Tell Us What Bicycle Travel Advocacy Issues Are Important to You!

September 27, 2017

If you’re reading this, chances are you love traveling by bike.

Chances are also good that you’ve run into at least one of these challenges on the road:

  • Rumble strips and/or chip seal
  • Issues getting your bike to where you need to go on airlines, trains, and bus lines
  • Being turned away from a full campground at a state or national park
  • Accommodations (campgrounds, hotels, etc.) that are unfriendly or unaware of bicyclists’ needs
  • Lack of safe infrastructure for bicycling — no shoulders or separated space

Luckily, Adventure Cycling has your back — we are the only national nonprofit that advocates to improve bicycle travel conditions, especially in rural areas. Whether you mainly do weekend overnight bike tours or epic cross-country touring, we want to hear from you!

Please fill out this survey to give us your input about challenges you’ve run into on the road and improvements you’d like Adventure Cycling to work towards in the next five years. This survey should take five to 10 minutes to complete.

And please share the link with other bike travelers you know:

Thanks for helping Adventure Cycling make your bike-travel experience safer and more enjoyable!

Photos by Saara Snow


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Kameron lee October 24, 2017, 7:39 PM

Is the Windsor Wellington 2.0 a good bike

Ms. Susana Sanders October 13, 2017, 6:14 AM

A second on:

Bike paths and protected bike lanes.

Duwayne Anderson October 4, 2017, 5:34 PM

Bike paths.

Protected bike lanes

Amber October 2, 2017, 10:05 PM

Better travel lanes in city and rural areas for commuters. Having traffic lights being triggered by bikes. Its a hit or miss with my EZ sport recumbant.

Erin S. September 29, 2017, 10:16 AM

Of most concern to me are two things: 1. the lack of nation-wide, as well as city- and suburb-wide, safe infrastructure for bicycle riders, and 2. the difficulty finding parks that have sufficient hiker-biker sites and that lack shower facilities (which are much needed by people who have been strenuously pedaling for hours!).

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