Welcome to Adventure Cycling!

February 9, 2018

Adventure Cycling’s January New Member Drive ended last week, and I want to take a moment to give a big “thank you” to all the 900+ cyclists who become Adventure Cycling members for the first time last month. It means the world to us to have your support, and we’re excited to deliver on our promise to inspire and empower you to travel by bicycle. 

As a member, you’ll immediately begin receiving Adventure Cyclist magazine. As North America’s only magazine dedicated to bicycle travel, Adventure Cyclist is committed to bringing readers dispatches from the farthest corners of the map and hidden gems in their own backyards. 

With your membership, you’re also eligible to receive up to 30% off Adventure Cycling route maps. Thanks to the support from all 53,000 of our members, we’ve been able to map more than 46,000 miles of paved and gravel cycling routes throughout North America. 

Don’t forget, as a member, you also have access to exclusive discounts offered up by our corporate partners. These include:

  • 10% off titanium bikes from Litespeed
  • 15% off all the good stuff at Club Ride Apparel
  • 20% off Altor premium bicycle security products

To view all your member discounts, log into your My Adventure Cycling account.

Also, here’s a shout-out to our January New Member Drive raffle winners. Congrats to Erik B. of Missouri, Jeff T. of Texas, Richard C. of New York, Linda N. of Arizona, and Mark F. of California. We’ll be getting your prizes in the mail this week.

If you didn’t join last month, that’s okay, you can become a member anytime. Join today, or give us a test run by requesting a free sample issue of Adventure Cyclist magazine.

Top photo Saara Snow | Bottom photo Josh Tack

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TOURING GEAR & TIPS is written by Joshua Tack of Adventure Cycling’s member services department. It appears once each month, highlighting technical aspects of bicycle touring and offering advice to help better prepare you for the journey ahead. Look for Josh’s “Fine Tuned” column in Adventure Cyclist magazine as well.

Comments

John akin

Hello, I am looking for assistance from anyone who has risen any portion, please.

I am doing a solo charity ride in late September and am trying to get my bike route set up.

Thank you

February 10, 2018, 8:49 AM
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Brink

Hi John,

This interactive map will help get you started. Thanks

https://www.adventurecycling.org/routes-and-maps/adventure-cycling-route-network/interactive-network-map/

February 12, 2018, 8:58 AM
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