling Association is thrilled to announce the two winners of its 2015 Young Adult Bike Travel Scholarship program. Now in its 2nd year, the scholarship program was developed at the request of Adventure Cycling members as a way to bring more young people to the experience of bike travel.
Adventure Cycling’s 40th anniversary celebration in 2016 will include events, tours, reunions, ’76 retro merchandise and more.
Adventure Cycling Association today announced its second episode of Adventure Cycling Montana, a short film series produced with Epic Montana.
Adventure Cycling's 2,493-mile bicycle route will revitalize the “Main Street of America” — this time with traveling cyclists
Missoula, Montana — Adventure Cycling Association, North America's largest cycling membership organization, is pleased to announce the winners of its 2014 Bicycle Travel Awards.