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Today, Stanley, Idaho is matching your donation, dollar for dollar. Donate today to the U.S. Bicycle Route Campaign!
Did you know that registering for Bike Travel Weekend is free AND when you sign up by May 22, you’re entered to win an Advocate Cycles bikepacking bike and an Amtrak trip to Glacier National Park for two, with bikes?
Minnesota’s newly designated USBR 41, also called the North Star Route, runs 315 miles from Saint Paul to Canada, including a long stretch along the shore of Lake Superior. Be sure to check out the many attractions listed here.
Interested in touring Europe by bicycle? Let BikeTours.com help. They’ve developed unique relationships with locals in the areas that interest you. And today, BikeTours.com is matching your donation to the United States Bicycle Route Campaign 3 to 1! You're donation goes 3x further!
For his 40th birthday, David did his first self-contained cycling trip, riding 355 miles in five days.
Life Membership gives you a lifetime of benefits and provides Adventure Cycling with the financial support to maintain a strong organization.
I don’t think I’ve ever spent a summer in a better spot than Montana. Bagging peaks, floating the river, picking huckleberries, and of course, cycling ... if this sounds like your idea of fun, Cycle Montana - Missoula is for you! More interested in dirt riding? Then join us on Cycle the Divide - Montana.
Shopping at Adventure Cycling’s Cyclosource store ensures your money is being put back into the bicycling advocacy projects you care about.
There are many reasons why designating U.S. Bicycle Routes is good for your community and state. Here are the top 10 ways that the U.S. Bicycle Route System (USBRS) benefits everyone in America.
When you travel by bike, be sure to feed the butterflies ... let Willie Weir explain.
Kristina shares many helpful tips from her travel through Norway’s northern region from Tromso to the end of Lofoten archipelago.
This post spotlights another great Adventure Cycling corporate member, Altor Locks, and its secure and lightweight bike locks.
Bike Travel Weekend and National Trails Day are on the same weekend, and now a new partnership between Adventure Cycling Association and the American Hiking Society makes it easier than ever to be part of both events.
On August 21, 2017, a total solar eclipse will cross the U.S. Where will you be? If you’re traveling one of Adventure Cycling’s routes, you should check this guide for tips on how to best prepare.
I recently crisscrossed Mississippi on a 200-mile, four-day ride, celebrating Mississippi’s 200th anniversary, and you can do this ride too.
There are many benefits of being an Adventure Cycling member, but maybe none as great as getting 30% off Adventure Cycling maps.
Adventure Cycling will be closed on Monday, April 17, to celebrate our very own holiday, Thomas Stevens Day.
Miles pedaled. Passes climbed. Headwinds. Tailwinds. Beauty. Cold. Heat. Accomplishment ...
All memorable sure, but what REALLY stands out?
How South American dogs became such a significant part of Cameron’s bicycle adventure.
Meet Fran Stagg. She wants to make cycling dreams come true.
I hope you check out our most recent issue of Adventure Cyclist magazine, April 2017, featuring the annual Cyclists’ Travel Guide with its touring bike buyer’s guide, frame material talk, road tests, gear suggestions, and more.
Though rusted and unridable, it was love at first sight for Mike and this 1967 Legnano bicycle — and with a summer break on his hands and adventure on his brain, this university student had an idea: ride it to Berlin.
Share the inspiration of bicycle travel by sending a friend a free issue of Adventure Cyclist magazine. Plus, you’ll be entered to win a new bike from Advocate Cycles.
The Montana Senate has passed an amendment to create an anti-tourism bicycle tax, which would charge all out-of-state bicyclists who visit Montana $25. We need you to contact Montana House members TODAY to stop this bicycle tax from becoming law.