June 26, 2014
Today we’re over halfway through the Adventure Cycling June 2014 Member Drive and have an exciting daily giveaway for those who join as a new member today. Join online today by 5:30pm MST and be entered in a raffle for a Terrapin Mount and Dry Bag from Adventure Cycling Corporate Member, Revelate Designs. In addition, every new member who joins online by June 30th will receive an “I am an Adventure Cyclist” chainstay protector and be entered in a raffle to win a Raleigh Sojourn touring bicycle.
A totally waterproof seat bag system, the Terrapin is a holster-like mount that holds a dry bag, quickly and easily removed for packing or unpacking while leaving the mount attached to your bike's seat post and saddle rails.
The Terrapin is a perfect complement to lightweight touring setups for a doing bike overnight in your own backyard or for tackling one of Adventure Cycling’s routes such as the Idaho Hot Springs Mountain Bike Route. One of the best benefits of being an Adventure Cycling member is receiving discounts on more than 42,000 miles of cycling maps from the Adventure Cycling Route Network. In addition, members receive 9 issues of Adventure Cyclist magazine, deals and discounts from cycling businesses, access to Adventure Cycling's guided tours, and much more.
Join today to be entered to win this seat bag, and wrap your summer in adventure with your free "I am an Adventure Cyclist" chainstay protector.
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.
Photo courtesy of Revelate Designs.
The 2014 June 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.