Thank you for being part of an amazing weekend of bike travel! Bike Travel Weekend included over 700 trips with more than 5,600 participants in 50 U. S. states, 6 Canadian provinces, and 11 countries! It was a success because of YOU. We also want to give a shout-out to the Bike Travel Weekend volunteers who offered guidance to participants and helped promote Bike Travel Weekend.
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Save the date for next year’s adventure!! We are already looking ahead to June 3 – 5, 2022 for the next Bike Travel Weekend!
This is a fully-loaded shake-down trip in preparation for a pair of month-long point-to-point trips later this summer with friends from my 2018 Trans-Am trip with ACA. (I wish Wally W. could ride these with us!) My route will take me on familiar paved roads, which range from flat to moderately hilly, to my weekend get-away cabin a few miles from the town of Hiddenite, NC, which is known as a source of world class emeralds. I plan to camp on the family property. On Saturday I will load up my bike and take a loop route that crosses Brushy Mountain twice, giving me practice on longer and steeper climbs. After a second night camping outside the cabin, I plan to ride back home to a well earned rest. This will be a challenging trip: 200 miles with about 10,000 feet of elevation gain on a loaded bike weighing about 90 pounds. I also expect to be joined on this trip by frequent companions, Heat and Humidity. I just hope that Headwind stays home in bed!