Register Your Event

Welcome to the Bike Travel Weekend & Bike Your Park Day sign-up form! This year, due to the COVID-19 pandemic, Bike Travel Weekend was postponed to September 25 – 27 and will overlap with Bike Your Park Day on September 26. Adventure Cycling encourages you to organize a virtual event or organize an in-person overnight bike adventure or a day ride through public lands that follows safety guidelines.

Bike Travel Weekend

Please complete the form below to include your trip on the Bike Travel Weekend and Bike Your Park Day interactive map.

If you are a current Adventure Cycling member or have already signed up for a My Adventure Cycling account, please log into your My Adventure Cycling account to pre-fill your personal information. Otherwise directly enter the information below and a new account will be created for you.

* Required fields in bold
By entering your email and password, you will create a My Adventure Cycling account, so you can manage communication preferences and gain additional access to our free bicycle travel resources.
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Find the approximate location of your overnight location or park on the map by using the search function or dragging the map pointer.

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If your ride is an overnight it can start on Friday or Saturday and can be one or two nights. Leave the fields blank that don't apply. If you're going on a day ride, just fill in the mileage on the day you plan to ride.

*If yes is selected, your email address will appear in the ride registry so others can contact you to join your overnight.

Please note that most overnight locations, including public lands, welcome bicycle travelers but have various policies regarding advance reservations and required permits, particularly for large groups and / or groups charging a fee to participants. Be sure to check in advance.

Adventure Cycling Association is here to inspire you to travel by bicycle. However, it is understood there are inherent risks associated with cycling, including bike breakdowns, crashes, unpredictable or dangerous traffic, challenging terrain and weather, and physical over-exertion. The list is not exhaustive and it is each rider's personal responsibility to educate themselves, ride responsibly, and exercise sound judgment in order to minimize these risks. By clicking submit, you acknowledge that you are aware of these inherent risks and take full responsibility to ride safely and responsibly in order to enhance your own safety and the safety of others.

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