Have fun clicking on the icons on the map below (or the state-alphabetized list) for detailed descriptions of two types of do-it-yourself bike overnight trips: Public and Not Public. The organizers of Public bike overnights invite you to contact them by email, discuss the trip, and perhaps join their adventure. Organizers of Not Public trips are just as friendly, but for various reasons are not currently seeking participants from the general public. They've listed their bike overnights so that you can get some ideas, inspiration, and perhaps organize your own trip for this very special weekend.
73 registered Bike Travel Weekend trips with 1,587 participants.
Register your Bike Travel Weekend trip here!
APPLY TODAY! Whether you are new to bicycle travel or looking to build your outdoor leadership skills, @adventurecycling ‘s Young Adult Scholarship program is here to help get you in the saddle and out on the road by providing resources and support adults ages 18 to 30. Find out more on our website: http://ow.ly/8KYj3059sFi Photo @saarasnow #adventurecycling #jumpstartbiketravel (at Adventure Cycling Association)
Bike Your Park tomorrow (Saturday, September 24! You can go anywhere- a national park, state park, forest, recreation area, national monument. It’s your ride. BikeYourParkDay.org
Photo by Roger DiBrito