Interesting. Was it because of the rumble strips forcing you into the lane or high traffic counts (or both)? Can you explain anymore? I plan to ride this next late May (oh the heat!) on my way to Silver City to do a northbound great divide.
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For my cross county ride this summer, I need advise on crossing Idaho into Oregon. Im looking at riding 20 thru Yellowstone. Riding A2 into Dubois, 22 to Arco, 20 to Interstate 84, where I would work my way up to Boise (67 and 78) and catch 26 across Oregon.
Is anyone familiar with these roads. Are they reasonable, or would I be better off catching the ACA route up to Missoula and back down? Thanks.
The "backdoor" of Theodore Roosevelt N.P. (North Unit) is a great option if you are willing to do 10 miles of dirt roads. (From ND 68 eastbound stay straight onto county road 7 miles; turn right/south 4 miles on paved county road; then left 3 miles with zigs to park) It's easier to find heading east to west than vice versa. Also the gate is usually locked - which means lifting your bike over - usually easier to remove panniers, first. Most importantly, you better have a map and know your directions - esp. in hot or cold weather.