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Four young adults will win new gear and take an Adventure Cycling educational course in exchange for promoting bicycle travel.
People throughout the world will ride to or within parks and public lands during the second annual Bike Your Park Day on September 30, also National Public Lands Day.
Adventure Cycling's 1,160-mile bicycle route connects several major metropolitan areas of the Midwest and the Eastern Seaboard for traveling cyclists.
Pennsylvania Becomes 25th State to Join the U.S. Bicycle Route System
Registrants who sign up at BikeTravelWeekend.org by May 22 will be entered to win a Seldom Seen bikepacking bike from Advocate Cycles and an Amtrak trip for two, with bikes, to Glacier National Park.
The Missoula Art Park opens Friday, April 21, and Adventure Cycling Association, the Missoula Art Museum, and the City of Missoula invite the public to an opening dedication with more events to follow on Earth Day, Saturday, April 22.
Warm tributes are being paid by family, friends, and colleagues to Michael Deme, Adventure Cycling’s Director of Design and Media, who died suddenly and unexpectedly of natural causes this week at age 51.
Sara Chars and Kaj Kraus win The Greg Siple Award for Young Adult Bicycle Travel to participate in Adventure Cycling education courses.
During its 40th anniversary, North America’s largest cycling membership organization
A pioneer of the American cycling movement retires after five decades of service
The U.S. Bicycle Route System now encompasses 11,563 miles of routes in twenty-four states.
Jim Sayer, Adventure Cycling's Executive Director appointed to the National Advisory Committee on Travel and Tourism Infrastructure
Two 18-30 year-olds will be selected to receive new touring equipment and participate in an Adventure Cycling Association educational tour, including transportation, meals, and accommodations
2015 and 2016 mark a continued surge in all types of bike tourism, from single-day to multi-day, paved roads to gravel, all over the world
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.