January 31, 2017
Adventure Cycling’s blog works hard to inspire and empower bike travel. Our favorite blog category, Guest Posts, is for all of our amazing guest bloggers, people who’ve kindly shared their adventurous stories and photos. We recently picked out a few that had that little extra, and we collected them here.
We hope you’re busily planning your own 2017 bike travel. If you’d like to share past or future adventures, keep us in mind. All of the guest blogging details are below.
Short trips count too! You don’t have to be standing on a mountain in the middle of nowhere. Our BikeOvernights.org website shares your short overnight bicycle adventures of one to two nights. Then, others use the categories to find ideas for trips in their area, like Massachusetts, or Illinois, or California. Submit your bike overnight.
One of the biggest drawbacks of a long tour, especially for young people, is the expense. Let Jim fill you in on some money-saving tips.
Hint: It has something to do with making a bet with your ambitious kid.
Cycling the American West as a solo, female cyclist is too dangerous? No, it is definitely not!
Quitting your job to galavant around the globe might seem idiotic in the best of times and downright absurd at others, but what seems to baffle most is the financial logistics of sustaining a long trip.
With so many ways to connect to Canada’s Great Lakes Waterfront Trail and the strong U.S. dollar, you’ll want to add all or part of this 990-mile trail to your must-ride list.
How about you? Would you like to submit a post to the Adventure Cycling guest blog? We’re looking for...
Click here to get all the details about Adventure Cycling’s guest blog submissions, and thanks for blogging!