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, Bike Bits. This archive also features free clip-art. Search the archives by Category, Author, and Year, or search by Keyword.

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21. Cyclesense by Nick Legan

Cyclesense | Feb 2016

'Gentling' Your Bike

22. Connecting by Jim Sayer

Letter from the Director | Feb 2016

Meeting our members where you are

23. Donor Profile: Kathy Schubert by April Cypher

Life Member Profile | Feb 2016

Chicago cyclist has dog, will travel

24. A Reason to Ride by Dan D'Ambrosio

Profile | Feb 2016

New York’s Empire State Ride offers stunning scenery and a chance to help the fight against cancer.

25. Bike Bits Vol. 18, No.2, January 20, 2016 by Michael McCoy

Bike Bits | Jan, 20, 2016

Bike Bits is Adventure Cycling's biweekly bicycle bulletin in text-only format for quick downloads and includes links for more information. We want to inspire you to dream, and to live your own bicycle adventures.

26. Bike Bits Vol. 18, No.1, January 6, 2016 by Michael McCoy

Bike Bits | Jan, 06, 2016

Bike Bits is Adventure Cycling's biweekly bicycle bulletin in text-only format for quick downloads and includes links for more information. We want to inspire you to dream, and to live your own bicycle adventures.

27. Bike Bits Vol. 17, No. 24, December 16, 2015 by Michael McCoy

Bike Bits | Dec, 16, 2015

Bike Bits is Adventure Cycling's biweekly bicycle bulletin in text-only format for quick downloads and includes links for more information. We want to inspire you to dream, and to live your own bicycle adventures.

28. Bike Bits Vol. 17, No. 23, December 2, 2015 by Michael McCoy

Bike Bits | Dec, 02, 2015

Bike Bits is Adventure Cycling's biweekly bicycle bulletin in text-only format for quick downloads and includes links for more information. We want to inspire you to dream, and to live your own bicycle adventures.

29. From the Saddle to Sin City by Alex Strickland

Letter from the Editor | Dec 2015

How do you leave a bike tour for a tradeshow? With great difficulty.

30. The challenge of the C&O by Dan D'Ambrosio

Profile | Dec 2015

Congress has consistently cut funding for the National Park Service, leaving C&O Canal National Historic Park struggling to maintain a viable trail.