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Olivia Round met all kinds of unforgettable characters on her first bike tour across the country. They taught her that anyone can bicycle tour ... and there's no "right way" to do it.
Whether you are on a long tour or just want to do an overnighter, there are now new digital maps to help you ride a U.S. Bicycle Route and experience some of the unique locations along the way.
Spring is slow to come in the Rocky Mountains this year, but that’s not stopping Adventure Cycling’s cartographers from updating and redesigning the Great Divide Mountain Bike Route to celebrate its 20th anniversary and its bikepacking and gravel opportunities.
HistoriCorps engages volunteers to do hands-on work to save historic structures. They explore special places and connect with their history in a unique way that is conducive to travel by bike.
When I signed up for this guided, Arizona bike tour with Adventure Cycling, their seven-day “Southern Arizona Road Adventure,” I wasn’t entirely sure what to expect. Pavement? Desert? Saguaros? Beautiful, sunny weather to escape Montana’s cold, gray March? I got all that and more!
It was late August when my husband and I and our two teenage sons tucked our passports safely into our panniers and set out from Burlington, Vermont on a course for Montreal.
Put one year of Adventure Cyclist magazine on the shelves of your local library for only $22.50.
She spent 10 days on one of Adventure Cycling’s guided tours on the Crown of the Continent and has plenty of stories and photos to share.
In the past two years, Adventure Cycling’s Bike Travel Weekend mobilized nearly 20,000 participants in all 50 states and a couple dozen countries. We’re getting people on bikes, and this year, June 1–3, Bike Travel Weekend will be even bigger ... and you can help!
Bike Travel Weekend, June 1–3, 2018, is almost here. #BikeTravelWeekend
Don’t disappoint your bike. Registration for the second annual Bike Travel Weekend, June 1–3 is free and easy. Plus, you could win stuff, including a new bike from Co-Motion Cycles and a trip to Glacier Park (with bikes on Amtrak), but don’t tell your bike.