Monthly Archives: October 2012

Top 10 Posts: October 2012 — What do you want more of?

In the new year, we will be reorganizing the Adventure Cycling blog, offering new content and more of the most popular content: touring gear and tips, photos, videos, online extras from Adventure Cyclist magazine, and more. When thinking about what … Continue reading

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Knitting Club Tackles Trail of the Coeur d’Alenes

This week’s tale of bike-overnighting adventure is by Adventure Cycling’s own Julie Huck, who started working at Bikecentennial in 1985 as the receptionist for the organization. Over the years, she moved to director of the Membership Department. In the hours … Continue reading

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Gettin’ Fancy.

At Adventure Cycling headquarters, our work environment is the epitome of casual, so our high heels, bow ties, lacy dresses, suits, and whatnot, collect dust in wait for a semi-formal wedding or party invite. Until, that is, we instated “Fancy … Continue reading

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On The Road in New England

Let me start out by letting you in on a secret: New England in the fall is incredible. Okay, not much of a secret. The stunning beauty of this region in the autumn brings thousands of “leaf-peepers” to admire the … Continue reading

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The Faces of Bicycle Travel #2

People. The true treasures of bicycle travel.¬† Mexico, 1991 We are lying down on the cool tile floor of the kitchen. The smell of fresh tortillas mingles with perfume. A conversation on the side of the road while cycling down … Continue reading

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Tweaking the Pacific Coast Route

This past spring we received an online map correction card from the Orange County Bicycle Coalition¬†in California. They were offering suggestions for tweaking the Pacific Coast Bicycle Route: “North or Southbound in Southern California we have established “safe passage” routes … Continue reading

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America ByCycle: Starting off with a Sh’Bang

As I mentioned in my last column, this fall, Michelle Cassel and Ryan McAfee of America ByCycle are cycling the Pacific Coast Bicycle Route, capturing the stories and spirit of the route on video. You can follow their trip by … Continue reading

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