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Each year, hundreds of cyclists grab their maps, plan their tours, pack their panniers or trailers, and head for the open roads and trails of America. Many of these intrepid two-wheeled travelers would like to have company for the journey. If you're looking for a touring companion for your adventure, here's the place to start. The cyclists below are all members of the Adventure Cycling Association, and they're getting ready to pack up and take off.
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I'm seeking a cycling buddy for a monthlong bikepacking trip in West Africa winter 2023-24. The ideal candidate would be fun, flexible, hardy. Loose togetherness would be fine. Timbuktu to Abidjan via Burkina Faso? Abidjan to Lagos via a big loop northward through Ghana, Togo and Benin? I have some experience bikepacking in the U.S. and did a bit of it on a two-week trip in Côte d'Ivoire this winter.
Seeking two/three male companions for the Southern Tier leaving first part of September '23 or March '24 from San Diego. Self-supported means we will be camping, hotels, Warmshowers. I will be 63 (been cycling since I was 15), retired, married and plan to average 60 miles/day with a recharge day every 8 or so. I can provide transport to an airport nearby St. Augustine, Florida, upon completion if need be. As a warm-up I will be riding the 470-mile BRP in the Carolina area in July '23 if interested. Serious inquiries - let's plan early and do this!
Taking Amtrak to Seattle, arriving 8/1/2023. Finding my way as far west on the Olympic Peninsula (via ferry & bus) as possible then pointing east on the Northern Tier to Whitefish, meeting friends, then on to North Dakota, Minnesota, the U.P. of Michigan, and south over the Mackinaw Bridge into Indian River, Michigan, to meet friends. Lake Erie Connector to Niagara Falls, meeting family, then using the Erie Canal Tow Path Trail to Albany, New York, and finally across Massachusetts to Boston. Hoping to find adventurous, lighthearted, fun-loving human(s) to join me. Riding casually, going to be stopping for side adventures, camping, hotels, open to your preferences. I'm a 67-year-old Grandpa with bicycle touring experience.
My name is Carlton. I am a 59-year-old retired engineer. I love to laugh and always seem to have a smile on my face. Riding is my passion. I am looking for a riding buddy who is easygoing and friendly. I will be using my Surly Disc Trucker with panniers. My plan is to cover about 75-100 km per day (weather and elevation gains permitting) and finish up in St. John by the end of August I hope to use Warmshowers, campgrounds, and motels (in that order). I haven't set a budget for my adventure, but I am flexible enough to be able to adjust my budget depending on my riding companion. Please reach out if you interested in joining me on my epic adventure.
I am still available to SAG one person from Acadia NP to Anacortes following the Adventure Cycling Northern Tier Bicycle Route, beginning after June 15, 2023. Definitely want to go east to west. I have a small RV that we can use for the crossing. I'll haul your gear, so all you have to do is ride each day to the next campsite. You'll have an easy ride across the country. Here is your chance to do that ride across the country that you've been dreaming about. Email for details.
63-year-old male from Ireland starting out 19 May finishing 9 August or earlier. Average 53 miles per day with 10 rest days, may cycle more if the going is good. Camping, motels, Warmshowers. Company welcome. Cycle touring for many years locally and Europe but never one as long as this!
61- and 47-year-old females looking for additional riding partners. Leaving from Seattle, Washington, and hooking up to TransAmerica Trail in Eugene, Oregon, then taking it onto Yorktown, Virginia. Leaving late June to beginning of July and staying in hotels along the way whenever possible, also o.k. with Warmshowers. Both experienced, fit riders looking to ride anywhere from 50-85 miles per day depending on terrain with days off every 8 to 10 days depending on how we feel. Planning to stop at a few points of interest along the way. We will be riding with bikepacking gear not panniers since staying in hotels along the way – lighter in gear. Email for details.
Looking for 1-2 fellow Christians, male or female. 80 days, 50-70 miles per day average. First week, lower miles. Mostly hosts providing housing, along with occasional motels, Warmshowers, camping. This is my second crossing, as I crossed TransAmerica in 1980. I am a male, 65 years old. Very flexible, easy to get along with, respectful, and focused. Will need to be open to occasional stopping for media coverage. Let's Go!! Depart June 28, from Anacortes, Washington, arriving in Boston, Massachusetts, September 15-16-17. Join me on all or portion. Everyone must be independent.
I'm leaving 5/21/23 from Alameda, California, following the Western Express and TransAmerica routes eastbound. I'm a 64-year-old male, married with one grown son. I'm prepared to go solo but would welcome a companion. I'm not an athlete. I'm aiming to ride no less than 50 miles per day on average or no less than 300 miles per week. I'll overnight in motels, hotels and campgrounds. The occasional wild camp is possible, if other options aren't available. Compatibility and the desire to ride are more important than age and gender.
Hello! Retired married female looking for fellow bike adventurers to join me on cross-country ride starting in Washington DC in mid-May, ending in Oregon or possibly Washington State. Average 50-60 miles/day; rest day about once weekly; camping, hotels, hostels, Warmshowers.
I'm a 65-year-old male looking for companions to ride from Yorktown, Virginia, leaving early May to Astoria, Oregon. I'll be using Adventure Cycling TransAm maps with a flexible schedule stopping at points of interest, mostly camping and shared cooking. Your Adventure Awaits ... Let's do this !
Hi there, I am a 60-year-old female looking for a fellow adventurer. I have done shorter fully supported rides. This is my first half transcontinental. Planning on following Rte. 66 and then hooking up with TransAmerica, then Atlantic. 40-60 miles a day, camping, Warmshowers, and hotels to break up the journey.
L.A. to Gaspe peninsula. I'm a 65-year-old male. I've crossed the U.S. 3 times. Leaving L.A. about 1 May. Averaging 50-60 miles per day with about 1 out of 10 days off for rest depending on weather. Planning to make use of Warmshowers hosts, camping, and hotels/motels. Join me for part or all of the journey. Let's go have fun!
I am developing a route from Washington State to North Carolina, using primarily the Northern Tier. Timeframe is up in the air but probably July 15 to Sept 30. We have a 31-foot RV that my wife will drive to the next camp site each night. We have room for 3 additional riders. Plan on visiting some national parks and other sites. Not a race but a journey.
Looking for some folks to ride the Northern Tier (preferably w/ Lake Eerie and Northern Lakes alternate) or TransAm westbound and self-supported starting late July 2023. I could also be convinced to go eastbound if we're a good fit. I am 27F, a regular bike commuter, and have one long-distance tour under my belt (EST 22). Hoping to keep it low-budget with camping and Warmshowers and ride an average of 60-70 miles per day. Logistics/research are my jam, bike mechanics are not. Ideal ride companions are social but also sometimes enjoy solitude. LGBTQ+ friendly.
Howdy! Looking to see if anyone is down to travel eastbound on the TransAmerica Trail next year. Shooting for a mid-May start date from Eugene, Oregon. Originally from San Diego, I am a 36-year-old male in decent to good shape depending who is asking (I suck at descending). Cycled San Francisco to Orange County a few weeks ago staying in motels as a test to the idea of cycling for longer distance and time. Looking to mix in camping when available, no qualms with staying in motels when needed. Anywhere between 50 to 100 miles a day and completing the ride in a little over two months all depending on conditions, elevation, services, health, rest days, mechanicals, how good the views are, etc. Cheers and safe riding folks. -Ham
I'm gonna do it! Finally. Leaving Springfield, Missouri, on June 20, 2023, picking up the TransAm in Ash Grove, Missouri, and heading West to dip my wheel in the Pacific within 90 days. I'm in NO hurry, only 50 miles/day max, +/-. My bike is a e-converted Trek 520 and most likely will pull a trailer (maybe). I decided to start posting this EARLY in hopes of finding a good companion to suffer the misery from Misery (Missouri). I'm planning to use Warmshowers, Camp, Motel in that order. Will definitely stop in Missoula!
I couldn't make this trip happen this year, so targeting for next year beginning early June 2023. Will start on the coast west of Portland, and follow L&C trail through Idaho. Then link up with the Northern Tier thru Montana to Minnesota. Am planning a route across Wisconsin to link up with the ferry across Lake Michigan and the Lake Erie Connector to/thru Canada. Then back on the Northern Tier route to Maine (Portland or Bar Harbor). I'm 66 and plan ~60 miles per day with a rest day ~7-10 days, or as needed. Camping, hostels and hotels.
Hello, looking for company on a ride in eastern Canada from Kingston, Ontario, to Quebec City, Quebec, along the Saint Lawrence River. The plan is to fly into and out of Montreal accessing the beginning and end points via bike-friendly trains and staying in budget lodging, Warmshowers, or camping. Average 50 miles per day for 8-9 days. Approximate distance of 400 miles. I'm a 65-year-old retired married male.
Looking for 1 to 4 people to share in expenses for a coed E-bike trip in proximity to Barolo and Acqui Terme. 24 - 40 miles per day. June 20th - 26th or June 26th - 30th or June 20th - 30th. I'm a 65 year old male and toured in this region last summer with my wife a small group of friends. We had a great time some we're doing it again. Lodging consists of 1 or 2 B&B's. We are not hauling gear as we're doing day trips near or from our inn(s). Single and double rooms available. Riding on quiet roads through wine country.
I am considering riding the coast from Gibraltar to Barcelona, around 1,500 KM. I am only interested in Motel-Airbnb lodging with separate rooms. Based mostly on lodging options, I ride 50-70 miles a day. I have taken 3 such trips where I am carrying my clothes, bike tools/parts, and iPad. A rough route is calculated and lodging is determined the night before. I am a fit 69-year-old male. My schedule is open this year. Mike
Looking for companion to ride in Europe for around a 4-6 week trip. Motel lodging, separate rooms. 50-70 miles a day with rest days. Open to any locations. I have ridden 5 different trips in Europe and love it. My buddy isn't available this year. Open for dates June through September. I am a fit 68-year-old male. I am used to doing a flexible route planning as we go. I am possibly thinking the Rhine River but open to most anything. Mike St. Peters, MO
Looking for companions to join me, beginning in Prague on July 1. After spending a full day in Prague, I am headed north, cycling following the Elbe River through Melník, Dresden, Meissen, Wittenberg, and Berlin along the EuroVelo Sun Route (#7) to Rostock, over to Gedser, Denmark. Once in Denmark, I am headed to meet family in Staby near the west coast of Denmark. Companions may continue on to Copenhagen on EuroVelo #10 or EuroVelo's #3. The route is fairly flat. I plan to take 12 days to cover the 520 miles - 45 miles/day. I am a 68-year-old male who only speaks English. I plan to stay at motels, Warmshowers, camping. Looking for cyclists of any nationality, age or gender to share this ride.
I would like to find a companion, or two, to make a spring trip across southern Italy. My current plan is to fly to Naples, ride east to Bari, and then south to do a loop of the Salento Peninsula. The trip will wrap up with a route through Matera, then back to the west to Paestum, and the Amalfi Coast. I'm a 58-year-old retired man, fit and ready to ride.
I have been planning a tour along the "Weserradweg" since last year. We are, at this stage, 3 folks who are going to start in Hann. Muenden on the 1st of May and end in Cuxhaven on May 10th. Stops have been decided upon, about 2/3rds of nights have standing reservations along the route that can be taken advantage of by sharing the cost and board. I was born and raised in Bremen, Germany. I started cycling again after a cancer diagnosis in 2020. I am hoping to share a good time. Just like most group events, the number of participants has been dwindling the closer to the ride we have been getting. This is just a last minute call to see if anybody is adventurous enough to join a fun, easy and short ride in Germany ... and drink some beer.
I have developed an 18-day route that would begin in Zürich and then head east to begin a clockwise loop around Switzerland. The route would follow Swiss bike trails, which are typically well-established mixes of pavement and light gravel surfaces. Stops along the way would include Bellinzona, Andermatt, Lausanne, Geneva, Basel, and Bern. Mileage will fall between 70-100 Km per day with some serious climbs along the way. The tour would take 18 days to cover a total 1,295 Km, with a couple of rest days thrown into the mix. Hotels would be the norm although I would pack a bivy kit just in case. Precise start and stop dates are somewhat flexible. I'm a dude, 62 years old, strong, and happy. Any serious riders would be most welcome to join.
Seasoned cycle tourist contemplating a trip through Slovakia and Romania (with a transit through Budapest) in the late spring or early summer of 2023. Three to four weeks. Average 40 miles a day. Overnights in B&Bs, pensions, and small family-run hotels. Emphasis on photography and the scenery, sites, cultures, people, and historic attractions of the region. Train travel part of the itinerary. Preferred travel companion is age 35 or over who's flexible, sociable, a good conversationalist, and willing to bike cheerfully in less than ideal weather conditions.
I am planning to cycle the Ruta Via de la Plata from Seville to Gijon, Spain. Leaving September 10, 2023, and arriving in Gijon 13 days later. Most of the route will be on the N630 which runs through several World Heritage sites and has only light traffic. I plan to cycle hotel-to-hotel, but campers are welcome. Send me a message with any questions and I will send you a link to the preliminary travel plan on my blog. It would be wonderful to have companions to share the joy of the adventure. Gender, race, sexual orientation, nationality, and age are not important, but a sense of humor and adaptability are required. Join me!
I'm looking for 1 or 2 companions to ride southbound. I rode the first tier last summer and headed back for more this summer 2023. I'm planning to start in Butte, Montana, where I left off. I'm flexible on the dates but planning to start late July / early August. I'm an easygoing 53-year-old married male and longtime bikepacker / cyclist. I enjoy riding without pressure and not consumed by mileage. It's about the journey for me, not the destination. I plan to split stays in motels / camping.
Looking for strong but humble rider(s) to join me on Sections 3 and 4 of Great Divide gravel ride. I did Sections 1 and 2 last September and can hardly wait to get back on the trail. My dates are looking like: June 29-July 11, riding 50-70 miles a day. 53-year-old experienced rider and backpacker. Strong rider, strong spirit. My attitude is "Adventure! Not predicament!"
Looking to gather a small contingency of self-supported riders for a northbound assault of the GDMBR from the border in Antelope Wells, New Mexico, to at least the Border in Rooseville, Montana. I was thinking a mid-June starting time. A partner or two (but no limit) would be awesome! I'm 62, male, with plenty of long-distance experience, such as the GDMBR (SoBo 2010), TransAmerica bike route (E-W 2008), along with the AT (2005/2014). Let's do it!
Looking for companion(s) to join for all or part of a SoBo trip, leaving from Banff sometime in early August. Figure on 50 to 75 miles per day. Don't need to ride together all the time, but would be nice to camp as a group, share motel rooms, dine in town, etc. Looking for fun, energetic people of any age or gender to share the adventure.
60-year-old married male looking for someone to start the Divide trail in Banff with. I'm looking for a partner to travel through grizzly country. Not looking for a full trip partner as I understand our paces/etc may vary. Looking to do 40-50 miles per day at the start. Thanks
I plan to be part of the Adventure Cycling van-supported Wind River trip this summer. I want to continue southward on GDMBR after it ends in south central (Jeffrey City) Wyoming on ~Aug 7th. Would like to extend this outing by getting to southern Colorado. Figuring out the transportation logistics will be key. B.O.B. and I plan to do 40+-ish miles per day. I am a newly retired 65-year-old male itching for adventure.
Looking for a couple additional riders for the GDMBR starting around August 8, 2023. I have ridden SOBO before and want to ride again. Have also completed the WWR, Idaho Hot Springs, and Northern Tier. Looking to complete the route in 55-60 days, averaging 50 miles per day with a few rest days. Tenting with motel option every few nights. I am a senior citizen, but certainly capable. Join me on the best bike route in the world.
Seeking a companion or two starting in early to mid-July 2023. I am a fit 63-year-old and an experienced backpacker, but have so far just done Midwest gravel bike routes. Will be training heavily in the spring/early summer to prepare for hills and mountains on a loaded bike. Planning to start at Whitefish, Montana, with a shuttle to Banff, then ride south to Helena, Montana, and beyond. Planning a strong pace, but will pause often to enjoy the scenery and take pictures, open to exploring interesting sites adjacent to the route as well. I would like to preserve access to a car at 10 to 14 day intervals, would be nice to travel with someone who is good company and could share the shuttling. Open to any gender / age / experience level.
I am looking for 1-2 companions for the Montana sections of the Great Divide. I have the first two weeks of September to ride. Strong rider, 53-year-old woman, flexible for right company. Let's chat!
Riding from St. Louis, Missouri, to Astoria, Oregon, June 6, 2023 to August 10, 2023, (give or take a week), 4,100 miles of the original route of the Corps of Discovery. Looking for easygoing, dynamic, and veteran riders, total of six riders. Mostly camping. Self-contained. A fun, fabulous, amazing journey of those original explorers. Write me for more details on the ride.
Looking for riders interested in doing the Colorado Trail (Denver to Durango) early to late July 2023 (depending on snow conditions). My name is Al, 63 years old and retired. Experienced in backpacking, backcountry skiing, and mountain climbing, now taking on bikepacking.
Hi, a group of us are planning a ride from Natchez to Nashville and some of us have run up against how to get back to Natchez to pick up our vehicle. Ride back the way we came is the obvious answer but does anyone know about shuttle possibilities?
I'm looking forward to being out enjoying the fullness of spring traveling through the woods and countryside, and would enjoy having one or more companions at least some of the way. I have done this ride a few times. I am a 64-year-old prepared to be flexible or to have a more set itinerary depending on the needs and expectations of those who would join me. Plan to leave from my home in Washington, DC, in early May and ride round-trip to Connellsville, Pennsylvania, (where there's an Amtrak station) at a moderate pace, 30-75 miles a day, in about 11 days including a couple days for resting and exploring. Open to other possible itineraries. Mostly camping and grocery store food, with some indoor stays possible. Recommend bike with at least 1.5" tires.
Hello, 66-year-old retired man seeks touring companion to start of RAGBRAI. Thinking of following mostly the Adventure Cycling Lewis & Clark Route along the Missouri River. Mostly camping along the way, but open to alternatives along the way. Thinking starting first week of July 2023. Thanx for reading. Questions or comments are appreciated.
Male, 61, on Catrike Expedition, with trailer and dog, looking to ride the south loop of the Arkansas High Country starting mid to late May and would love some company. I intend to camp the entire trip with a 2+ night stop at Brady Mountain, rent a boat and to do a night or 2 of island camping on Lake Ouachita if circumstances permit. This will be my first overnight cycling trip so I am completely open to changes to the plan details, etc., from anyone wanting to join for all or part of the trip. The route is roughly 50% gravel and 50% pavement, and the climbs/descents can reach gradients between 17 - 21% (So I fully expect to die! lol).
Hi fellow members, I'm planning to bikepack the Northwoods Route (https://www.bikepackingroots.org/northwoodsroute.html) and possibly other areas nearby in June 2023. Anyone interested should go to the link above and check it out. Thanks!
66-year-old female seeking female companions to ride from Pittsburgh to Cumberland and shuttle back to Pittsburgh. Travel 25-40 miles per day at a leisurely pace. Sleep in inns, hotels, B&Bs. Side trip to view Falling Water along the way. East to West instead is possible.
Cycling companions wanted for a 500 to 1,000 mile ride either on the Golden Circle or Haines to Denali. Experience nature at its finest camping most nights with occasional indoor stops. I'm a retired school teacher averaging 50 to 60 miles per day at 12 to 14 mph on last Alaska/Yukon tour.
Hi all, I'm a 27-year-old guy who recently just learned his bike tour with other friends along the Great Divide is being pushed out a year. Had the greatest time crossing the country with those 3 in 2020 (TransAm/WesternExpress) and we took a whopping 3 months (a much longer time than most)! I'll get to the point; I'm not in the greatest shape (hoping this trip will change that), I'm not a very fast rider, and I stop whenever I want because that's why I bike. To the chase: I'm looking to take a trip along the Atlantic Coast starting in Maine sometime in mid-May and ending in the Keys (most likely will take ~ 2 months with my slow pace), but I am open to literally anything. I'm very carefree and always ready to traverse the unbeaten path.
I am a 62-year-old male experienced cyclist looking for a male cycling companion for the above route. I plan on riding 55 to 65 miles a day mixing camping and hotels/motels when weather or a break from sleeping on the ground is called for. I am flexible on miles per day. Likely might want to take a layover day at points of interest or every 8 to 10 days if necessary. I am flexible on most aspects of the ride. I plan to start in West Yellowstone and finish in Minneapolis following the Adventure Cycling route the entire distance. Reach out to me if interested in partnering on this adventure. Thanks.
Looking for companions to ride the Al-Can during the month of June averaging 50 to 70 miles per day. Planning on using Adventure Cycling map for a 25 to 30 day adventure. Starting with a ferry ride from Bellingham, Washington, and eventually ending up in Anchorage for the flight home. Mix of camping and indoor accommodations. I'm 65.
I'm riding the Katy Trail west to east starting in Clinton, Missouri, May 1 and arriving in St Charles, Missouri, May 6. I will be camping along the way and my wife and her friends will be staying in hotels. Then my wife is driving me to Chester, Illinois, to start the TransAmerica Trail May 7 going to Yorktown, Virginia. I'm planning on 4 weeks for the approximately 1,200 miles so should end up the first week of June. 3 or 4 rest days total aggregating 50-80 miles a day. I rode the TAT from Portland, Oregon, to Chester last year camping along the way and Warmshowers and in churches. I will be doing the same for this portion too. If you are interested in riding the Katy and/or that portion on the TAT please let me.
I've done this ride twice, want to do it again in late spring/early summer. Start the ride in Buffalo and end in Albany, using Amtrak to get to the start point (or you can meet me in Buffalo and train it back). Six nights camping, one night in a Utica motel. Flat, more than half paved. I'm a TransAm veteran, retired USG employee, and live in DC, with a second home 90 minutes south of Albany, available as a meeting point for car ride to Albany.
I am a 54-year-old male looking for multi-day rides out of the Philly area. Round trips Philly to Gettysburg, Philly to Lancaster, Philly to NYC, Philly to Cape May, Philly to Port Jervis, etc. Adventure Cycling routes can be used or create our own. I am open to camping or hotels, 50-80 miles per day and averaging 16-19 mph depending on the terrain. I am flexible with all the above, email me if interested.
I'm interested in joining anyone planning to ride Erie Canal Trail, west to east and early or mid-June are best for me but I am flexible with both. Six or seven days to cover the 360 miles seems about right. Hotels or AB&B, restaurants, cafes etc. No camping.
Experienced fit 81-year-old male seeking companion to cycle Hudson Valley and Erie Canal route. New York City-Albany-Niagara Falls. Approximately 3 weeks in May 2023. Leisurely pace averaging 40 miles per day and staying in small hotels or B&Bs.
Bike tour of Block Island and other Rhode Island locales. Timing flexible (I'm 62, retired economist, male). Or bike tour of Manhattan or 100-mile bike trail on Florida Keys? Or, maybe Pacific Coast? Prefer female biker but has to be platonic/friend only cause I'm married...my wife still teaches full time so she doesn't want to go. Also, will do coast-to-coast fundraiser for Ukrainian if you want to commit three months to that. Other biking ideas?
Fit, 60-year-old woman, in Puget Sound region, looking for biking buddies to explore Western and Eastern Washington, with a bias for as few motorized vehicles as possible. Day rides and weekend getaways. ~40 miles per day, sightseeing pace (i.e. relatively slow). Respond with cycling experience and goals/wishes. Preference for cycling in rural areas, and on recreational trails, the less cars the better.
I'm looking for riding companions for my northbound ride from Los Angeles to San Francisco in mid-May 2023. Looking to take the trip over 12 days with state park camping. If you're interested, send me an email.
Looking for a companion or two to join me on this 470-mile southeast adventure. Have ridden the BRP five times in the past but this will be the first time self-supported and is a "warm-up" for my cross-country Southern Tier ride this fall (see separate ad). Average 60 miles/day with maybe a rest day thrown in. Primarily camping, lodges and maybe a Warmshowers host near Asheville, North Carolina. This is the greatest ride east of the Rockies. Serious inquiries are appreciated. Allez!
I bike over 6,400 miles a year, about a third of it on a tandem. I am seeking a visually impaired person or other handicapped person who would enjoy the opportunity to bike with me as a "stoker" in Tampa Bay area. I have seen this offered in NYC, DC, and Cali, but not in Tampa Bay. Video: https://www.facebook.com/watch/?v=730343804125600. Blind Stokers Club (BSC) enables biking for visually impaired http://blindstokersclub.org. To see samples of rides I do with Tampa Bay Cycling, a Meetup and Facebook group with 3000 cyclists https://meetu.ps/ I am listed as Paul S on those rides. I could bring my tandem to the stoker's choice of our group rides.
Looking for like-minded companion for the Arizona Trail this May 27-June 6. Starting south of Grand Canyon- will probably fly into Flagstaff or Phoenix. Please be strong but humble and not "racing dude" minded. I am an experienced rider but new to desert/sand riding. 53-year-old female with a strong spirit and problem-solving minded. Well-prepared, wilderness first aid skills, outdoor living savvy. Ready to go? Contact using email address below. Kelle
Seeking fellow bicyclists - 4 - 6, men and/or women, who love the desert. Visit Death Valley, Mohave Desert, Joshua Tree, Salton Sea, Anza-Borrega State Park. Leave November 2023. Trip length 14 to 17 days. Camping in parks, wild camping, motels. Communal meals and restaurants. Van support possible (shared cost) to carry gear, food, water. Final itinerary to be determined by road conditions, weather, and Santa Ana winds. Email me for detailed description and pictures. Many years experience, married, male, in good condition.
Seeking fellow bicyclists: 4 to 6, men and/or women, who love the desert. Visit Death Valley, Mohave Desert, Joshua Tree, Salton Sea, Anza-Borrega State Park. Leave November 2023. Trip length 14 to 17 days. Camping in parks, wild camping, motels. Communal meals and restaurants. Van support possible (shared cost) to carry gear, food, water. Final itinerary to be determined by road conditions, weather, and Santa Ana winds. Email me for detailed description and pictures. Many years experience, married, male, in good condition.
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