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A word of caution, at least for Google bike routes, is that it does not distinguish between paved and non paved roads so if you want paved roads be careful. Sometimes you can use the satellite view to tell if it is paved or not.
We were stopped at Sprague traveling west in the afternoon and required to stop until 4PM. So there are some west-bound restrictions.
First question if you can get over the pass in Glacier Nat. Park if you follow Going to the Sun Rd. As to the East, I rode Northern Tier New England section in Oct. I encountered torrential rain, hail, snow flurries, hurricane winds, and temperatures down to the 20s.
If you've already registered, contact your tour leader and ask about handling bikes. Otherwise, Adventure Cycling can give you some good tips if you email them.