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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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Looking for potential companions for a future trip to the Indian panhandle. Especially interested in exploring the rugged Tibetan terrain of Arunchal Pradesh, but would also like to see other provinces in this often-overlooked region. Considering starting in Darjeeling with a trek to the third highest mountain in the world. No date set, just seeing if other people are interested. This would be a rugged trip with some big climbs and rough roads, but an unparalleled cultural exchange. Also interested in Manali-Leh area and surrounding roads.
I am an experienced long-distance road cyclist, and I am going to start my retirement with a cross-country trip eastbound on the Western Express at the start of June. I intend to ride 100+ miles per day — on the road at first light — and would like to be pool-side mid-afternoon. I travel light, sleep in hotels, and eat well. I enjoy cycling by myself, but meals are better with company.
60-year-old female starting ~May 22 from Austin, TX. Southern Tier to Mobile, Alabama >> Underground Railroad to Cave-In-Rock, Illinois >> Great Rivers South to Dutzow, Missouri >> Lewis & Clark to Astoria, Oregon >> Pacific Coast to San Diego, California >> Southern Tier back to Yuma. Ballpark ~7,000 miles @ ~53 miles per day. Flexible route / dates, retired veterinarian COVID'd out of overseas (again). Credit card tour, happy to share rooms with M or F, no camping equipment needed. Experienced tourer / cyclist, capable of high mileage /off route to lodging when needed. Joined an East Coast trip via an ad here in 2017, all still friends to this day planning future adventures :)
My wife and I will celebrate our 60th birthdays, my recent retirement, and our 35th wedding anniversary by biking from Seattle, Washington, back home to our farm in Maine on the Northern Tier/Northern Lakes route. We will leave Seattle on May 25. We plan to camp and stay at Warmshowers with an occasional hotel. We are in no rush so plan to average about 300 miles a week -- leaving time to explore the countryside, swim in a river, or take in local sites. Happy to have people join us. If you are interested, let's talk over details.
Hi, I'm a 58-year-old male from Maryland looking to ride the Northern Tier this summer (self-contained) from Bar Harbor, Maine, to Anacortes, Washington. This will be my second cross-USA tour. I plan to average 55-60 miles per day and at night camp, Warmshowers, and some hotel/motel stays along the way. I'm looking for a companion or two to share the fun and expenses. Thank you!
Hi there, I'm a 53-year-old male and have being riding the Southern Tier (generally) eastbound in legs. Did Santa Barbara to Tucson and then did Tucson to Austin. This time I'd like to depart from Austin and possibly finish the route in St. Augustine, Florida (but would consider something shorter). I do a mix of camping/motels and ride with a lot of gear and ride about 60 miles a day around 9 or 10 mph. I don't expect to have to ride together all day but cool to check in a few times a day. Warmly, Hari
Howdy! My name's Andrew and I'm an 18-year-old high school senior wanting to try my hand at bike touring before heading off to college. I love the American West and I want to see more of it, so I am planning on taking Amtrak to Eugene, Oregon, and heading east on the TransAmerica Trail in early to mid-June. You could continue on the trail until the East Coast, but my college is in Colorado so I will be stopping there. I am somewhat new to biking, but I am an avid runner and have completed ultramarathons and an Ironman so I can likely go ~70+ miles a day. However, I am flexible on time/pace and could also go slower to smell the roses if you would like. I am looking for companion(s) for added safety in numbers, so fellow newbies are welcome.
I'm a married, middle-aged, very fit cyclist experienced in self-supported touring. I rode from Astoria to Denver and want to complete my ride across the country starting in late April. I plan to mostly camp but will get a cheap room when needed. I'll ride the TransAm most of the way but plan to visit Nashville to enjoy some good music. I have an innate ability to find fun and have made many friends in my bicycle touring.
I'm taking a cross-country trip this summer to visit a few friends and family members. I'm leaving LA toward the end of June and planning on arriving in the Adirondacks at the end of August. I will be primarily camping, but I'm planning a couple of Airbnbs for RR days and laundry / food prep. If our paths overlap, it'd be cool to be bike buddies for a bit! I will be coming into the Adirondacks via Canada.
Touring newbie here with months to spare. I am a 29-year-old female taking a job hiatus. Looking for 1 or 2 companions preferably female. Planning on a "smell the roses" pace, average 40–50 miles per day. Possibly more as I gain my touring legs. Credit card touring, wanting to stay at motels and dine out/take out with sporadic camping when necessary. I am an experienced backpacker, avid hiker, and a weekend warrior when it it comes to cycling. Looking to start late April/early May 2021. Eastward bound California to New Jersey. Not afraid to pause or start a bit later weather depending.
Hello! I am looking for another female or femme-identifying companion to travel with for a cross-country bike excursion. I am planning on traveling East Coast to West Coast early summer, May or June 2021, via TransAm. I plan on finishing in less than 75 days ... hope to do at least 80–100 miles a day, but I am also very flexible. I am a bicycle mechanic so you would be set on backcountry repairs!
The ride: August 3, 2021, from Cape Flattery, Washington, to Key West, Florida, by mid-September averaging 110 miles a day on my converted E-recumbent. The purpose of the ride is to honor and listen to those affected by Covid and/or mental illness by seeking out overnight accommodations largely through churches (I have done tours this way before). It follows Adventure Cycling routes, and I have ride support lined up for about 1/2 of the trip so far. I am a 64-year-old male looking for ride companion(s) for a day, section, or complete tour. Also seeking a ride support person(s) for some sections. Sectons of the ride are: Cape Flattery, WA, to Lolo, MT; Lolo to Longmont, CO, Longmont to Bismarck, MO, Bismarck to Tallahassee, FL; Tallahassee to Key West, FL.
I am a 70-year-old married male who is an experienced cyclist that has done several cross-country tours. I'm at the planning stage of a tour starting in mid-April that would run from Santa Fe, New Mexico, to St. Augustine, Florida, mostly along the Southern Tier. I say at the planning stages because the trip is pending on me getting the Covid vaccine and the national Covid restrictions easing somewhat in the spring. I did this route in a westward direction in 2014: https://www.crazyguyonabike.com/doc/?o=1mr&doc_id=14026&v=12Y. I would like to average about 70 miles a day using a bikepacking kit, mostly camping out. I don't cook meals, but tend to pick up food, and eat at Subways and such along the way. It would be fun to share all or part of the route.
I am Stuart, traveling with my Jack Russell Terrier, Jackson Hunter. I will be cycling out of south Florida in late January headed up U.S. 1 then northwest by Cape Canaveral, on a Vanell 7-speed mountain trike and a 150 lb. payload of gear — my tech, tools, tarps & backpacking & DIY goodies to support wilderness camping, hiking, and bike touring. Plan on using backroad routes to avoid traffic perils. Counting on Walmart and Amazon Prime locations for additional gear. Camping where I can and Airbnb, etc., as needed. My goal is to explore America the beautiful and expand my conscious presence in this life through nature and find a new place to call home. I would enjoy connecting with like-minded seekers. I'm 63 years old, Experienced, Stoked, Ready.
Hey, I'm Missy. I'm 27. I'm looking for a companion to ride the TransAm east to west May/June 2021. I'm a recently furloughed flight attendant trying to take advantage of my career break. I'm an avid cyclist and have wanted to do this since college, but I am a bit of a touring novice. I love to camp, hike, and bike so I plan to camp and stay at cheap inns. I would like to average around 75 miles a day or more. I am open to male or female partners.
Looking to ride diagonally across the USA, from Bellingham, Washington, to Key West, Florida, starting in June 2021 (flexible on start date), staying in motels/hotels (warmer showers and comfortable beds every night) and eating out (no cooking or camping). Looking to ride 90 to 120 miles depending on motel locations — just looking for some cycling fun. eBikes are welcome
If international travel is safe and unrestricted, I plan to bike with one other person (over 35) in Ireland and Northern Ireland in June and July of 2022. 40-50 miles a day for four weeks. B&B overnights. We'll head up the west coast from Co. Clare into Co. Donegal and the North, then via Belfast and Dublin to Co. Cork by train and back to Clare by bike. Ireland's extensive network of tranquil rural roads, friendly people, lively trad music in the pubs and spectacular scenery make for some of the most enjoyable cycling in Europe. We'll take side trips to the Aran Islands and another offshore island or two, climb challenging Glengesh Pass and Moll's Gap and visit ancient ring forts and regions where Irish is the first language.
Planning to ride the EuroVelo 7 from Copenhagen to Linz and then the EuroVelo 6 from Linz to Budapest with a friend of mine from Wisconsin starting around August 19th, 2021 (COVID permitting). The plan now is to ride the approximately 1,200 miles at a pace that allows for sightseeing in Denmark, Germany, Czechia, Austria, and Hungary (6–8 weeks). Camping and staying in budget accommodations. Both of us are recently retired fit male seniors with experience in long-distance touring. We would welcome the camaraderie and sharing of expenses.
I'm a 62-year-old retired USAF / Civil Engineer planning to ride the GDMBR from Whitefish to Salida starting 1 August 2021. I will not be trying to break any records or race. I have experience in bike touring and backpacking. I rode solo across the country in 2019.
I'm planning on riding the GDMBR in 2021 from either Jasper or Banff to Mexico. North to South. Start late July/early August 2021 and finish by Mid-October 2021. Looking for fellow riders for all or some of the adventure. If we take one day off each week, we would need to average 47 miles per day. I'm not looking to tear it up, but rather survive and enjoy the trip.
This route stretches from Sierra Vista, Arizona, to Eureka, Montana, maps can be found and purchased through Bikepacking Roots. I won't be doing the entire route (unless I just can't resist!), and in fact am considering starting north of Flagstaff around mid-May 2021 and riding north, for a month or possibly longer. I intend to camp most nights, motel or two to rest. My intention is to thoroughly enjoy the ride, with no particular daily goals, and with spontaneous stops at cool places, at a leisurely pace of 20-60 miles/day. I am a Wildlife Biologist, with an unbridled love of this continent and all its amazing beauty and life forms. FUN is the only objective! Oh, and I seem to have deleted 1 response, try again please!
I posted this back in February, and it’s evolved a bit. I’m still looking for riders interested in riding north on the paved Great Divide Road Bike Route BUT prior to starting I will be riding from South Lake Tahoe along the Western Express through Nevada, Utah & Colorado to Poncha Springs. Once at Poncha Springs, I’ll ride north to Montana (probably Glacier National Park) along the paved route described by David Plaskett in his book Great Divide Road Bike Route. I will start the first leg (Western Express) in early May (5/3 - 6) hopefully arriving at Poncha Springs in two weeks (5/15 - 20) and then head north on the paved Great Divide Road Bike Route to Montana (probably Glacier), finishing up late June. I am a 66-year-old experienced rider riding 40–70 miles a day, camping perhaps or Warmshowers and motels along the way. Ride with me for any or all of it — I love meeting new people and making meaningful friendships. I'm relatively flexible on timing and route (I have a Surly Disc Trucker) so reach out if this sounds of interest.
Companions wanted to soak in hot springs, eat huckleberries, and maybe catch a few fish while riding the Idaho Hot Springs MTB route. Plan to ride the basic route (517 miles) in two weeks or less. Alternate singletrack additions dependent on who comes. Start (approximately August 7, 2021) and finish in Ketchum, Idaho. Unsupported unless you bring support. I will be 69 years old. I completed a coast-to-coast, Oregon-to-Maine ride in 50 days with Sundays off in May and June of 2018.
I am planning to ride the GAP and C&O trails starting on August 23 and arriving in DC on August 28. I plan to do an inn-to-inn trip. My dates are not flexible, but other details are open. I am a 70-year-old male in good physical condition. I have 7 years riding experience and have experience with this type of trip.
I'm planning to do a self-supported tour from Boston, Pennsylvania, to DC mid to late August 2021 and looking for any like-minded riders for a little company. The trip should be 6–7 days with taking Amtrak back to Pittsburgh. I would like to camp most nights, but am open to local inns depending on conditions. Anyone interested can email me at firstname.lastname@example.org or or you can reach me on my cell: 412.414.3920. I have been looking forward to this for years and finally getting off the snide. Hope to see you out there! John Lips email@example.com 412.414.3920
Lookin for companions to journey with me across U.S. to San Francisco, California. Start in Wisconsin all the way to Golden Gate Bridge riding 60–80 miles a day. Saturday is day of rest. Stay at campgrounds or motels. Starting end of May 2021. 920-371-1150
Planning a half around Lake Michigan tour, looking for a possible fourth companion, approximately 1,000 miles over about 3 weeks from Ludington, Michigan, over the top (the U.P.), to Manitowoc, Wisconsin, then the ferry across the lake to end the trip. There are three of us, a couple and myself. We are from mid-50s to early 60s and plan on less demanding days, starting from about 35- to 40-mile days building to 60- to 70-mile days, camping, motels, Warmshowers, and if possible couch surfing. Leaving approximately early June for long daylight hours.
Hello, travelers! I'm planning a self-contained trip from Milwaukee to Detroit for summer 2021. I'm not a super seasoned bike tourist, but I'll be training through the winter to hit targets of 40–50 miles/day. I'm 43, a semi-experienced camper, and identify as gay/queer. I'm looking for a travel companion who also identifies as a gay/queer man. I've sketched this trip out as one-way and might take the train back after spending some time with family in the area, but if I can swing the time off then I'd like to consider a return trip that takes us to Campit Resort in Fennville (maybe in time for one of their events). COVID precautions are imperitive.
I'm 61 and new to cycling. Ex-rower. Just completed Cincinnati to Cleveland ride. Average 60-65 miles a day. Hotels and B&Bs for lodging, although I did buy camping gear. Seeking female companion to try other routes like Erie Canal, or C&O towpath into DC.
Mid-60s male looking for companions to ride from Colorado to Illinois. Leaving Boulder or Fort Collins, Colorado, area in mid-July 2021. Heading east on low-traffic paved roads with a goal of meeting up with the not-yet-announced RAGBRAI start point in time for the beginning of that ride on July 25, then riding RAGBRAI across Iowa, followed by riding across Illinois to a finish in the Chicago area. Plan to average steady, not fast, 60-80 miles per day (upper end with tailwinds, lower end with headwinds), with one or two rest days. Mostly camping, but maybe staying in an occasional hotel. Ideal would be to have enough people so that we could get rest by taking turns driving an accompanying car that would carry all the overnight gear.
I'm an experienced senior touring cyclist looking for cyclist(s). We will be riding the Mississippi River Headwaters starting in Davenport, Iowa, heading south along the Mississippi to New Orleans. 1,400 miles self-contained or possibly w/SAG. Staying at hotels, motels, and B&Bs. Restaurants along the way. Start late July, end early September, 2021 ~ 30 to 33 days, using Adventure Cycling maps. Cyclists must have their COVID vaccination. MINIMUM DRAMA REQUIRED.
72-year-old female looking for SAG on my journey from Davenport, Iowa, to New Orleans. Person(s) to be able to do bike repairs and drive their vehicle starting late July and end early September, 2021, ~ 30 to 33 days. Must have reliable cell phone and have COVID vaccination. This is a paid position. Please contact me for further information. Non-smokers only.
*an update to my previous listing* We have a group of about 7/8 people. We will be departing from Yorktown on May 22. We will be mostly camping and using Warmshowers/inexpensive rooms. We are planning to average around 65-75 miles per day. We're welcoming more riders to join us, if you find yourself in need of companions. We're two months out now, so please only serious inquiries. - Missy
Hello, Fellow Bike Tourers: At the end of May, I am going to fly down to Cancun to do a cross-country bike tour of Mexico. First, I am going follow the Gulf Coast westwards. After that, I will be climbing up the mountainside to Mexico City and coasting down on the other side of the plateau to Mazatlan. There, I am going to hop on a ferry, and finally cycle north along the Baja California peninsula to the U.S. border. I am planning on mostly camping out and I am aiming for around 60 miles a day, but occasional hotel days are a possibility. I would love to share my adventures with someone, so if this sounds like a plan, please don't hesitate to contact me.
Wanted: Like-minded cycling companion for retired, slow recumbent triker, hauling small dog, guitar, fiddle, and saxophone. Mostly camping and cooking, 50 miles per day. Starting in Oregon in May. Heading to East Coast, probably Northern Tier, but finding rail trails that are reasonable. Just sort of meandering to see the country.
Starting at Richmond, Virginia, to San Fransisco, April 15 2021, approximately three months. I'm 65 and a good wrench. Will do 10 mph and the proverbial 50 miles a day. You're welcome to call...text or email. Jeff 405-227-8474
Join us for a lovely a 6-day cycling tour from Canadian border to Brunswick, Maine, on the East Coast Greenway. Can be extended to Portland, Maine (7 days), Portsmouth, New Hampshire (8 days), Ipswich, Massachusetts (9 days), or Boston, Massachusetts (10 days). Self-supported, "credit-card" style tour, no camping. Aiming at mid/lower price hotels approx $120-140 per room per night. Ride as group, c 50 miles/day. Mid-July 2021.
F cyclotourist seeks companions for multimodal 6-day cycling tour from Canadian border (Calais) to Damariscotta/Brunswick ME, following East Coast Greenway. c 50 miles/day, c 13mph, stay @ inns. Ride as group. Folding bike best to assure bus transport. Inspired by https://www.themainemag.com/features/2876-trail-rising/: Prelim schedule: (Day 0: Bus Boston-Calais); Day 1 Calais-Machias (47 miles); Day 2 Machias-E. Sullivan (44 mi), Day 3 E. Sullivan-Bucksport (47 mi); Day 4 Bucksport-Rockport (49 mi); Day 5 Rockport-Damariscotta (40 mi); (Day 6 Bus Damariscotta-Boston) OR: end in Brunswick, ME (+30 miles) + Amtrak to Boston (takes reg. bikes by reservation)/ Optional ext to Boston.July (16-23? 23-30?) or Aug(1-7? 4-11?) 2021 to escape heat.
Single 69-years-young M looking for companions to do long weekend tours in New England and the Midwest. I split my time living in Massachusetts and Michigan. I still work full time but have a lot of time for long weekend rides. My idea of great weekend rides is great scenery, maybe some history, great food, micro breweries or wineries for stops. 30- to 60-mile days at 13 to 15mph average depending on hills and wind. Stay in hotels, Airbnb, and maybe some camping. Fun-loving, easygoing, looking for like qualities, M or F or couples welcome.
Local to MA/RI/Southern NH? Multicultural F with lots of touring experience in Europe and New England seeks companions to explore the region off the beaten path, day trips or weekend overnights (hotels). Considering day trips starting in Boston, Davis Square (Somerville), Concord, Fitchburg, Newburyport, Providence, other points on MBTA grid. Average speed 13-14 MPH on flats, much slower on hills. Will observe Covid regulations.
I'm going to be traveling to Seattle in early July and I'm thinking of using that trip as a jumping off point for taking some weeks off to pedal. Either a circle in Washington and/or Oregon, or maybe eastbound Northern Tier or TransAm? Either way, I'd have to get back to Wisconsin before September, whether pedal powered or flying. I'm thinking camping, Warmshowers, and occasional motel if needed. 50+ miles/day a good goal but it just depends, right? I'm open to your suggestions/itinerary. Really just hoping to meet some cool folks to share the mental load.
58-year-old fit woman in Puget Sound region seeks companions with whom to cycle in Washington. Weekends ideal but schedule has some flex. Touring conditions, between 35–50 miles per day at sightseeing speeds (i.e. relatively slow). Preference for cycling in rural areas, and on recreational trails, the less cars the better.
I'm a 56-year-old man, experienced with local tours. I'm retired now and would like to find a like-minded man or men that like to tour local on short trips, while preparing for long-distance touring. An ideal riding partner would be a retired guy with flexible time. I like camping or motels, and will use either when touring. I live in Skagit County, Washington, and would consider developing a riding friendship with anyone within a day's drive. I enjoy both paved and gravel touring. I'm capable of limited singletrack if I need to use it to connect to gravel roads, but I am not a proficient trail mountain biker, so I usually avoid it when I can. I like gravel and standard paved road touring, and love to use rails-to-trails whenever possible.
I'm a retired female, a fit 61, riding regularly in the greater Los Angeles area, inland and along the coast. Looking for riding partners — road, trail, or both. My day rides are usually 20–40 miles depending on terrain and time available. Later this spring/summer, I'd like to start bike touring up/down the coast, 2–5 days to start, mix of motels and camping, 25–50 miles/day, relaxed, take in the scenery along the way vibe. I did Pacific Coast South late 2019 so have good experience and logistics under my belt. Look forward to hearing from you!
I am a 46-year-old man planning on doing a long-distance tour in South America. I would probably start on the Atlantic Coast of Colombia, then head south through Peru, Ecuador, Chile and Argentina, but I am flexible with the exact route. Also, if you would like to do something different, like a cross-continental tour of Asia, say, then I am open to persuasion. I am thinking we would do around 60 miles a day and we would mostly camp out, but we can also in hotels, especially in more built-up areas. I have extensive touring experience: in the summer of 2020, my friend and I did the Northern Tier route across the U.S. I don't mind the heat, but I hate the cold. Please feel free to contact me if any of this sounds good.
I'm a 50s male looking for 2-3 cyclists to bike the Blue Ridge Parkway. I'm taking Amtrak from Atlanta to Charlottesville, visit historic sites for a day in Charlottesville, and then hit the road. I figured it should take 8-9 days to cover the 470 miles at 50+ miles a day. Camping when weather permits, if not I will hit a hotel or two, e.g 95+ degree heat or if it rains all day while riding. Cook meals along the way, but if a restaurant is right off the parkway I would consider.
Hello. I'm Mike. Rode San Diego to El Paso last September to October. Been on a break and will be picking up the ride in El Paso on March 9. I am self-supported, do about half camping and half motels/Warmshowers. Easygoing, not in a hurry, average 50-60 miles a day. Let me know if you are interested in joining me for part or all.
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 my St Pete based club check out Pinellas Pedalers, a Meetup group with 1,049 cyclists. https://www.meetup.com/Pinellas-Pedalers. I am listed as Paul S on those rides. I could bring my tandem to the stoker's choice of our group rides.
Happily married 60-year-old guy looking for other guys to do a 4-day loop April 25-29, 2021, in Southern Utah. Cache water April 24 and stay in Cannonville, Utah, that night. Start ride from Grosvenor Arch early April 25. Right now I'm doing it solo. Mellow pace around 40 miles per day.
Hello, I am looking for someone (any, all, or no genders) who wants to gravel ride and bikepack with me. I'm not looking to shatter any records, I just like being outside and having adventures, but don't want to go alone. I am female, mid-40s and very interested in all the great riding and camping around Arizona and New Mexico.
Hey there, I am a 29-year-old female, looking for another female cyclist who would like to do a 5- to 7-day trip down to Zion National Park from Salt Lake City. I'm thinking of going from motel to motel to avoid packing extra gear but could be convinced of some camping. Each day will be anywhere from 65-100 miles and the total route I have made is about 500 miles and 35K feet of climbing.
I'm an experienced senior touring cyclist looking for 3 more cyclist to fill out our group of 6. We will be riding from the Mississippi Headwaters in Itasca State Park, Minnesota, heading south along the border of 11 states on our way to the Gulf of Mexico. 2,000 miles, self-contained. Planning on camping along with hotels, motels, etc. Restaurants along the way. Start day in early September 2021 providing the virus pandemic doesn't get any worse. Every cyclist must have their COVID vaccination to ride with the group. Face mask required when in close proximity with other cyclists. MINIMUM DRAMA REQUIRED.
73-year-old male looking for SAG wagon on my journey from Payson, Arizona, to Cresco, Iowa. Person to be able to do bike repair, drive my vehicle, cook, set up camp, etc. This is a paid position. Please contact me for further info. Non-smokers only.
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