Monthly Archives: May 2011

Reaching for $30,000 — BikeFlights & Donors Step up for U.S. Bicycle Route System!

We’re in our last day of fundraising for the U.S. Bicycle Route System (USBRS) and we’re still pushing toward our $30,000 goal. As of this writing we’ve raised over $27, 000, and we saw some great support for the project … Continue reading

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What to Ride?

Even though it’s been a ridiculously cold and wet spring here in Missoula (yes, it’s supposed to snow tonight), the roads are definitely clear and we at Adventure Cycling have no excuse not to to ride our bikes to work. … Continue reading

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Saddle Up for Summer Tours with Adventure Cycling

It’s not too late to join Adventure Cycling for a great, weeklong (or longer!) summer cycling adventure, whether you’d like to go self-contained or take one of our supported tour offerings. Although several trips filled up early in the season, … Continue reading

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Searching for Trails to Tackle

According to Bicycling magazine‚Äôs Chris Lesser, by way of this article at, “10 Must-Ride Mountain Bike Trails” include: 1. Half Nelson, Squamish, British Columbia2. Copper Harbor, Copper Harbor, Michigan3. Curt Gowdy State Park, Cheyenne, Wyoming4. Glenwild Trails, Park City, … Continue reading

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Bicycle Touring Favorites

This marks my 100th post to the Touring Gear and Tips column, and after looking back through some previous posts, I thought I would take this opportunity to run down some of the touring gear that I have been most … Continue reading

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Share the Good News about the U.S. Bicycle Route System

As of this morning we’ve raised nearly $24,000 for the U.S. Bicycle Route System! Thank you! Now, we’re in the final push toward reaching our $30,000 campaign goal. Today we need those of you who have donated and/or who support … Continue reading

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That Dreaded Whine

I woke up before the sunrise in a national park in northern Thailand. The air was thick and calm and my clothes were drenched in sweat. I hiked up into the hills and found a small clearing. I set up … Continue reading

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