James Keys, 21, Newburgh, Indiana; Emilytricia Lopez Marchena, 29, Oakland, California; Rachel Pauli, 30, Missoula, Montana; and Corinna Wolmann, 25, Washington D.C., will take Adventure Cycling educational courses, get new gear, and promote bicycle travel to underrepresented communities.
We advocate for safer roads and better bicycle policies and laws across the U.S. Whether it’s rumble strips or safe passing laws, our voices are stronger together. Learn more and how you can take action.
Looking for the latest about the U.S. Bicycle Route System? Our quarterly newsletter keeps you updated about progress across the country, including information from our many partners and ways you can be more involved.
Life membership is a one-time contribution that comes with all the Adventure Cycling membership benefits... for life! Life members also receive a custom embroidered Adventure Cycling jacket. Contributions are used for special projects including work to update our geographic information systems, bringing bike travel into the new decade!
On Thursday, November 14, Kansas DOT unveiled the new signs which will be installed along U.S. Bicycle Routes 66 and 76. This is the culmination of months of work by Adventure Cycling and countless volunteers. The signs will be in the ground in time for next year's riding season.
With the designations of U.S. Bicycle Route 501 in Maine and U.S. Bicycle Route 50 in West Virginia, the U.S. Bicycle Route System now includes 27 states and over 14,000 miles of federally-approved bike travel routes!
14,699 people rode in 1,066 Bike Your Park Day rides in 16 countries, including all 50 U. S. states, on September 28. You rode 732,749 miles for an average of 49.9 miles per person. That's equivalent to more than 29 times around Earth!
Amtrak has added trainside checked bike service to its Pennsylvanian route between New York City, Philadelphia and Pittsburgh. Passengers can check their bikes on the baggage car at seven staffed stations: NY Penn Station, Newark Penn Station, 30th St Station, Harrisburg, Altoona Station, Johnstown Station, Pittsburgh Union Station.