The U.S. Bicycle Route System Just Added 2,903 Miles of New Cycling Routes Across 5 States | Travel + Leisure

The U.s. Bicycle Route System Just Added 2,903 Miles Of New Cycling Routes Across 5 States
The U.S. Bicycle Route System Just Added 2,903 Miles of New Cycling Routes Across 5 States

On Aug. 9, the Adventure Cycling Association announced the designation of 18 new U.S. bicycle routes in five states. For all the cycling enthusiasts out there, that means it’s time to grab your helmets and favorite biking shorts in preparation for an exciting adventure.

The U.S. Bicycle Route System Just Added 2,903 Miles of New Cycling Routes Across 5 States

The new routes, which can be found in California, Indiana, Ohio, Utah, and Washington, add 2,903 miles to the U.S. Bicycle Route System (USBRS). According to a press release announcing the news, this is the largest addition to the system to date, both in terms of the number of designations and their total mileage. The cycling experience on two other routes in California and Florida have also been improved.


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