Publications Archive

Our publications archive includes: feature articles, technical how-tos, and columns from past issues of Adventure Cyclist magazine, and our twice-monthly e-newsletter. This archive also features free clip-art. Search the archives by Category, Author, and Year, or search by Keyword.

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1. The Welcome Wagon by Scott Pankratz

Letter from the Director | Apr 2021

The world awaits you at Adventure Cycling

2. Highs & Lows by Scott Pankratz

Letter from the Director | Feb 2021

Honoring Mike with bike travel's bright future

3. Age of Aquarius by Dan Meyer

Features | Feb 2021

Experiencing the more luxurious side of bikepacking on a hut trip in southern Utah.

4. Down But Not Out by Alex Strickland

Features | Feb 2021

The global pandemic dealt tour operators and multiday events a once-in-a-lifetime headwind — and the only way forward is to keep pedaling.

5. Crystal Ball by Alex Strickland

Letter from the Editor | Feb 2021

Back to the before times, or something better?

6. Keep Rolling by Sue Carrel

The Final Mile | Feb 2021

Leading tours together brought joy for Sue Carrel and Leo Gorenstein but couldn’t prepare them for a grim diagnosis.

7. Geared Up by Staff

Geared Up/Gear Guides | Feb 2021

Specialized Women’s Prime-Series Thermal Jersey; Kakookies Snack Cookies; Bivo One Stainless Steel Bottle; 7Mesh Thunder Pant

8. Life Member Kelly Hannegan by Kate Whittle

Life Member Profile | Feb 2021

Bicycle touring makes the ideal retirement plan

9. Great Friends, Great Parks by Gage Poore and Maxton Caplanides

Open Road Gallery | Feb 2021

Kyle Simpson and Tyler Madell visited Adventure Cycling headquarters on August 22, 2019, having just finished a tour of Adventure Cycling’s Great Parks North route from Jasper, Alberta, to Missoula, Montana.

10. New Albion Privateer by Patrick O'Grady

Road Test | Feb 2021

An all-rounder capable of medium-duty touring, commuting, and just plain rolling around to no particular purpose