Share the Bike Travel Weekend & Bike Your Park Day Video

April 11, 2017

You can participate in Bike Travel Weekend, June 2–4, and Bike Your Park Day, September 30, from anywhere in the world. You can also make it YOUR trip by choosing the distance, route, adventure companions, and ice cream stops. Last year, 23,000 people participated in both events in all 50 states and over a dozen countries. Read the full Bike Travel Weekend report and Bike Your Park Day report.

But how do you explain Bike Travel Weekend and Bike Your Park Day to someone who doesn’t know anything about the two events? Share a new short video by The Path Less Pedaled and let it do the explaining for you. This short, 90-second video succinctly describes Bike Travel Weekend and Bike Your Park Day, how anyone can participate — even if they’ve never been on a bike trip before — and how you can win prizes to boot.

Check it out and be sure to share the link with friends, family, and coworkers. Share it on your social media channels or email the link to someone you think has the bike-travel bug.

And be sure to register for Bike Travel Weekend and Bike Your Park Day. You could win an Advocate Cycles Seldom Seen bike or an Amtrak trip for two, with bikes, to Glacier National Park.

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Bike Travel Weekend Join thousands of other cyclists across North America and the world for Bike Travel Weekend and go on a one- or two-night bike overnight on the same weekend, June 1–3, 2018. Ride with your family or friends and stay at your favorite overnight location — whether it’s a nearby campground, hotel, cabin, B&B, hostel, or friend’s house. Ride solo or with a group and go one mile or 100 miles — it’s your trip! #BikeTravelWeekend

 

Bike Your Park Day Bike to or within nearby parks and public lands with thousands of people around the country on the same day — Bike Your Park Day on September 29, 2018. Bring friends and family to join the ride and discover the outdoor adventures in your backyard. Make it your own experience: ride any distance; go with friends, family, or join a group; bike on trails or roads. Visit a national or state park, monument, historic site, river, seashore, recreation area, preserve, forest, wildlife refuge, or parkway.  #BikeYourPark

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