Sounds like an interesting idea.
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Be careful, going over 50 lbs may be a show stopper.
Something I really appreciate is my woolen cap and my gloves for chilly mornings. However, during summertime on the trans am you would never need that.Not necessarily true. In the Rockies you can get a short cold snap or even snow in any month of the year. We did the TA an especially hot year and still had a few cold mornings and a freezing afternoon/evening once as well. I took my light gloves and cap and used them in the Cascades and Rockies.
it is rigged strongly in favor of the Easterly travelerThis perception doesn't match National Weather Service monitoring data. The worst headwinds I've ever had in my life was the day I rode southeast from Wolf Point to Glendive, MT. The best tailwinds I've ever had in my life was the day I rode east from Cut Bank to Havre, MT.
My only thought to counter it is that it was valid for sure for that point in time only.