Forbes Includes Cycle of Life Adventures

Forbes recently included boutique bicycle tour company Cycle of Life Adventures in a story on adventure and nature travel. The Forbes story noted adventure travel is expected to recover about three to four years before mass travel and grow more rapidly. Included in trip examples was Cycle of Life Adventures’ Epic Mississippi River Bike Tour. The tour travels 2,057 miles from Minnesota,...
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Travel + Leisure Features Adventure Cycling Association

Travel + Leisure recently featured Adventure Cycling Association, a nonprofit bike travel advocacy organization, and the U.S. Bicycle Route System. The Adventure Cycling Association announced the designation of new U.S. Bicycle Routes in five states. Nearly 3,000 miles of new bike travel routes were designated in California, Washington, Utah, Indianapolis and Ohio. Additionally, two routes in...
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Adventure Cycling Association, Escape Adventures Featured in Wall Street Journal

The Wall Street Journal recently featured bike travel advocacy organization Adventure Cycling Association and mountain bike tour operator Escape Adventures. The story focused on active vacations that help travelers get back in shape after the COVID-19 pandemic. Destinations that were highlighted include Adventure Cycling’s Idaho Hot Springs Mountain Bike Route and Escape’s Aquarius Trail...
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Gear Patrol Highlights Adventure Cycling Association Diversity Effort

Gear Patrol recently highlighted Adventure Cycling Association in a story about a push to diversify the bike world. Known for its cross-country bike routes, Adventure Cycling is developing short routes from metro areas as part of an initiative to make bike travel more accessible. In addition, Adventure Cycling is providing stipends to help BIPOC Ambassadors and riders pedal off on overnight...
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TravelAwaits Touts Cycle of Life Adventures’ Epic Mississippi Bike Tour

Cycle of Life Adventures’ new Epic Mississippi bike tour was recently featured by TravelAwaits. Guests on the Epic Mississippi tour will ride from the headwaters of the Mississippi River at Minnesota’s Lake Itasca to its outlet at the Gulf of Mexico near New Orleans, coving 2,057 over 33 days. The tour is also broken into four shorter segments for those not up to the entire distance....
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