Build the USBRS with Osprey Packs

May 19, 2017

Osprey Packs has seen the great success of the U.S. Bicycle Route System (USBRS) and is sponsoring a second $1,000 match challenge during this campaign to keep the momentum going. Donate today to have your contribution matched, again, by Osprey Packs

The high quality and feature-rich nature of Osprey Packs have made them a favorite choice of bicycle travelers around the world and a top recommendation by Adventure Cycling tour leaders and staff. 

Osprey packs are thoughtfully engineered with the cyclist in mind, evident in features such as helmet and blinker light attachments and tool rolls for easy access during on-the-ride repairs. 

Along with making top-notch packs, Osprey supports cycling through their contributions to the U.S. Bicycle Route System. When you donate to the USBRS campaign today, Osprey will match your donation up to $1,000 for a second time during this important campaign!

After you've donated to the USBRS campaign, head on over to the Osprey blog for inspiring trips such as these 10 must-ride mountain bike routes, and these destinations in North America. Get tips and tricks for flying the friendly skies on your next bike trip, and just for fun, impress your friends with your sweet manual skills, courtesy of Osprey Packs.

Photos courtesy of Alison Gannett | Social media images by Dan Holz and Louis Arevalo


Join us in building the largest cycling route network in the world!
The U.S. Bicycle Route System (USBRS) is a developing national network of signed and numbered bicycle routes that link together cities, suburbs, rural communities, and public lands so that anyone, no matter who or where they are, can get to their destination by bicycle. To date, over 11,000 miles of U.S. Bicycle Routes have been officially designated in 25 states, and nearly 4,000 miles have been signed. When complete, the USBRS will encompass more than 50,000 miles and open new opportunities for cross-country travel, regional bicycle touring, and commuting by bike.
Thank you to all of the generous supporters of the U.S. Bicycle Route System campaign! 


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