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As we well know, there is no more authentic and exhilarating way to experience national parks than by bicycle. So how did national parks work with Adventure Cycling last year to improve biking?
Although Napa and Sonoma, California suffered devastating fires last fall, the region is in full recovery with 200+ wineries in operation, and all the delightful local businesses, eagerly welcoming cyclists. Discover California’s wine country in a new way — by bicycle!
Tennessee has become the eighth state to establish a no-turn-away policy for its state parks.
Meet the four talented winners of The Greg Siple Award for Young Adult Bicycle Travel. Get ready to be inspired and #JumpStartBikeTravel.
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Adventure Cycling’s new app, Bicycle Route Navigator, makes it easier than ever to navigate the nearly 47,000 miles of the Adventure Cycling Route Network. Download it today and take it for a spin!
Warm showers for your bike.
Wade Otey is a veteran traveling cyclist, Adventure Cycling tour leader, and shares how he travels by bike with the challenges of sleep apnea.
U.S. Bicycle Routes are coming soon to California thanks to partnerships with its department of transportation (Caltrans) and over twenty dedicated volunteers.
From being barraged by grasshoppers to accidentally swallowing gnats, Olivia Round shared company with many insects during her cross-country solo adventure by bicycle. Surprisingly, her constant interactions with these tiny creatures didn’t detract from the experience. If anything, they added to it.
These top five success stories highlight the innovative ways that state parks are working to welcome and accommodate bicyclists.
Golden Triangle Bike would love to show you Pittsburgh, the Great Allegheny Passage, and the C&O Canal Towpath. They’ve provided logistical support, trip planning, and bike/gear rentals for self-supported and guided touring in Pittsburgh since 2007.
Nicholas Carman wrote this for us a few years ago and it’s fun to look back out how fat bikes have evolved into today’s machines.
Cyclists have been asking us to bring all of our paper route maps to an app. And now we have! Plan and navigate the entire Adventure Cycling Route Network from your smartphone or tablet with Bicycle Route Navigator!
Do you love riding through our shared public lands? Do you wish they loved you back? Help Adventure Cycling advocate for better, safer cycling conditions in our parks today!
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.
Here’s a huge thanks to the 900+ new members who joined Adventure Cycling in January. We’re looking forward to helping you make your 2018 bicycle adventures a success!
Take a hardworking Adventure Cycling staff that knows how to play hard, add fat bikes and a Montana winter, and what do you get? You get a bunch of fat bikes on their Instagram accounts.
With Valentine’s Day just around the bend, you might want to check out new products in our Cyclosource store.
Choose your own adventure. Design a custom, guided tour with Adventure Cycling. Just get your friends together, decide what you’d like to do, and let Adventure Cycling take care of the rest.
This tiny mountain town is only accessible by snowshoe, ski, or snowmobile — seemed like the perfect opportunity to plan my first fat bike snowvernight.
After falling in love with bikes, she found herself in snow-packed Anchorage for the winter. Question: What to do? Answer: Fat bike!
Those black and white portraits of traveling cyclists on the last page of Adventure Cyclist magazine are being credited to an unfamiliar name. Maxton Caplanides is the new photographer of the Open Road Gallery ... with Greg Siple’s approval of course.
Change is constant on the 46,864-mile Adventure Cycling Route Network and our Routes & Mapping Department recently made extensive updates to both our Atlantic Coast route and the Idaho Hot Springs Mountain Bike Route.