Monthly Archives: June 2009

Let It Snow

Yeah, so just like anyone else, we like to brag about how incredible our state is! For those of you who aren’t aware, Adventure Cycling Association World Headquarters is located in the northwest of majestic, mountainous, Montana. And last week … Continue reading

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This Guy Is Seriously Hungry

Adventure Cycling tours specialist Sarah Raz hit the lettuce on the head in her ON THE ROAD posting of June 23, when she wrote: “The best part of any cycling trip is, without a doubt, the ever-present food element.” But … Continue reading

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Connect with Your BikeCentennial Buddies

We have had a few questions from folks about how they can find other riders from their original Bikecentennial ’76 groups. We have a few different venues for you to try and reconnect. First, you can check out our Rider … Continue reading

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Mapping the In-between

I recently came across a blog article that intrigued me, “Interstitials and informal bike routes”. Who wouldn’t be intrigued by the topic? After perusing the story and verifying that I knew what interstitial meant (which lead me to interstice – … Continue reading

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Living Vicariously, Following the Tour Divide

I’m really into the Tour Divide. The race is in full swing (with Matthew Lee still in the lead) and we get to follow the story – not through TV news clips or talking head analysis – but mostly from … Continue reading

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Yum!

What’s the most important part of any bicycle trip? If you said majestic vistas, quality time with like-minded folks, or fresh air, you know you’re lying. The best part of any cycling trip is, without a doubt the ever-present food … Continue reading

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A Destinational Dilemma

A friend of mine from Wyoming is trying to persuade me to travel to Nova Scotia for a bike trip this fall. I’ve heard great things about that Maritime Province and its cycling opportunities—but that’s about the extent of it. … Continue reading

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