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Whether you are a seasoned cyclist or new to bike travel, Oregon is a great place to go on a bike tour!
I recently had a chat with Nathan Taylor, Cartographer and Senior GIS Specialist in the Routes & Mapping department, about Adventure Cycling’s newest route, the Chicago to New York City Bicycle Route.
Adventure Cycling’s online Cyclosource store has plenty of bike-travel gear to offer. Plus, our store is staffed by cyclists with cross-country experience, and profits go back into our mission to inspire and empower people to travel by bike.
Congratulations! Four lucky winners will soon be holding map sets for our new route, Chicago to New York City Bicycle Route (CNYC), a rural route that visits the big cities.
With so many ways to carry bike-travel gear, you may be wondering what to do. Josh Tack lays out the many options.
Today, Irvine, California is matching your donation, dollar for dollar. Donate today to the U.S. Bicycle Route System!
Catch the Ciclismo Classico Bike Travel Film Festival in Arlington and Northampton, Massachusetts, as well as Danbury, Connecticut. Proceeds benefit Adventure Cycling and the Massachusetts Bicycle Coalition.
Guest blogger, Charlie Otto asks, "What if there was an interactive, digital map of every bicycle route that has ever been established and you could use the route data on your phone or digital device?" Learn all about using OpenCycleMap's downloadable data and start exploring U.S. Bicycle Routes.
Willie loves paper maps. One of the maps in his collection evokes fond memories ... a little piece of art.
Wondering about tubeless tire technology for touring? Today, Stan’s No Tubes is matching your U.S. Bicycle Route System campaign donation and providing information about how their products could save you headaches and make your ride more comfortable and efficient.
Today, Exodus Travels will match your donation, dollar for dollar. Donate to our campaign for the the U.S. Bicycle Route System and double the money!
If you’re looking to build bicycle tourism in your community, check out these new bicycle tourism resources to help get you started.
A new route, a new way to cross the country, and a map giveaway!
For a second time during this campaign, Osprey Packs is offering a $1000 match challenge. Donate today to the U.S. Bicycle Route System and let Osprey Packs make your donation go even further.
Sooner or later, cyclists will have to deal with a chasing dog. Guest blogger Patrick Tuttle settled on something that works.
Adventure Cycling’s latest long-distance route, Chicago to New York City, connects with Bicycle Route 66 for a slam dunk, cross-country tour through big cities on rural roads and miles and miles of trails.
Tripsite.com has generously offered a $1000 match challenge to our campaign to build the U.S.Bicycle Route System (USBRS)! Donate today to have your donation matched by Tripsite.com. PLUS, Tripsite.com is pledging $40 to the campaign for every booking from USBRS supporters! Check the blog to find out more!
Planning is half the adventure! Where will you go?
Pennsylvania will soon designate 163 miles of U.S. Bicycle Route 50 and what a route! Here are five excellent reasons to ride USBR 50 in Pennsylvania.
Gravel adventures in the spring always sound like a great idea, right up until you roll back home and realize what a mess you’ve made. Adventure Cycling’s Josh Tack has something to help clean things up.
I took one more look at this huge spider as I left the room. It freaked me out.
The U.S. Bicycle Route System is an amazing 50,000 mile project, but don't take our word for it. Listen to these cyclists from around the country about why they support building the U.S. Bicycle Route System.