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Check out the new Bike Travel Weekend and Bike Your Park Day merchandise. And don't forget: Registering for these events is free and helps us spread the joy of bike travel.
Deltrece Daniels celebrated her way. On her 40th birthday, she volunteered for Bike Your Park Day and rode with friends old and new. Read more, get inspired, and start thinking about your way to ride two big events in 2018: Bike Travel Weekend and Bike Your Park Day.
Bike Travel Weekend, June 1–3, is the perfect time to try a one- to two-night bike trip. Follow these six steps to your first Bike Travel Weekend trip.
Share your bike travel knowledge with others by volunteering to be a Bike Travel Weekend and Bike Your Park Day Advisor and/or Influencer. Take two minutes to fill out the volunteer interest form. You’ll feel good about helping others discover the joy of bicycle travel, and you’ll get to be part of something big.
Meet the winners of Adventure Cycling’s Bike Travel Weekend and Bike Your Park Day sweepstakes prizes.
After a successful 2017 Bike Travel Weekend, facts and figures are a fun way to break it down.
What did you do for Bike Travel Weekend? We want to hear about it and see your photos. Please submit your photos, keep posting them on social media with #biketravelweekend, and give us your feedback and stories by taking this online survey.
Did you know that registering for Bike Travel Weekend is free AND when you sign up by May 22, you’re entered to win an Advocate Cycles bikepacking bike and an Amtrak trip to Glacier National Park for two, with bikes?
Bike Travel Weekend and National Trails Day are on the same weekend, and now a new partnership between Adventure Cycling Association and the American Hiking Society makes it easier than ever to be part of both events.
In 2016 Adventure Cycling’s inaugural Bike Travel Weekend mobilized more than 11,900 participants in all 50 states and over a dozen countries. We’re getting people on bikes, and this year, June 2–4, Bike Travel Weekend will be even bigger ... and you can help!
Don’t disappoint your bike. Registration for the second annual Bike Travel Weekend, June 2–4 is free and easy. Plus, you could win stuff, including a new bike from Advocate Cycles and a trip to Glacier Park (with bikes on Amtrak), but don’t tell your bike.
Apply to be a Bike Travel Weekend and/or Bike Your Park Day Advisor and/or Influencer today by taking two minutes to fill out a simple form. Feel the rewards of forming connections between bike travelers from all over the world and encouraging people who are new to bike travel.
Bike Travel Weekend, June 2–4, 2017, is almost here. #BikeTravelWeekend
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!
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.
More than 10,000 people on over 800 unique trips throughout the world will go on bike overnights on the same weekend — National Bike Travel Weekend, June 3–5. It’s not too late to be part of the biggest bike travel weekend. Here’s how.
Did you know registering for National Bike Travel Weekend is free AND when you sign up, you’re entered to win an Adventure Cycling 40th anniversary Salsa Marrakesh touring bicycle?
Here are six ways to pull your friends into the bike travel movement with National Bike Travel Weekend, June 3–5, and Bike Your Park Day on September 24. Celebrate Adventure Cycling’s 40th and help build the momentum of the biggest year of bike travel since 1976!
“Pedal to the Kettle?” “Spelunkin' Dunkin'?” What's with these funny bike trip names all across the country? Explore the interactive map of bike overnights, get inspired to plan your own bike overnight, and come up with your own unique name. Anyone for “Jamming Over Jack Pass?”