You might want to take a look at the maps from the state of Ohio found here:
Good luck and have a great ride!
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I now find myself living on an ACA route! Very cool. I'm not in the market for the maps, but I was wondering if anyone with a set could tell me if the climb along Hwy 58 goes all the way to Tehachapi, or does the route cut off at Keen and take the Woodford/Tehachapi road--very much preferred?
One MUST take Hwy 58 for about 5 miles (excellent shoulder), but the route really should cut off at Keen for a fine, quiet, super beautiful ascent. I frequently ride between Tehachapi and Bakersfield, and I've toured a few times from Tehachapi to Lake Isabella and beyond, so I know what I'm talking about.
Also I was thinking of calling WYDOT, what's everyone think of that idea?
As I understand it, to comply with the law, we are supposed to dismount and walk our bikes in the street?
Thanks, is there a way to get an idea of the departing dates?
I didn't mean to imply it only affected those coming from the south. More to clarify for MarthaP why 119 being open doesn't help.QuoteAs I interpret it, the trouble is that you're coming in (if coming from the south) on 279, and they have closed their portion of 279 to cyclists.
It's an issue regardless of the direction of travel. There is only one paved road through that area and they are restricting access to it to anyone who wants to cycle through. You may walk your bike only.
More information to be be posted on our blog later this afternoon or early tomorrow morning, http://blog.adventurecycling.org/.
Shouldn't that read Map 6 (not 7)
As I interpret it, the trouble is that you're coming in (if coming from the south) on 279, and they have closed their portion of 279 to cyclists.