Trends, Trails, and Techniques
Learn how to be successful in your bicycle tourism initiatives.
Presenters: Laura Crawford, Bike Tourism Specialist, The Path Less Pedaled; Russ Roca, Bike Tourism Specialist, The Path Less Pedaled; Saara Snow, Travel Initiatives Coordinator, Adventure Cycling Assoc.; Alexandra Philips, Bicycle Recreation Specialist, Oregon Parks and Recreation Dept.
Traveling by bicycle is growing in popularity across the US and the demand for bicycling destinations is creating unique opportunities for communities and parks. Learn how to be successful in your Bicycle Tourism initiatives. Adventure Cycling Association provides a national overview of bicycle travel trends, The Path Less Pedaled shares case studies of successful bicycling destinations, and Oregon State Parks presents improvements to their hiker/biker campsites and examples of bicycle-friendly park enhancements that encourage bicycle tourism.
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