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... According to Google Maps, the auto road up Mount Washington is 30 to 40% grade. I ruined a car with manual transmission trying to do that many years ago, and ruined the brakes and transmission on the way down. ...
I believe true e-bikes, ones where you have to pedal rather than just power along without input, are considered bikes just about everywhere and are allowed on trails, at least on any trail the ECG would use.
... the spds put a lot of pressure on the balls of you feet...
...Does following the canalway slow you down much? I typically ride at about 14 mph without gear on my bike. Fully loaded with camping gear and with rest stops, I probably average 10 or 11 mph, but this is on paved highway surfaces. Did this surface of the canalway slow you down much?
...Canalligators, what guide book are you referring to? I'll be checking out your link to CrazyGuyOnABike shortly.