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We’re giving away 10 of these this year. Here are some drool-worthy shots of the limited-edition Salsa Marrakesh touring bike that could be yours ...
The kids are alright. They’re riding the TransAmerica Bicycle Trail.
Tom Edgerton will be among the attendees of the Montana Bicycle Celebration, July 15–17. Here, Tom remembers the joys and challenges of being a Bikecentennial Trailhead Coordinator.
On his fully loaded touring bike, Adam Kanczula tackled the challenging terrain of the Tour de France. Read about his adventure here ...
And thanks to your generosity, we’re building the U.S. Bicycle Route System, mile by mile.
Emma, other Adventure Cycling staff members, and friends embark on a bike overnight to celebrate National Bike Travel Weekend.
And congratulations to Kenny Williams, the winner of the Salsa Marrakesh touring bicycle!
Hey you kids! Forget the tie. Bike Dads are thinking this ...
You don’t have to bike tour very long before you have a “pinch me” moment — a moment when your senses are so overwhelmed by beauty, it just might be a dream.
Itching for inspiration? We have five free items to help turn your bike travel dreams into realities. Request information from Adventure Cycling, and we’ll pack it up and have it sent to your door.
The Western New England Greenway is newly designated as U.S. Bicycle Route 7 and connects 380 miles through Connecticut, Massachusetts and Vermont. Terry Burke shares highlights from an eight-day tour along this route.
Andy Elliott was 16 when he did Bikecentennial in 1976. One of the highlights was seeing a high school classmate in a café in Kansas who was riding the TransAmerica Trail in the opposite direction.
I’ve managed to accumulate quite a few GPS bike computers and watches over the years, and lately I’ve been really excited about the this one ...
Cycling the American West as a solo, female cyclist is too dangerous? No, it is definitely not!
I recently sat down with Adventure Cycling’s GIS Specialist/Cartographer Melissa Moser to chat about the project that has been occupying the cartography department for the past three years: the creation of a versatile digital products for the Adventure Cycling Route Network. Last week, enhanced digital data was released for sale for the TransAmerica Bicycle Trail.
Thousands of people all over the country — and even the world — are going on a bike overnight during National Bike Travel Weekend, June 3–5. Here are four easy ways to inspire others during National Bike Travel Weekend.
Tripsite.com offers a $1000 match challenge in Adventure Cycling's Build it. Bike it. Be a part of it. campaign to grow the U.S. Bicycle Route System (USBRS). Donate today to have your donation matched by Tripsite.com
Every spring and fall the U.S. Bicycle Route System grows a little bit bigger when new routes, and often new states, are added. Read about the updates here and find out why we're celebrating.
It was during one of the “slow go” sections that something large flew out in front of Kat. It had a wide body, and its wing flaps were silent ...
Cascade Bicycle Club believes in the mission of the U.S. Bicycle Route System (USBRS), and they’ve decided to sponsor a $1,000 match challenge.
Many people think Indiana is just one big, flat cornfield, but there are many interesting places to ride, especially in southern Indiana.
Exodus Travels has seen the great success of the Build It. Bike It. Be a Part of It. campaign and the growth of the U.S. Bicycle Route System (USBRS) and is sponsoring a $1,000 match challenge. Read all about Exodus Travels’ extensive offerings here ...
Celebrate USBRS 7 with Adventure Cycling!
Last week I attended Adventure Cycling’s Leadership Training Course. Here's how it went. And I can’t wait to get back there for my Crater Lake inn-to-inn tour later this summer!
One of the highlights of the Montana Bicycle Celebration will be free, supported bike rides on the Bitterroot Trail on Saturday, July 16. The Bitterroot Trail bike rides will range from 10 to 100 miles, making the event inclusive to people of all ages and experience levels. Plus, there’s so much more going on July 15–17 ...