In an effort to further Adventure Cycling's mission to inspire and empower people to travel by bicycle, we would like to offer you a few incentives to tour with us this year!*^ Our complete tours schedule is now available.
If you take an Introduction to Road Touring or Introduction to Gravel Touring & Bikepacking course this year, you will receive a $100 credit toward an additional later tour in the same calendar year. Just add the code LEARN21 to the notes field of your additional tour registration.
If you’ve toured with Adventure Cycling in the past, bring a friend on your Adventure Cycling tour who has not traveled with us and you’ll receive a $100 credit toward the cost of your tour for each person that you bring. Enjoy the savings for yourself or share it with your friends!**
Do you have a group of friends or are part of a bike club that love to ride together? If so, round everyone up and join one of our Fully-Supported or Family Adventure tours. We're offering 15% off the tour fee*** for each person in a group of 5 or more.
Create a group name, then you and your friends register for the tour, simply have everyone put the group name in for the Group Code on the registration form. We’ll take care of the rest. The discount will be applied to each group member’s account as a refund on their credit card or via check, 20-30 days before the tour departure date.
Is your bike club a member club with Adventure Cycling? If so, grab your club mates and start planning your dream tour! We're offering 15% off the tour fee for each person in a group of 5 or more on our Fully-Supported or Family Adventure tours. Learn more & get started now.
Not a member club? Join today to take advantage of this offer.
*Tour incentives are limited to one incentive per Adventure Cycling member per tour.
**Immediate family members are excluded and not-applicable to Family Adventure tours.
***Tour fee is the tour cost less any applied coupons or discounts.
^Tour incentives and discounts are not available for Bike Travel Weekend events.
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