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As for the Lewis and Clark route across Western North Dakota, if the person rode the current route which uses a mix of I-94 and nearby frontage roads, he probably did not encounter widespread heavy traffic.
The NT through Iowa and southeast MN hugs the Misssissippi Valley, which is quite scenic. And you could make it to a place like La Crosse or St Paul where you could hop on Amtrak back to Union Station in Chicago.That is along the lines of what I was thinking. Or maybe as far as Fargo, ND, where one-way rentals might be available.
In the question and answer portion of the web site on this bike, the question was asked if the 250 pound rating was rider and gear and the answer came back from REI as rider and gear.
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