Monthly Archives: July 2009

A Few Good Bicycle Travel Heroes

After only one month, we have already received some really great nominations for our 2009 Bicycle Travel Awards: A corporate exec, who left his day job to follow his passion and open a bike shop A touring couple, who bring … Continue reading

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Great Divide Mountain Bike Route Map Improvements

This past spring Carla Majernik and I spent our days updating the Great Divide Mountain Bike Route maps from Roosville, Montana, to Antelope Wells, New Mexico. As we began organizing the update information, we received a letter from Adventure Cycling … Continue reading

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Website Update: Shipping Your Bike

Check out our recently revised “Shipping and Bike Cases” article in our How-To Department. Now you will find links to some of the major airlines’ online shipping information, as well as links to Amtrak, and other ground shipping options. Plus … Continue reading

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Looking Ahead, Summer 2010

Summer is in full swing; the days seem endless, your bicycle adventures seem to stretch on and on… Winter seems implausible, right? And next summer is just a blip on the horizon. But, here in the tours office, we’re busily … Continue reading

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Underground Railroad Meets the Great Divide

Two of Adventure Cycling’s most popular and talked-about routes are the Great Divide Mountain Bike Route and the Underground Railroad Bicycle Route. The Great Divide, the longest mountain-bike route in the world, is legendary for the wild, high places it … Continue reading

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Brooks B17 Saddle

Brooks B17 StandardPhoto by Josh Tack The Brooks B17 saddle is an excellent upgrade for any touring bike. Providing cyclists with miles of comfort for over 100 years, it’s sure to receive respectful nods of approval from fellow riders. This … Continue reading

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Being an Adventure Cycling Ambassador

Here at Adventure Cycling, we are working daily to get more people to try out bicycle touring because we think it is an amazing thing to do. It challenges us physically, mentally and even emotionally. It can change our perspective … Continue reading

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