Hope this helps.
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I will be touring next May with wife and two college age kids. We are looking for a company to transport our luggage from hotel to hotel every other day for about 4 transports total. Does anyone know a company that can provide this service?
I removed yesterday's message, because my friends from Wagner actually went down through Marty today, and CoRd 2 is still out and closed 7 miles south of Marty. I will look for an alternative route next week and report back "from the scene".
As for Staggers, I would post a photo from our visit but I am sure it would violate the forum's guidelines.
When in Monroeville, assuming they are still there...
Stay in the town community building. Nicely cooled. When I was there in '99 there was a man who kept a journal with the names and home town of all the cyclists who passed through.
Pop into Staggers bar. Good local color.
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?