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Each year, hundreds of cyclists grab their maps, plan their tours, pack their panniers or trailers, and head for the open ro and trails of America. Many of these intrepid two-wheeled travelers would like to have company for the journey. If you're looking for a touring companion for your adventure, here's the place to start.
The cyclists below are all members of the Adventure Cycling Association, and they're getting ready to pack up and take off. Please note: Adventure Cycling assumes, but cannot verify, that the persons advertising here are truthfully representing themselves. You should always take some time to meet your prospective traveling companions and discuss your tour plans before you begin your travels together.
This is not a service or space for cycling personal nor is it a cycling dating service. Nor is it a space to advertise commercial bike tours. We will only post that are not commercial in nature. Create A New Listing. This service is only available to Adventure Cycling members. All listings are reviewed by staff before posting. Looking for potential companions for a future trip to the Indian panhandle.
Especially interested in exploring the rugged Tibetan terrain of Arunchal Pradesh, but would also like to see other provinces in this often-overlooked region. Considering starting in Darjeeling with a trek to the third highest mountain in the world. No date set, just seeing if other people are interested. This would be a rugged trip with some big climbs and rough ro, but an unparalleled cultural exchange. Also interested in Manali-Leh area and surrounding ro. Looking for a companion or group for approx. Start anytime May 31 - July 7.
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Denver maybe Cheyenne, Wyoming to start in September Slower trip: approx 50miles per day. Will take more northerly route to avoid heat! Motels, BnB, camping. Company for all or part would be great. Hi, I'm Mark. I'm 18 years old, and I'm looking for a companion to cycle with cross-country east to west. I also have some experience with bike mechanics. I've been preparing for this trip for over a year now. If you want to come along but plan to stop at a closer state, that's fine with me. My name is Gus. I've never done any large adventures on my own, so I would love to have some company along the way I'm not a mega athlete, so I'm going to start off slower, but am hoping to average around 60 miles a day, maybe more as the trip goes on.
Happy to go slower or try and go faster too! As a companion I can offer you some terrible jokes, a few mediocre riddles, and probably some of the loudest burps you've ever heard :. Hello, my name is Tee, I'm 22 and looking for companions for an adventure on the TransAm east to west.
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I would like to start in Pennsylvania, and my main area I'm getting to is Nebraska. I haven't been on the bike in a while and it can be considered a first time for self-contained cross-country bike tour. I'm ready to take this on and I'm looking for a few people to with me on the journey. Start off slow, 40 miles to then miles a day. Looking forward to hearing from you!
I'd like to still maybe do the ride unsupported but with another cyclist or two. I had originally planned on the Northern Tier but I'm not opposed to a cross-country route that's different, diagonal, or still northern. I'd be most interested in staying in motels, some camping and Warmshowers. I'm 67 and miles a day seems reasonable.
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Can't start till mid-July. Let me know if this sounds appealing. Flexible on route, miles per day, and accommodations.
Can still do the supported ride next summer if I can't find a riding buddy this year. It's my first major bike tour, so I am looking for a fun riding buddy to share the adventure with. Would be more than happy to hop on a phone call or thread for anyone interested. Old retired guy not able to loaded tour anymore, but still enjoy the open road and cycle touring. for details. Northern California to Rehoboth Beach, Delaware or vice versa.
Mid-September departure on an eBike set up for mile days. Seeking 1 to 3 riders.
Will stay in hotels, travel light, and have fun. I plan to preview the route s by car in to check out the desolate stretches and plan for recharging locations and overnight stops.
Chef on board. Meat and gluten diet.
Alcohol optional. We are 60 yr old, Ebike OK! I am an experienced long-distance road cyclist, and I am going to start my retirement with a cross-country trip eastbound on the Western Express at the start of June. I travel light, sleep in hotels, and eat well. I enjoy cycling by myself, but meals are better with company.
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This will be my second cross-USA tour. I'm looking for a companion or two to share the fun and expenses. Thank you! Hi there, I'm a year-old male and have being riding the Southern Tier generally eastbound in legs.
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This time I'd like to depart from Austin and possibly finish the route in St. Augustine, Florida but would consider something shorter. I don't expect to have to ride together all day but cool to check in a few times a day.
Warmly, Hari. My name's Andrew and I'm an year-old high school senior wanting to try my hand at bike touring before heading off to college.
You could continue on the trail until the East Coast, but my college is in Colorado so I will be stopping there. I am looking for companion s for added safety in s, so fellow newbies are welcome. I'm taking a cross-country trip this summer to visit a few friends and family members.
I'm leaving LA toward the end of June and planning on arriving in the Adirondacks at the end of August. If our paths overlap, it'd be cool to be bike buddies for a bit! I will be coming into the Adirondacks via Canada.
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