Adventure Cycling Route Apps

Plan and navigate Adventure Cycling routes from your smartphone or tablet with our easy-to-use mobile apps!

  • Similar to our paper maps, these apps have the information you need on the road.
  • Purchase route and services data directly from the app.
  • Show or hide bicycling services such as campgrounds, bike shops, lodging, and towns.
  • Use embedded Google search for even more services.
  • Contact services right from the app with handy click-to-call buttons.
  • Calculate the distance between two points on the route and see the elevation profile.
  • Switch between Google maps and OpenCycleMap for even more detail, and download the map for use without cell service.


Adventure Cycling TransAmerica Trail

The classic route to cross America by bicycle! Grand parks along the TransAmerica Trail include Yellowstone and Grand Teton national parks, among the best in the United States. One additional treat: because this route has been ridden by cyclists for years, many of the cafes, restaurants, and overnight accommodations along the route have kept journals consisting of entries written by cross-country riders from previous years, providing you with a cyclist's history of the route. Plan on around three months (give or take) for the crossing. Some traverse the route quicker, but this leaves less time for sightseeing.

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Adventure Cycling Pacific Coast Route 

The scenic Pacific Coast Route travels from Vancouver, B.C., to Imperial Beach, California. Breathtaking cliffs, redwood forests, lighthouses, beaches, and a rugged coastline makes this a very popular route. Discover the beauty to be found between Canada and Mexico.

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Adventure Cycling Bicycle Route 66

For over 50 years, motorists traveled the legendary U.S. Route 66 – popularly known as Route 66 or the Mother Road – from Chicago, Illinois to the Santa Monica Pier in Los Angeles, California. Now it’s the cyclists’ turn.

In view of the strong association between the historic roadway and America’s love affair with the automobile, it is perhaps ironic that hundreds of travelers will now attain independence from the motor vehicle by traveling Bicycle Route 66 under their own steam. While the cafes and grocery stores along the way remain important fuel stops for them, traveling cyclists can enjoy a certain satisfaction as they whiz past the many gas stations found in the towns and cities they visit.

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