March 27, 2018
There’s still snow on the ground at Adventure Cycling headquarters in Missoula, Montana, but that doesn’t mean we can’t start dreaming about going on a Bike Travel Weekend trip, June 1–3, and a Bike Your Park Day ride on September 29.
We recently took a break from the office to try out the new Bike Travel Weekend and Bike Your Park Day merchandise on a rare, sunny winter day.
Adventure Cycling Digital Designer Levi Boughn designed the super-soft, tri-blend tees available in men’s and women’s sizes.
There’s also Bike Travel Weekend and Bike Your Park Day socks for your Bike Travel Weekend trip, Bike Your Park Day ride, and everything in between.
We ended our recent ride with coffee at Black Coffee Roasting Co. and soaked up the sun outside their building.
Registration is free, helps us share the power of bike travel, and the first 250 people to register for Bike Travel Weekend at BikeTravelWeekend.org and Bike Your Park Day at BikeYourParkDay.org will get a three-ounce package of coffee, courtesy of Black Coffee Roasting Co.
Thanks to models Laura Crawford, Mike Lessard, Daniel Mrgan, and Saara Snow.
Photos 1–6 by Maxton Caplanides | Photo 7 by Michelle Pierson
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