The page for rear racks is very mildly NSFW. The front rack page is completely safe.
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For the past 25 years Yellowstone N.P. has done practically nothing for cyclists.They repaved a road in Grand Teton last year and put nice wide shoulders on it. It was great.
Are there really cyclists who want/use this info?Yes, I use these maps frequently and find them very helpful.
I might also mention that the National Parks have a "no turn away" policy for cyclists in campgrounds, even when advertised as full.Many of them, but not all of them. Check before you rely on this.
Do you guys know where I can try and make the shortcut?There will be many, many opportunities to cut off 5 miles here and 10 miles there. You can shave miles by taking a hundred little shortcuts (not that I would really advise it--you'd do better to try to figure out how to get more time).