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Over 9,000 people explored parks and public lands by bicycle on September 30 for Bike Your Park Day. Thanks to everyone who participated and shared their story from coast to coast and around the world. Save the date for Bike Your Park Day in 2018 on September 29.
Meet the winners of Adventure Cycling’s Bike Travel Weekend and Bike Your Park Day sweepstakes prizes.
Over 9,000 people participated in more than 1,100 rides during the second annual Bike Your Park Day on September 30. One of those stand-out rides was led by Ridgeland, Mississippi Mayor Gene McGee on the historic Natchez Trace Parkway with almost 100 cyclists in tow.
Adventure Cycling Association is calling on businesses and community groups to use Bike Your Park Day and its free promotional resources to build your customer, member and supporter base. Here’s how you can use Bike Your Park Day to expand your audience — at no cost to you.
Glacier National Park, rail trails, singletrack, great food, family fun, and more await you in Kalispell, Montana. If you’re wondering what to do for Bike Your Park Day, September 30, maybe Kalispell should enter your plans.
We need your help! Bike Your Park Day is all about getting people to explore parks and public lands by bicycle. Now’s your chance to inspire someone to #BikeYourPark!
Here are five national parks you can get to on Amtrak with your bike and how to do it for Bike Your Park Day. And remember, you can visit a national or state park, monument, historic site, river, seashore, recreation area, preserve, forest, wildlife refuge, or parkway ... it’s your day to ride whatever “park” you like.
Looking for smiles for miles? Glacier National Park, rail trails, singletrack, great food, and family fun await you in Kalispell, Montana. So ... what are your Bike Your Park Day plans?
If traveling to a national park feels like a barrier for you to participate in Bike Your Park Day, don’t worry! Bike Your Park Day includes riding ANY public lands, and here’s how to find them ...
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.
These photos and testimonials from 2016 Bike Your Park Day participants will inspire you to explore the parks and public lands in your backyard on September 30, 2017.
Bike Your Park Day was a big success: 1439 rides and 11,000 participants. Find out who won the Salsa Marrakesh, provide feedback, and find out how to share your photos, here ...
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.
Families will love Bike Your Park Day on September 24. Let your kids enhance your Bike Your Park Day experience.
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.
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.
One day. Two wheels. 8,500 parks. Celebrate Bike Your Park Day on Sept. 24, 2016.
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!