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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.And it doesn't always distinguish between roads and rugged hiking trails.
When 12 links measures 1/16" over 12" you're at 5.2%, time to change.
hadn't heard of travelers staying at fire stations. Is this common?Yes. There are many fire stations identified on the TransAm maps as opening their doors to touring cyclists, and I've had success asking at others. Fire stations typically have showers and bunk beds, or at least floor space and/or lawn space for camping. They also often have WiFi and a break room.
I'm also looking for places to spend the night when riding across country. Is there a resource list somewhere?Camping? Hotels? Hostels? Home stays? Churches? Fire stations?