Get Ready For National Bike Travel Weekend, June 3–5

March 7, 2016

Over 200 trips are registered for National Bike Travel Weekend.

As part of National Bike Travel Weekend this June 3–5, not only does everyone get to plan their own bike overnight, but they also get to choose a trip name. Here’s a sampling of some of the most creative and humorous names:

National Bike Travel Weekend trips range from family trips, adult trips, big trips, small trips — all fun and some funny.

Check out the trip descriptions of these and more than 200 trips, with over 3,500 participants, on the National Bike Travel Weekend map — all taking place the weekend of June 3–5. Family trips, adult trips, big trips, small trips, all types of bike trips, all fun and some funny. Add your own bike overnight trip and get a free Adventure Cycling keychain, National Bike Travel Weekend stickers, and be entered to win a Salsa Marrakesh touring bicycle.

And for ideas and inspiration, go to BikeOvernights.org.

Story and photo by Steven Powell.

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Join Adventure Cycling Association for the biggest bicycle travel celebration since Bikecentennial 76 — the largest cross-country tour in history. We’re commemorating 40 years of bike travel with special events including bike overnights throughout North America (National Bike Travel Weekend, June 3–5), rides in national and state parks (Bike Your Park Day, September 24), special tours, reunions, and an extraordinary weekend celebration at our headquarters in Missoula, Montana (Montana Bicycle Celebration, July 15–17). Forty years is just the beginning. Thank you to the 40th anniversary sponsors: Raleigh Bicycles, Montana Department of Commerce, Salsa Cycles, Advocate Cycles, Blue Cross Blue Shield of Montana, Visit Mississippi, Visit Idaho, Travel Oregon, Osprey Packs, Experience Plus!, Destination Missoula and Missoulian.

Find out more about Adventure Cycling’s generous sponsors.

 
 

Comments

Terry Brown

Regarding the Jalama... ride. I'm assuming it was meant to say that you could take the train to Lompoc-Surf (AMTRAK goes by Jalama Beach County Park, but they won't let you off there.)

March 7, 2016, 1:19 PM
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Steven Powell

Hi Terry -- You bring up an excellent point. If you click on the trip name, you will find a blue "Email" button where you can send a message directly to the trip organizer to get this clarified.

March 7, 2016, 8:43 PM
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