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2019 winner of the Greg Siple Award for Young Adult Bicycle Travel, Mary McGowan, taught  bikepacking skills to high school students. 
Mar 30, 2020
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Cyclist fatalities are on the rise while motorist fatalities are decreasing. So what are we doing about it? Here are three ways Adventure Cycling is advocating for safer roads for bike travel.
Advocating for better bike travel conditions won't work without you! Taking action is one way your voice can make a difference, whether it's commenting on a park plan or contacting your political representative. Here are five simple tips that will ...
Rumble strips have been a growing problem for bicyclists over the last decade. But a new state ranking and best practices guide will set bicycle safety standards that we can use to advocate transportation decision makers.   
Jan 22, 2020
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Mike Lessard, Adventure Cycling's Tours Director, toured through Death Valley last year with one of our Guided Tours. While he lives and grew up in the mountains, this desert area is now one of his favorite places to tour.
Jan 2, 2020
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2018 Greg Siple Award winner Rachel Horn inspired women/trans/femme people to travel by bike this fall at Bike!Bike! The conference gathers do-it-yourself cooperatives from around the world to align on empowering the world on two wheels.
Dec 16, 2019
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Winner of the Greg Siple Award for Young Adult Bicycle Travel Thea Garrett got youth on bikes in Arctic Kotzebue, Alaska.
Nov 22, 2019
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After winning the Greg Siple Award for Young Adult Bicycle Travel, Briana Cohen, 23, of Austin, Texas gave over 70 people, including those who can't see, the gift of bicycle travel.
Oct 14, 2019
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Pam Murray of Charlotte, North Carolina won an Amtrak train trip with roomette and bike fees for two to Glacier National Park—just for registering for Bike Your Park Day in 2018. The Amtrak trip was part of the Bike Travel Weekend and Bike Your ...
Oct 2, 2019
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The story of our safety work in Kansas starts in a dark place, but some of the most important work can also be the hardest.