http://www.adventurecycling.org/routes/utahcliffsloop.cfm (be sure to click on 'more' for the rest of the story)
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I've made it to Portland and would like to cycle down the Pacific Coast from here. Since I have to hurry a bit I want to start at the coast. What is the best way to get there with a bike? Amtrak, Greyhound, Hitchhiking?
I live in Central Arkansas and noticed a bike route going through Little Rock towards the East- Route 80. Where do I get details on exactly where this route is and what towns it goes through?
My friend and I are currently riding westbound on the TransAm and don't feel the need to go to Missoula. We definately want to hit Yellowstone though, and were wondering if there was a more direct route from Yellowstone to the Oregon Coast (we're thinking Florence). Any suggestions?
[is the Mississippi River Trail the same as the Northern Tier trail shown on this website? I am looking for a good route from Minneapolis to Lawrence, KS.
In looking at the C&O tour, it noted that it was fully supported. What does that mean? Does this mean that all of your camping equipment,etc. is transported for you? Does this mean that the only things you have to carry on your bike are miscellaneous items such as repair equipment and spare tubes.
If this information is in another location on this web-site, please advise.
Thanks for your patience.
My other question is are all the routes (just ordered first route map tonight) on paved roads/trails? It seems like every picture they show are cyclists on dirt roads. My goal is to travel this route and stay on paved roads.