The author said Idaho was the most scenic state.
That wasn't my observation, but I didn't ride that specific route.
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Does anyone have any information on touring from Ketchum Idaho to Missoula Mt? Anything would be helpful!The route you probably would use in Montana is along the TransAmerica. I rode that and it was pretty nice riding for the most part. You can check my journal for some pictures and spotty notes at:
On recent tour I used hotels & motels, had I been a member of AAA I could have got a discount - just wondered if anyone has ideas on how to get discounts as coming from UK and not member of AAA I had to resort to fantasy reasons ie senior (actually thats not not a fantasy) being a member of SOLMOB (Silly old man on a bike) even when I explained what it meant and that I was the only member having made it up I did get some discounts. One time a receptioonist said it didn't matter as long as I was a member! and being a veteran but not from a USA conflict - we have plenty of our own.We often got discounts on campsites and while we didn't stay in motels much the one time we did they gave us one. We did this just by saying that we were riding bicycles coast to coast and asking if they had a cyclists discount. Even if they didn't have a policy that said they did, they usually offered one anyway.
Seriously does anyone know if we get discounts beinga member of ACA? If not maybe they could take it up.
1. What will I miss if I choose to do this route apart from ice cream in Missoula and Yellowstone.1. There was a lot of good stuff on the section you would be missing. I personally would not want to miss Yellowstone or the Tetons. I would also hate to miss Togwatee Pass We enjoyed lots of other places too.
2. Would it be a big mistake to take this route because its not very pleasant for example? If the published route is ALOT nicer than this route then I'd rather do the extra 400miles and run the risk of not getting to the other coast, a pleasant journey is much more important than the final destination.
i was thinking about the 'upper' chesapeake. there is a map i've seen that is about 335 miles. but the roads aren't really mapped out. thanks for your help.Start by getting a copy of the free Maryland Bicycle map. http://www.sha.state.md.us/SHAServices/mapsBrochures/maps/OPPE/maps.asp
It is amazing how your body exactly tells you what you need if you only listen. so perhaps you shouldnt worry about the balance of carbohydrates, fat or protein but just listen to your gravings.+1
I have Cantilever low profile brakes on a 26in mountain bike. My brakes doent work with my fenders. I really want to keep my fenders and tried new brakes and it still wont fit. I really need some help I have to go out tonight.What is the problem? Lots of bikes have low profile cantis and fenders, is it a clearance thing or what? Can you post a picture?
Hey, folks! Let's put the bear risk in perspective.
If going to Cherokee sounds right, consider heading west from there to Tennessee via the Cherohala Skyway http://www.cherohala.com/, the less-known cousin of the Blue Ridge Parkway. Just as beautiful and just as challenging.That sounds interesting. I will have to check it out. Have you ridden it?