Monthly Archives: August 2010

What to Wear?

I’m inspired to write this post because I’m helping one of my girlfriends suit up for a tour and she feels bummed by her lack of real choice in attractive and functional ladies cycling wear. Also, one of my favorite … Continue reading

Posted in Shipping News | 8 Comments

Two-Tiered Efforts

We get tons of emails at Adventure Cycling about riders’ various adventures around the world — upcoming, in-progress, and “it’s a wrap” alike. Below I’ll share four examples of what I’m talking about, all of them involving one of our … Continue reading

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El Fin: From Peace Park to Border Patrol

On a sunny Friday the 13th, my family and I finished our grand trek on Adventure Cycling’s Pacific Coast Bicycle Route, from the Canadian to the Mexican border. I’ll share some thoughts about the experience in future posts, but to … Continue reading

Posted in From the Executive Director | 3 Comments

Cycling with a Backpack

While you can usually fit all of your touring gear in panniers, or a trailer, we see many people adding a small backpack into the mix. For some riders, this incorporates a hydration bladder that either replaces water bottles, or … Continue reading

Posted in How To, Touring Gear and Tips | 5 Comments

Bicycle Camping #8–Tennessee

It was a Sunday evening and it was time to get off the road. Fast. The two-lane Tennessee highway had been lovely. But now every resident in Memphis with a truck, trailer and boat was screaming back to the city … Continue reading

Posted in Sights and Sounds | 1 Comment

Announcing Our Early & Epic 2011 Tours

Part of my job as media director is to help roll out our tours web pages as early as possible so that our members can grab a spot on one of our guided cycling trips. Over the last few years, … Continue reading

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More Charging from the Road

Holy social media! You might remember a couple of weeks ago I posted on how to keep a charge on your electronic equipment while on the road. It turned out to be one of the most commented on entries for … Continue reading

Posted in GeoPoints Bulletin | 6 Comments