Support Adventure Cycling as a Member

Apparently, the Bike Overnights website manager, Mac McCoy, thought he could escape his computer for two weeks and ride the Grand Canyon North Rim without consequence. Clearly he thought wrong, as the Adventure Cycling Association membership team is taking over today’s post to thank our current members, and to provide prospective new members with a special incentive if you join by June 30th.  

It’s likely that this is old news to you, but BikeOvernights.org is a free resource provided by Adventure Cycling Association. As much as we hate to intrude on your regularly scheduled tale of Bike Overnight adventure, we are proud of each and every one of our 47,000 (and growing) members, and we want to take this opportunity to thank all of you for being a member.

Drew, Kristoffer, and Andre, from Courtney, B.C., Vernon, B.C., and Field, B.C. Date: April 16, 2014. Trip: Vancouver, B.C., to the Atlantic Ocean.

Your support as a member enables us to provide cyclists all over the world with the tools and resources necessary to travel by bicycle. You’ve allowed us to build, maintain, and expand our Adventure Cycling Route Network that encompasses more than 40,000 miles of mapped roads throughout North America.

You also allow us to maintain free resources that both educate and connect bicycle enthusiasts worldwide. These resources include this very website you’re looking at now, our online Forum, How-To Department, Social Media networks, as well as Bike Bits, our twice-monthly e-newsletter. Take a look at all of the resources you make possible here.

If you’re not a member and you like what we’re doing, we would love to have your support. To sweeten the pot, we’re offering first-time members of Adventure Cycling a free Lizard Skins chainstay protector if you join by Monday, June 30th, 5:30pm MST. Your membership will entitle you to nine annual issues of Adventure Cyclist magazine, up to 30 percent off our maps, and access to discounts through our affiliate partners.

Join today, and be a part of North America’s largest bicycle travel community.

 

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