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The reason for my worries is mainly the McKenzie Pass which has been mentioned numreous times in this forum. The snow might stay well into July.Okay, now I understand. I don't normally think of McKenzie Pass as in the Rockies. Although McKenzie Pass can stay closed until July, that's the exception not the rule. I wouldn't let it rule my trip. Furthermore, Santiam Pass is available as a good alternative.
I do bicycle 125 mi/day and with the snow in the Rockies I have to start quite late in June (in VA) in order to do the mountains without closed roads.This doesn't make sense to me. There's very little chance of closed roads in the Rockies on the TransAm route after June 1, and only a small chance after mid-May. Even at 125 miles a day, you could still start in May in Yorktown.
a few thousand volts will go right through the tireMore like a few billion volts.