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Introducing Advocate Cycle’s Seldom Seen bikepacking bike and Sand County road-touring bike. These steel frame bikes are limited editions and you can’t get them anywhere else.
The International Mountain Bicycling Association (IMBA) and the National Park Service are “unpaving” a way forward for increased off-road bicycle access to enjoy our public lands. Consider these seven national park rides for your Bike Your Park Day ride, September 24.
You've spent months dreaming and planning your bike journey, poured over maps, shopped for gear, trained, found a housesitter. Now it's time to pack it all up.
We are excited to announce the release of enhanced digital data for two Adventure Cycling routes: Pacific Coast and Western Express!
This post spotlights another great Adventure Cycling corporate member, Bici Amore Mio.
Families will love Bike Your Park Day on September 24. Let your kids enhance your Bike Your Park Day experience.
If Kurt “Tarzan” Searvogel can ride 76,076 miles in a year, then you’d think riding at least once each week could be an attainable goal. Josh does this with help from his “seasonal template.” Let him explain.
Guest blogger Robert Downes submitted a great one. Here it is: There's Tinkerbell, a 300-pound biker, and a refreshing outlook that traveling cyclists tend to acquire.
Help make history by supporting the TransAmerica Bicycle Trail! We’re working toward getting all 4,228 miles designated and signed as a U.S. Bicycle Route.
Adventure Cycling Tours Specialist Emma traveled to Oregon to ride her bike!
Explore your parks and public lands by bicycle on September 24 AND get entered in a random drawing to win an Adventure Cycling 40th anniversary branded Salsa Marrakesh touring bicycle.
A tiny fraction of us will ever be President, or Nobel Laureate, or an Olympic athlete ... but everyone can be an inspiration.
Guest blogger Todd Essig, cyclist and psychologist, learned a few things during the week-long 2015 Cycle Adirondacks and kindly shares them here. Read ...
After a big celebration of Adventure Cycling’s birthday last July, we’re gearing up for Bike Your Park Day on September 24 — celebrating our public lands and the 100-year milestone of our national parks. Join over 6,000 people in all 50 states, Washington D.C. and several countries to explore your nearby parks and public lands by bicycle, all on the same day.
Our public lands are a special place, and even more special when explored by bike. If you're planning on riding your parks this season, here are some tips to help you prepare for your adventure.
One day. Two wheels. 8,500 parks. Celebrate Bike Your Park Day on Sept. 24, 2016.
The TransAm Bicycle Trail is a good route. With your help, we can make it into a great route!
“The foolish man built his house upon the sand.” What about a tent?
In April 2016, Jenn Milyko, Adventure Cycling’s assistant routes & mapping director, traveled to New Mexico to promote the U.S. Bicycle Route System.
Without the support of the Montana Bicycle Celebration’s sponsors, volunteers, and participants, the weekend would not have been such a resounding success.
Wondering how to bring your bike on board Amtrak? Want to know where to find information and what to expect? This post will help.
Adventure Cycling’s Events and Outreach Coordinator, Eva Dunn-Froebig, recently wrapped up organizing our 40th anniversary party, the Montana Bicycle Celebration in Missoula, and with the dust settling, remembered ... “Hey, I’m turning 40 too!”
When social media gets social and that one time I went bikepacking in Canada with the Internet.
More often than not, your day’s ride is obscured — by trees, mountains, or bends in a twisty road. The only way to get the grand perspective is by staring at a map. But every once in awhile you get to a vantage point where an entire day’s ride is laid out in front of you.