Explore your parks and public lands by bike on September 28 for Bike Your Park Day. See your public lands at a slower pace and from the saddle of a bicycle. Register by September 22 for a chance to win a bike.
Imagine 1,200 miles of mountain and moonscape formations on a new Yellowstone-Minneapolis route. Or meander down the Atlantic Coast seashore on the Delmarva Route. When you donate today, your donation is doubled by our route trailblazers!
Despite comprising 18% of traffic fatalities, states spend less than 1% of federal safety dollars on improving safety for people who walk and bike. The SAFE Streets Act will dedicate federal dollars to making our roads safer for bicyclists and pedestrians. Please ask your Congress member to support SAFE Streets.
Over 6,100 people rode more than half a million miles during Bike Travel Weekend, May 31 – June 2. That’s more than the distance to the moon and back, and an average of 82 miles per person. Check out more Bike Travel Weekend facts and figures in the report.
Delta Airlines announced that it will now treat bicycles like other checked baggage, without the extra $150 fee. There are still weight and size restrictions, but the new policy will make it easier to bring your bike with you.
The following Bike Shops believe in the Mission of the Adventure Cycling Association and have supported the organization by becoming a member shop. If you are looking for a bike shop in your current location, please give one of our supporting shops a try.
It gives me great satisfaction to report that 2018 was among the most important years in Adventure Cycling’s history, both in terms of accomplishments and transformation. Check out our most recent annual report to see more.
U.S. Bicycle Route 1 provides 199 miles of bike-friendly access to the Georgia coast. The route rolls through the historic streets of Savannah and connects to over 20 communities and several barrier islands. Digital maps are available from our website.
More than 6,000 people went on over 500 trips throughout the world during the fourth annual Bike Travel Weekend, May 31 - June 2. Check out photos from the weekend on the Bike Travel Weekend Facebook page. Save the date for next year’s Bike Travel Weekend, June 5 – 7, 2020.
Bicycle travel is a way for us all to remember that the world is a generous place and that the world is yours to discover and explore. Enjoy our first video in the "Why I Love Bicycling" series.