September 21, 2018
There's still time to get in on the Adventure Cycling September Member Drive, but not much. Once the countdown timer above hits zero, this offer is over.
Here's the deal: become an Adventure Cycling member, and we'll send you a free 2019 Bicycle Travel calendar so you can start planning next year's bike trips. Join by September 30, and not only will you get a free calendar, you'll also be entered to win one of these exciting prizes:
Cygolite has been a longtime corporate supporter of Adventure Cycling that consistently goes above and beyond what we could ever expect from them. Once again they've outdone themselves and sent us a literal pile of lights to give away to new members. Join by September 30, and you could win one of five prize packs:
Portland Design Works (PDW) is a relatively young company that has been around since 2008. They're a strong supporter of bike travel and have offered up prizes for three lucky new members who join Adventure Cycling by September 30. Take a gander at what could be yours when you become a member today:
As a member, you get up to 30% off Adventure Cycling bike maps, as well as free shipping on all your Cyclosource store orders. That's pretty neat, but when you join by September 30, you'll also have a chance to win an Adventure Cycling map set of your choice. That's really sweet.
Join or renew your membership in 2018, and you’ll be entered for a chance to win a Co-Motion Divide bike. “What's a Co-Motion Divide,” you say? It’s a steel adventure bike that features 29er wheels, disc brakes, drop bars, and eyelets for racks and fenders. Ride it loaded or unloaded, on pavement or dirt—this bike is made for just about anything you have in mind.
The Adventure Cycling New Member Drive runs through midnight MST on Sunday, September 30, 2018. Adventure Cycling Association’s mission is to inspire and empower people to travel by bicycle. We depend on dedicated cyclists to continue programs such as expanding the Adventure Cycling Route Network, keeping our online resources up to date, maintaining our education and outreach efforts, and building an official U.S. Bicycle Route System.