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If you want to visit NYC and camp, there is a campground in Newark, New Jersey just outside New York.
The park is essentially a parking lot for RVs but they have a small grass area by the showers where you can put up a tent. They charge $50 a night for a tent with up to 4 people. They are about a 5 minute walk away from the PATH train which runs every 15 minutes to the centre of Manhattan. It's not a great place to stay, but it is cheap and we'll located.
Aug-Sept brings the highest possibility that a hurricane will affect your trip
Guess I'll just call bike shops when I get there. It's good to know that most will do this.
I have 52/11 and very often wish I had a higher gear, and I have never raced.My problem with the excessive use of 11T cogs is that you give up a far more useful interior cog to get it.
Now I really wanna do it, thanks for the reply. Sounds just like heaven. I was gonna do the Atlantic Coast for a similar distance Boston--Philly then after reading reviews online I thought, for my first solo tour that just sounds like hell. Now Vermont is supposed to have some nice quaint little towns and I am pretty excited about that.
Well, North Dakota isn't the most exciting place to ride. But if you want to tick off coast-to-coast, I suppose you better continue where you left off. Once you get to Minnesota, the riding will get better.