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Not sure about the TransAm, but Northern Tier has Chilkoot Hill in Stillwater, Minnesota. It's a three-block stretch of 24% climb. It rises 100 feet over a distance of 700. There is an annual professional cycle race in Stillwater which includes this hill (Nature Valley Grand Prix). The first year, organizers tried to put pedestrian fencing on Chilkoot but it was sliding to the bottom. So this section during the race has a European feel w/o fencing.
ACA may want to consider mapping around Chilkoot.
I'm wondering if it might be worth the additional space on the official ACA maps to provide (at least in the case of the largest cities) mailing information like this for those five particular cities: I'm sometimes surprised at how many cyclists don't know about general delivery, or the FedEx Hold at Location service.
Also, I noticed the ACA has made some recent changes to the Atlantic Coast Route. Is this likely to outdate the waypoints that I download or will they be updated? Thanks in advance for any advice you can provide.
So... my question: Does ACA have any plans to create maps for Canada in the near future?