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QuoteIf I am not mistaken, an sotry written by a duo who cycled come of it appeared in "Adventure Cyclist" magazine within the last year.
This is true. There is an article by Chuck Haney in the September/November 2009 Adventure Cyclist. Unfortunately, it is not showing up in our article archive at the moment. I'm tracking it down.
If I am not mistaken, an sotry written by a duo who cycled come of it appeared in "Adventure Cyclist" magazine within the last year.
You should be able to edit your post using the Modify Message link in the upper right of your message.
Let me know if that doesn't work for you.
Yes, it is there. Missed it.
Ah, can I blame my rare eye condition? Really, I do have one. Think some characters here are wrong but idiopathic juxta or parafoveal telangiectasis.
Actually, I think I didn't notice it because it is just small words. I also run a couple SMF forums and I think mine stand out better. I attached a snapshot of that in case you guys are interested. I thought this was a standard option but maybe I installed something.
Do you know if a way point file will be available to complement the maps for this route when the maps are released?
Had to reply to myself for this as it looks like the moderators have editing your own post turned off.
The reason(s) that the current maps route riders to Clifton and later
re-join the bike path in S Charleston is to route people past the front door
of The National Afro American Museum and Cultural Center in Wilberforce.
The route also takes people closer to Massies Creek Cemetery where Martin
Delany is buried. Martin DeLany is known as the father of Black
Nationalism, he was active n the URR, was the first African American officer
in the US army, met with Lincoln in the White House and shared a strategy
for winning the war. The original marker for his grave was small and had
his name misspelled. The museum raised money for a more appropriate maker
for a person of his stature and they are very proud of the project. Another
reason for the current routing is that it takes people right through the
campuses of two HBCU's Wilberforce University and Central State University.
Both have supported riders using the route.
From a historical perspective I like the current routing. From a pure
cycling perspective of getting from point A to point B staying on the path
would make more sense. So those are the trade-offs.
I am new to all this but I have a stupid question. Why are there no routes that go say from Chicago to Boise ID? Why do all route go so far north or south? I am looking to go from Chicago to Boise. Is the Lewis and Clark trail the only option? Just curious? I guess before I try to create my own route I should understand why no one has already created one.
Thanks for the education.
thanks for this as will be the route I am taking, can I just double check for North bound riders should it be after SR40 go North on SR 11 ?