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The Adventure Cycling tours department has over 100 tour departures planned for 2015. All tours will be revealed and ready for sign up on October 8th!
A selection of cycling gear for the special rider in your life (or to give the gift-giving-impaired some ideas!), this special, expanded Holiday edition of Geared Up shines a light on some of the latest and greatest for the traveling cyclist.
Who knew the Midwest was so awesome?
The legendary steel bicycles that come from Grant Petersen's Rivendell Bicycle Works are revered for their timless style, attention to detail, and adherance to the brand's "unracing" philosophy. Here's a glimpse inside their California workshop.
Looking back over the past year, I’m convinced that the bicycle touring world is full of some of the most amazing, courageous and awe-inspiring world travelers that there are on this planet.
Few have dared entered the confines of the Adventure Cycling Pacement. Many years ago, the Pacement was simply the basement. The basement contained a massive out of commission boiler and asbestos that made it an unsuitable space for employees to move about or store materials in.
I recently had the priviledge of spending a week in Minneapolis pedaling their network of bicycle paths and trails. With a network of over 85 miles of off-street bike paths and 90 miles of on-street bikeways, there's plenty of pedaling to do. Fortunately, Minneapolis has plenty of "bicycle fueling stations" that most citizens refer to as bakeries and diners. I asked several local cyclists to name their favorites. One diner was on everyone's list ...
Many exciting new initiatives are brewing from Adventure Cycling's partnership with the Natchez Trace Parkway National Park to improve safety for cyclists and encourage sharing the road among all road users.
Having worked at Adventure Cycling for a couple of years now, I have heard a few complaints about Adventure Cycling route maps being expensive, and how you could just create your own route in Google Maps — and find services there, too. I’ve gotta say, I used to totally agree with these thoughts.
Interbike — the largest cycling tradeshow in North America — opened its doors to the public for the first time this year. But if you couldn't make it to Las Vegas, fear not, Adventure Cyclist was at the Mandalay Bay looking for the best new gear.
Do you enjoy receiving Adventure Cyclist magazine as part of your Adventure Cycling membership? Do you want to share that enjoyment with your friends and family? Would you like to be entered to win a Novara Ponderosa 27.5 mountain bike?
If your "inner vagabond" is unsatisfied by daily life, here are three women to inspire you.
As you might imagine, we get a fairly steady stream of map and route related questions. Usually they are variations on the same themes.
This morning we surpassed 40,000 likes on our Adventure Cycling Facebook page, and to celebrate, we have a special offer for both current and prospective members.
September heralds autumn here in Montana, and summer is over in a snap. I’m not saying that it’s winter yet, but Missoula’s forecast tonight is calling for temps in the low 30s. That makes tomorrow’s commute to the office brisk, to say the least. Last year, Cyclosource brought on the Walz winter wool cycling cap. Tomorrow morning’s ears will be glad it did.