Adventure Cycling Association will be in Pittsburgh on Feb. 27 & 28 to Promote Their Newest Route

Celebrate the Joy of Bicycle Travel and learn about the Underground Railroad

The Adventure Cycling Association is traveling the midwest to promote their newest route – and will be stopping in Pittsburgh for a couple of days.

Join us on February 27 or 28 with Jim Sayer, executive director of Adventure Cycling Association, America’s bike-travel experts. Enjoy food and drink, meet kindred cycling spirits, learn the latest about bike travel and cycling in North America — including Adventure Cycling’s new 520-mile Underground Railroad Detroit.

Alternate route, which traverses Ohio, Michigan and Ontario — and discover new bike-touring resources. The event on the 27th will be a happy hour mixer with a short presentation; the event on the 28th will feature a longer presentation at Carnegie Mellon.

Please RSVP at or 800-755-2453 x211 and we look forward to seeing you in Pittsburgh!

Monday, February 27

5-7 pm at Over The Bar (OTB) Bicycle Café 2518 E. Carson St in Pittsburgh

No-host food & drink at happy hour prices. Mixer and short presentation.

Tuesday, February 28

7-9 pm at Carnegie Mellon University, Porter Hall, Room 125C Oakland

Longer presentation on bike travel. Light snacks and drinks provided.

For more info on this event and Adventure Cycling, check out their website

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