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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31. Know Your Sh*t by Meg Fisher

Good Fit | May 2023

We’ve all got shit to deal with. Often, we go out on our bikes to deal with our proverbial shit. I’m a huge proponent of using our bikes to help us sort shit out. All that said, I’d like to talk about poop. Yep, good old-fashioned stool, bowel movements, etc. You name it.

32. Tom Kha Soup by Chef Corso

Camp Kitchen | May 2023

Ever since I was young, I’ve always been curious about food. I never really liked or understood the idea of sugary cereal as a breakfast food. I didn’t eat pizza for a number of years, and I would seek out a Caesar salad at the mall food court at age 10.

33. Waypoints by Dan Meyer

Waypoints | May 2023

Closing the Loop; Oregon State Parks Add New Hiker-Biker Sites; Be Well, Get Dusty; Speaking Up for Bike Travelers

34. Feed the Beast by Carolyne Whelan

Letter from the Editor | May 2023

Our first night on the Great Divide Mountain Bike Route, we all felt timid. We were camping in a new region (outside Banff), off a trail where we didn’t quite know the rules besides how to be Bear Aware.

35. USBRS by Jennifer Hamelman

Workbench + Parts Bin | May 2023

A project of patience and persistence, the U.S. Bicycle Route System (USBRS) enjoyed steady growth over the last three years. These results reflect many years of groundwork by Adventure Cycling staff past and present.

36. Sierra Cascades/SR 89 by Ren Parker

Workbench + Parts Bin | Mar 2023

Adventure Cycling’s Advocacy Department has been working on an issue on our Sierra Cascades route between McCloud and Truckee on SR 89, east of Redding, California, for over a decade.

37. Beef Mango Fried Rice by Chef Corso

Camp Kitchen | Mar 2023

Easy, doable recipes designed to be made with food found at everyday bike tour stops (local grocers and gas stations) and made with basic camp cookware

38. Bikesnacking by Gage Poore and Ally Mabry

Open Road Gallery | Mar 2023

Following the Great Resignation, in which three of four self-described misfits quit their jobs, the group flew from their homes in Washington, Utah, and Colorado to Canada to begin their journey with little planning apart from a brief read through of a bikepacking webpage.

39. Geared Up by Staff

Geared Up/Gear Guides | Mar 2023

Hikers Brew Coffee; Park Tool Magnetic Parts Bowl; PDW Lucky Cat Cage; Shimano RX8R Gravel Shoes; Rapha Lightweight Trail Pants; CamelBak Kid's Mini M.U.L.E. Hydration Pack; Red Shift Kitchen Sink Loop Handlebar; Scrubba Wash Bag

40. My First Bike Camping Adventure by Taneika Duhaney

Saddle Up | Mar 2023

Growing up in New York City, I saw the bike as a means to an end.