Adventure Cycling Association


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Adventure Cycling Association

Address:150 E Pine St
PO Box 8308
Missoula, MT 59807

Phone:406-721-1776
Fax:406-721-8754
Phone:800-755-2453
Web: www.adventurecycling.org
Established: 1973 as Bikecentennial. Description:Dedicated to bicycle travel. Seeks to inspire people of all ages to travel by bicycle, and explore the landscape and history of America for fitness, fun, and self-discovery. Provides information about bicycle touring routes and organizes trips. Members: 42,000. Dues: $33/year.
Publications: Adventure Cyclist (9x/year); free to members. The Cyclists' Yellow Pages (annual); free to members.

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Adventure Cycling Association is a nationwide, non-profit organization that encourages people to travel by bicycle.
Adventure Cycling Association has three major routes--Trans American route, Lewis and Clark route, and Northern Tier route (Figure 2).
Riders interested in a two-wheeled weekend adventure should start with the coast route map available from the Adventure Cycling Association.
RESOURCES: The Adventure Cycling Association map for this route includes two of the seven bike paths mentioned in the story: (800) 755-2453; www.
Past cycling grant recipients include Bikes Belong Foundation, Adventure Cycling Association, the International Mountain Bicycling Association (IMBA) and local cycling clubs from Los Angeles to Boston that promote safety, access and stewardship.
Amtrak partnered with the Vermont Agency of Transportation, Vermont Department of Tourism, Adventure Cycling Association, and other bicycle and passenger rail groups to form an advisory bicycle task force to oversee this project.
The bikers, for the most part, followed a route established by Montana-based Adventure Cycling Association, much of it along the Missouri and Columbia rivers - some on trails, most on back roads.
Adventure Cycling Association executive director Jim Sayer and cartographer Jenn Milyko will visit Washington and Oregon on April 6-8 to unveil the AACA's new 2,389-mile Sierra Cascades bicycle route and to share the latest news on bicycle travel and adventures in North America.
Established by the Adventure Cycling Association, based in Missoula, Mont.
Tim Hewitt, owner of Bicycles 101 in Florence, said many people figure the coastal town into their long-distance bicycling plans, thanks in part to the Adventure Cycling Association, which publishes maps.