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For paved roads, the east and midwest have the western states beat. There are numerous county and state paved roads connecting all of the small towns in the east and midwest. All of the farm towns up and down every river. The west does not have many towns. And the few roads connecting the few towns are main, highly traveled roads. The west does have the advantage of every paved road being a scenic road through the mountains.
Would (or did?) he prefer backpacking or bike touring? It is curious to ponder that many great physicists and mathematicians love to walk.
These days I'm getting back into rock climbing--an original passion of mine--and I'm thinking about long-distance back packing, too. NO cars on wilderness single track!I'm doing more climbing and hiking than biking these days, even at age 64. I sport climb once or twice a week in season and hike regiularly, too. I bike usually about once a week. If you are around WA, and want to colimb, let me know.