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If you are using panniers, you are not on a credit card tour. You are on a full scale loaded expedition tour.
Their are only a handful of companies that make tubes, and chances are the same manufacturer is making them for REI and your local bike shop.
This was probably a bad run of tubes.
... I strongly suggest taking ample food and water. There is no food available at the top. Cannot remember if there was any water...The visitor center at the top has nice indoor restrooms and plenty of water, but no food and no eating in the building. At least this was the case in 2000, when I last rode it.
Start early! It takes about 45 minutes to ride from Sprague Creek to Logan
Creek and about three hours from Logan Creek to Logan Pass. When you come
back down from Logan Pass, the section between Sprague Creek and Apgar will
be completely closed to bicycle traffic, regardless of direction. Thanks
so much for checking with us ahead of time. We look forward to seeing you
I can't find "Logan Creek" on the Park Map but it is somewhere east of McDonald Lodge and perhaps close to where the real climb begins going west to east.
We hope to do an up and back down from the west side around June 16 IF IF the weather and construction cooperates. Odds are probably not in our favor.
If I go on an inn-to-inn tour with ACA,...
I think the best way is to ride your route and let us know the actual mileage!!!I know your comment was tongue-in-cheek, but there are many reasons for differences in actual mileage ridden and official map mileage. I rode the TransAm, which has an official mileage of 4241.5, and I adhered religiously to the route, but my mileage came out 4488. The difference is all those little accumulated trips to the grocery store, the swimming pool, the restaurant, the campground, etc. It only amounted to an average of 3 miles a day, but it adds up.
A few days ago, Cycle Oregon sold out two thousand seats in less than 12 hours.
Did you miss your chance to sign up? Bummer!
Come join me on Ride Idaho.
If you have your heart set on Kalispell, I would take U.S. 93 to Whitefish....
Who has ridden Rt # 2 from Libby to Kalispell and how was traffic and shoulder? We'd be doing it in 2nd week June.
And from Kalispell to West Glacier? Route? Conditions? I note that Google Map Bike has some options from Kalispell to Columbia Falls that are off #2. From Columbia Falls to West Glacier seems to be primarily on #2. Shoulder w/o rumble strip?