The U.S. Bicycle Route System - Congrats to Georgia + Kansas!
"The U.S. Bicycle Route System will be Adventure Cycling’s lasting legacy to the country." - Victor
THANK YOU to our many supporters who donated to Adventure Cycling’s USBRS fundraiser this May! As the only organization providing nationwide coordination of the U.S. Bicycle Route System, we rely on supporters like you to help us develop new routes. If you haven’t donated yet, our match deadline was just extended to June 15, so there’s still time for your support to be doubled! Donate today.
Laura Crawford, USBRS Coordinator
13,733 Miles Designated
Coastal Georgia Joins the USBRS
We’re thrilled to announce the latest U.S. Bicycle Route to be officially designated: USBR 1 in Georgia. This 197-mile route rolls through the historic streets of Savannah and connects to over a dozen communities along the Atlantic Coast.
Explore USBR 1 and all designated routes in Georgia
Coming Soon to Kansas: U.S. Bicycle Route Signs
As part of their commitment to improving safety for cyclists and pedestrians statewide, Kansas DOT has announced that they will be installing signs on U.S. Bicycle Routes 66 and 76 by the end of this year! Check out our Facebook for a Sneak Peek
Did You Know?
With over 13,000 miles of designated routes nationwide, we’re willing to bet you may not know a few of these fun facts.
5 Fun Facts about the USBRS
Want to Bring Your Bike on Amtrak?
Learn more about Amtrak’s different bike services, where you can get your bike on or off an Amtrak train, and how to reserve space for your bike when you make a reservation.
How to Plan Your Bike Trip Using Amtrak
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