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Hello, fellow-cyclists --
We have started this forum in response to requests from many of the folks who were at a member gathering in the Denver area last September.
It took a while to get it set up, because the folks in ACA's Missoula office had to wait until they acquired new software to manage their online forums. Nevertheless, we're finally up and running with the first-ever electronic exchange for Adventure Cycling members in a single state.
We'll be moderating this forum, and we look forward to meeting and cycling with many of you.
Frank Moritz & Wally Werner
My wife and I live in Bay City and toured around Superior last year (2008). We went through Munising. The Bong Bridge at Superior/Duluth was a great experience. It is very high, very long, and very safe. There is a separate path that is walled off from traffic. We posted the tour on CGoB "Lake Superior - Clockwise". Hope the info helps your planning. Day 34 and 35 have pictures of the bridge.
You and I corresponded earlier this year about the NT route. Mine is finalized as follows. We will follow the route from Anacortes to Osceola, Minnesota which is on the Wisconsin state line north of St Paul. We will proceed due east through Wausau and return to the Great Lakes routes near Shawano, Wisconsin from where we will follow the route to Manitowoc. We will cross on the ferry from there to Luddington, Michigan and then take the connector route across Michigan into Ontario entering at Marine City. We'll cross Ontario basically along the north shore of Lake Erie and rejoin the NT at Erie Fort. From there it will be the NT into Bar Harbor.
I've got it plotted out at about 3,800 miles and 65 riding days averaging a little less than 60 per day. We plan to leave Anacortes on June 2 and hope to arrive in Bar Harbor about August 20.