Riding partner wanted

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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.

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This service is only available to Adventure Cycling members. All listings are reviewed by staff before posting. I have done 3 regional cycle trips solo, group-mostly supported, commercial-supported. Goals: mountain adventure, culture, vacation. I have some local contacts. Approx 5 weeks total. Tail end- to post-monsoon Sep. Lamayuru-Padum "road" or Spiti-Kinnaur loop didgreat also options. Looking for potential companions for a future trip to the Indian panhandle.

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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. Seeking companions for a coast-to-coast, self-supported credit-card tour, over a route covering portions of the Southern Tier, Route 66, the TransAmerica Trail, and Google Maps - in that order.

Overnights to be spent in hotels, motels; meals in restaurants, or on the fly; camping required in remote locations. me with your concerns, questions, or suggestions. Looking for a few riders to me on a traditional E to W ride on the TransAm. I plan on leaving the first week of May,and ride 40 to 80 miles a day with days off as needed. I will ride unsupported and will carry all of my gear.

Mostly camping, hostels, churches. Hotels when the weather is bad. I am a year-old male in riding shape but I like to enjoy the ride. Don't care how fast I go. Plan on taking 75 to 90 days. Well down on the waitlist for the Van Supported Tour, so I have been gathering partners to go self-supported. Current plan is mostly camping with hotels for zero days or if bad weather dictates.

Nice to have around 6, so if someone bails no one is left alone. Plan 1st virtual meet in early September for idea sharing and planning. Open to input. From there I will head east on the TransAm route at a similar pace, aiming to arrive in D. I am a college instructor focused on climate and energy issues.

I will be meeting people, writing, and doing interviews along the way. I like to camp, Warmshowers, and meet hosts en route. I have done lots of touring and would love to have similarly motivated people for any part of this trip. Get in touch about a more detailed itinerary if you want to meet along the way!

I'm a year-old and love long-distance riding, mph for 60 miles per day average. Would like to find a partner or 3 of similar age to start planning with. BTW I don't care what race, sex, or nationality you are, just be happy when the tough gets going Retired 65 year-old male RN with many long-distance tour experiences. Drive my Toyota Sienna minivan, towing Aliner A-frame camper; all driving and camping expenses paid. Expect to start in Seattle late March, then head down the West coast before zig-zagging east and then north; ending middle of September, Depending on the schedule of baseball home games, sometimes there will be five days to go miles, or five days to go miles.

Get out and see the USA! Denver maybe Cheyenne, Wyoming to start in September Slower trip: approx 50miles per day.

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Will take more northerly route to avoid heat! Motels, BnB, camping. Company for all or part would be great. Average only 55 kilometers 34 miles per day with plenty of time for photos and sightseeing. I'm a retired professor and experienced cyclist living in Portland, Oregon. If you're interested in ing me, let's chat. Looking for a few companions to ride the Camino de Santiago, May or June About a day bike tour to allow rest days and time to explore historic towns. Open to adjusting the schedule or meeting for just part. A biker can travel light with just their clothing, and services will move your bags to the next town so a SAG is not needed!

I am an experienced male cycle tourist in my 60s hoping to meet a few people to share this adventure with. For background on the Camino and the scenery go to YouTube. I am a year-old female looking for someone to me on my trip! Going to Southern Spain first 2 weeks of December for a somewhat non-traditional bike tour. It will be my first time to Spain so I want to do some sightseeing and hiking in the Sierra Nevadas in addition to biking.

The plan is to fly into Madrid and bus to Seville. I'd like to bike around Seville as well as sightsee. Maybe end with a few days biking in Malaga. I plan to use warm showers and hostels. Not going to camp at all for this trip. Send me a message if interested! Looking for a sociable companion over 35 who has a light sense of humor and enjoys good conversation to me on a day trip around the coasts of two of the friendliest and most ruggedly beautiful countries in Europe.

June-July Dinners in restaurants and pubs. Lively trad music most evenings. Ferries to the Aran Islands and other offshore islands, plus a few train rides. The route is flat, no traffic, miles through historic wine country, staying in pensions, small hotels, and zimmer frei. No Camping Probably 12 cycling days, 40 miles or so a day. The first 2 full weeks of September My name is Juliana and I'm currently in the United States. I'm interested in creating an experience bike touring in Europe while also remote working. So I need distances between towns that are short enough to do a moderate amount of cycling daily while still getting to a place that has good wifi early enough to put in a day of work.

Does anybody have recommendations on where to go? Do you know of a cycling association or bike shop in Europe that would? Would anyone like to me? As an educator who has also thrived over preventable brain trauma with helmet safety workshops, etc.

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I current am on a hiatus from touring because of a accident and now I am in rebuild mode to get my fitness back. I also have a YouTube channel to document my bike travels. Ok, so what am I looking for, well anyone who wants to ride. I am open to everyone.

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I was once lbs and now down to and dropping. Anyway, if you are out of shape, overweight, etc. And if you don't have a good bike, that's fine too cuz I am a bike mechanic and I can help. Ok, so what I would ultimately want is a person or persons who would like to travel the USA to see all that America has to offer, and if you're down, you could cohost the youtube channel.

Love to find a group for riding, SAG, or camping. Will try to overnight in hotels or Arbnb, but camping is a possibility. Planning the safest ro possible. About mph, miles per day. I am college-educated male, 70, but obviously not too bright or I would be staying in my easy chair. Contact me and we will set up a call to discuss this adventure. I'm an experienced year-old self-supported tourist, enjoys loops more than A to B. Next year I have some ideas for Maine.

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