Category Archives: Building the U.S. Bicycle Route System

U.S. Bike Route System: 10 Top Accomplishments of 2012

It’s been another incredible year for Adventure Cycling Association and for our work on the U.S. Bicycle Route System (USBRS). I know it’s already the middle of January, but let’s take quick look back at 2012 accomplishments and then I’ll … Continue reading

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The AASHTO Bike Guide

After almost nine years working with the American Association of State Highway and Transportation Officials (AASHTO) on the development of the U.S. Bicycle Route System, we are pleased to announce that AASHTO will be submitting a series of guest posts, provided … Continue reading

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Meet Adam Reel: Building Bicycle Travel Initiatives

There have been many developments at Adventure Cycling over the past few months. Armed with a new strategic plan, we’ve launched a new department, called Travel Initiatives that is devoted to the continued development of the U.S. Bicycle Route System … Continue reading

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Bike Travel Inspirations

Meet Nancy Krupiarz in 1982. Nancy and her husband, Tom cycled the Adventure Cycling Great Parks North route and experienced, “the best trip of our lives — nothing has ever come close.” Indeed, Nancy and Tom were not short on stories. … Continue reading

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‘Bonjour’ Cycle Tourism!

Last week, we waved ‘au revoir’ to Jim Sayer, executive director at Adventure Cycling Association, as he made his way to the European Cycle Tourism Conference held in Nantes, France. The conference was jointly hosted by the European Cyclists’ Federation (ECF) and … Continue reading

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The Next Big Thing: Making America Bicycle Friendly

Hey There! Just returned from the 2012 Pro Walk Pro Bike conference in Long Beach, California. It was a weeklong whirlwind of activity filled with bike rides, walks along the beach, massive amounts of networking and sessions, sessions, sessions. I’ve … Continue reading

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Getting it Done at Pro Walk Pro Bike

Next week, I head out to Long Beach, CA for the bi-annual Pro Walk Pro Bike conference. It’s shaping up to be a power packed four days. There will be numerous keynotes, topic breakout sessions, round-table discussions, poster presentations, side-meetings … Continue reading

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