Congratulations, winners of the Greg Siple Award for Young Adult Bicycle Travel! Intro to Road Touring recipients: Briana Cohen, 23 Austin, TX, and Suraj Kushwaha, 22, Princeton, NJ. Outdoor Leadership winners: Ana Fajardo, 25, Gainesville, FL, and Mary McGowan, 29, Greenville, SC.
Adventure Cycling Association recently completed its five-year strategic plan, and we want your feedback on how we can build a Bike Travel Experience program and grow the bike travel community. Please fill out this short survey.
Free your daily stresses by exploring parks and public lands by bicycle with thousands of others throughout the world on the same day, Bike Your Park Day on September 28. Everyone who registers will be entered to win a bike and will get a sticker in the mail.
A new five year strategic plan was adopted to steer the organization from 2018 to 2023. This includes a major shift in emphasis that transforms Adventure Cycling from being America’s bicycle travel experts to catalyzing and supporting an expansive and interactive bicycle travel community in North America. Learn More.
Self-contained camping tours have been an Adventure Cycling tradition for 40 years. Relying on your own power, cooking your own meals, and carrying your “home” with you — it’s a sense of freedom that must be experienced to be understood.
Adventure Cycling received 108 applications for the Greg Siple Award for Young Adult Bicycle Travel from many talented 18 - 30-year-olds. The selection committee is reviewing applications and will contact finalists by February 8. The four winners will be announced by March 1.
Thanks to a grant from Travel Oregon, a partnership with Lane Council of Governments, and numerous supporters across the state, we’ve started the process to officially designate U.S. Bicycle Route 76 in Oregon!
Arkansas and Tennessee state park systems adopted no-turn-away bike camping policies last year, joining seven other states to ensure bike travelers will have a place to camp regardless of whether a campground is full.
Bring your bike with you on Amtrak! Last summer, two routes out of Chicago expanded carry-on bicycle service - the Wolverine (to Pontiac, MI) and Hoosier State (to Indianapolis, IN). These routes now accept up to four bikes for a $10 additional charge.
The Spring Cyclosource catalog is out. You'll find new gear from ArroWhere, SKS and more for your next adventure. Shop now at the Cyclosource online store.