June 23, 2014
After kicking off Adventure Cycling’s June 2014 Member Drive on Friday, we’re rolling right on into the work week with more incentives to become a member.
New members who join Adventure Cycling by Monday, June 30th will receive a free "I am an Adventure Cyclist" neoprene chainstay protector with their membership packet and be entered in a raffle for a Raleigh Sojourn touring bicycle.
Join today, and you will also be entered in a drawing for a Campeur Rear Rack from Velo Orange, a corporate member of Adventure Cycling. Based in Annapolis, Maryland, Velo Orange specializes in elegant bicycles, components, and accessories with an emphasis on a more relaxed and comfortable style of riding.
The Campeur Rear Rack is designed for touring. This is a heavy-duty, stainless steel rack with a wrap-around lower rail that keeps weight low and allows for easy pannier removal, even with the top platform loaded. It is designed to be mounted to canti-brake studs or rack bosses on the seat stay. It fits most bikes with 26", 650b, 700c, and 27" wheels.
By becoming a member of Adventure Cycling Association you will receive a number of great benefits, including an annual subscription to Adventure Cyclist magazine. Published 9 times per year, the award-winning publication features inspiring stories and photography of bicycle travel from across the globe, in-depth bike and equipment reviews, and news from the cycling world.
These offers are for new members only. If you're already a member, please share this inspiration with your friends. No purchase necessary, see join page for full contest details.
Artwork by Rachel Stevens. Photo courtesy of Velo Orange.
The 2014 June Membership Drive runs through 5:30pm MST on Monday, June 30th. Adventure Cycling Association's mission is to inspire and empower people to travel by bicycle. We depend on dedicated cyclists to continue programs such as expanding the Adventure Cycling Route Network, keeping our online resources up to date, maintaining our education and outreach efforts, and building an official U.S. Bicycle Route System.