I also put on a Terry Liberator, but it's my understanding that the saddle that comes with the current edition is better than what the bike used to come with.
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indyfabz & johnsondasw - Your comments lead me to believe that the ACA maps suggested by Fred would round out many of my questions relating to overnights and supplies etc. From there, figuring out when I could jump an Amtrak home should allow me to flesh out a trip itinerary.
Thanks everyone. Looking at the wa.gov.winter passdates, it looks historically that route 20 is open by early May. Is it possible to start the NT route the first or second week in May?
When carrying cash, cards Etc, carry them in different places. Not in the same pannier or wallet. This way if you lose one, you have a backup. Also, when I left for my trip, I got all new cards. Those magnetic strips always fail at the worst times. And check the expiration dates!
Thank you all for the info......
The cold does not really bother me. Was more concerned about traffic. I have been on that road (drove) a couple of times, and as we know the traffic can be crazy.
Is there a big concern of bears and those type of things up that way?
What I would really like to do is to go down the pacific coast line, and I will probably have to start from Minnesota,