June 30, 2014
This is it, your last chance to take part in our June 2014 Membership Drive. Sure, you could join Adventure Cycling tomorrow, but if you did, you wouldn't be entered in our sweet raffles and receive a free "I am an Adventure Cyclist" neoprene chainstay protector.
Join today by 5:30pm MST, and we'll include your chainstay protector along with your new member packet. This comes in addition to 9 issues of Adventure Cyclist magazine annually, up to 30% discounts on Adventure Cycling maps, access to our guided tours, and discounts on products and tours from our affiliate partners!
So far we think this is a pretty good deal, but if you haven't joined by now, you're likely looking for something really good. With that in mind, when you join today, we'll aslo include you in a raffle for an Osprey Raptor 6 hydration pack.
Osprey packs are a staff favorite at Adventure Cycling, and we would love to see you sporting one as well. The Raptor 6 pack has 360 cubic inches of carrying capacity, includes a hydration bladder, and features a LidLock to secure your helmet when you're off the bike.
In addition to the Osprey raffle, if you join today you will also be entered in our raffle for a Raleigh Sojourn touring bike. This is Raleigh's premier touring bike that features a strong steel frameset, Shimano drivetrain, disc brakes, fenders, rear rack, and a Brooks saddle. Check out Raleigh's website for full specs, and start dreaming about your next adventure!
These offers end today at 5:30pm MST. Join now if you want to be a part of the largest bicycle organization in North America, receive a free neoprene chainstay protector, and be entered to win some sweet prizes.
These offers are for new members only. If you're already a member, please share this inspiration with your friends. No purchase necessary, see join page for full contest details.
The June 2014 Membership Drive runs through 5:30pm MST on Monday, June 30th. 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.