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Routes / Re: touring route for california
« on: January 20, 2012, 11:30:59 am »
If you want to plan your own route you should take a look at Krebs Cycling Maps. They are suitability maps for the areas around San Francisco.

http://www.krebscycleproducts.com/

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Routes / Re: Fort Erie, NY?
« on: January 20, 2012, 11:18:40 am »
Thanks for letting us know. We'll get it corrected.

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State Hwy. 14 east of Cedar City is closed due to a landslide and the clearing/reconstruction will extend into the summer of 2012 so there's a detour to get around the closure. See this link for updates: http://www.udot.utah.gov/main/f?p=100:pg:0:::1:T,V:3571
Eastbound, from the intersection of Center St./SR 14 and Main St./SR 130 in Cedar City, head north on Main St./SR 130. At 4.1 mi., turn right onto Old US Hwy. 91 which parallels I-15. At 12.1 mi., cross I-15 and enter town of Summit (no services). Stay on Old US Hwy. 91. At 19.4 mi., enter Parowan (all services) and turn right onto E 200 S/SR 143. Begin climb. At 30.8 enter Brian Head (lodging and restaurant). At 35.3 mi., turn left following SR 143. The Cedar Breaks Visitor Center is 4.7 mi. S. from this point. At 40.1 mi., rejoin route at the intersection of SR 143 and CR 240/Red Desert Rd. 
Westbound, from the intersection of SR 143 and CR 240/Red Desert Rd., continue on SR 143. At 4.8 mi., turn right following SR 143. The Cedar Breaks Visitor Center is 4.7 mi. S. from this point. At 9.3 mi., enter Brian Head (lodging and restaurant). Begin descent. At 20.7 mi., enter Parowan (all services) and turn left onto Old US Hwy. 91 which parallels I-15. At 28 mi., enter town of Summit (no services), then cross I-15. Stay on Old US Hwy. 91. At 36 mi., turn left onto Main St./SR 130. At 40.1 mi., rejoin route at the intersection of Main St./SR 130 and Center St./SR 14 in Cedar City.

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State Hwy. 14 east of Cedar City is closed due to a landslide and the clearing/reconstruction will extend into the summer of 2012 so there's a detour to get around the closure. See this link for updates: http://www.udot.utah.gov/main/f?p=100:pg:0:::1:T,V:3571
Eastbound, from the intersection of Center St./SR 14 and Main St./SR 130 in Cedar City, head north on Main St./SR 130. At 4.1 mi., turn right onto Old US Hwy. 91. At 12.1 mi., cross I-15 and enter town of Summit (no services). Stay on Old US Hwy. 91. At 19.4 mi., enter Parowan (all services) and turn right onto E 200 S/SR 143. Begin climb. At 30.8 enter Brian Head (lodging and restaurant). At 35.3 mi., rejoin route at the intersection of SR 143 and SR 148. The Cedar Breaks Visitor Center is 4.7 mi. S. from this point. 
Westbound, from the intersection of intersection of SR 143 and SR 148, turn right. The Cedar Breaks Visitor Center is 4.7 mi. S. from this point. At 4.5 mi., enter Brian Head (lodging and restaurant). Begin descent. At 15.9 mi., enter Parowan (all services) and turn left onto Old US Hwy. 91. At 23.1 mi., enter town of Summit (no services), then cross I-15. Stay on Old US Hwy. 91. At 31.2 mi., turn left onto Main St./SR 130. At 35.2 mi., rejoin route at the intersection of Main St./SR 130 and Center St./SR 14 in Cedar City.
   
 

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Routes / Re: NT vs NT+Lakes
« on: December 27, 2011, 05:20:45 pm »
ACA uses the Northern Tier + North Lakes + Lake Erie Connector routing because feedback from leaders and participants on past trips were saying they got tired of all the farms and cornfields on the traditional Northern Tier. The mileage is about the same.

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Routes / Re: Lewis & Clark
« on: December 16, 2011, 02:54:36 pm »
We are in the process of making major changes on both the Northern Tier and Lewis & Clark routes and remapping a new route through North Dakota to avoid Williston and the area between Williston and Minot. The new Northern Tier section3 and 4 maps will be available in early May and the new Lewis & Clark section 3 and 4 maps will be available in late June.

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Routes / Re: Addendums
« on: December 09, 2011, 05:09:53 pm »
Further clarification....
The addenda you get from ACA online or through the store will match the map version that you have. If a new map has been printed since you purchased your map there will possibly be an addenda for it. So you will have to get the most current addenda to match your map plus the newest map addenda.

If this is still confusing please call me. Maybe it will make more sense if we talk. 800-755-2453x218.

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Routes / Re: Addendums
« on: December 08, 2011, 05:50:58 pm »
I can't answer that because I don't know. It's possible that there may be updates. I guess I can think of a situation where a bike shop moved to a new address and we noted it, then several months later it was sold and it now has a new name. So we would update the addenda with the new info. But I can't say yes, the addenda will change from what you presently have.

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Routes / Re: Route from Badlands National Park, SD to Michigan
« on: December 06, 2011, 10:47:18 am »
Be sure to check out the ferry schedule and prices if you plan to use it.
http://www.ssbadger.com/content.aspx?Page=schedule

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Routes / Re: Transam East to West 2012 Advice Sought
« on: December 02, 2011, 04:00:29 pm »
Contact the Richmond bike shops listed on the map; if they can't do it ask if they can recommend another bike shop. Or google "Richmond, VA bike shops" and find one close to the airport. You could also ask the bike shop if there is a hotel nearby.

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Routes / Re: Addendums
« on: December 02, 2011, 12:23:11 pm »
Just before you leave on your trip go to the following link and you will be able to print the most current addenda for your maps. We update addenda every month, though it is possible that not every map's addendum will have changed. If you look at the addenda you received you will see a date in parentheses (for example, Oct 2011) for each map panel entry. If your copy shows (Aug 2011) and the one online is (Oct 2011) that means it has been updated. That's the way you can tell if an entry has been added since you received your maps a few months ago.

http://adventurecycling.org/routes/addenda.cfm

If you don't have access to a computer you can call us and we will mail you the current addenda for your maps.

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Routes / Re: Florida Connector and afew questions
« on: December 02, 2011, 11:02:49 am »
You can always check the Crazy Guy On A Bike website to see if anyone has written a journal about a specific route.
http://www.crazyguyonabike.com/

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Routes / Re: Southern Tier accommodation questions
« on: November 29, 2011, 01:51:59 pm »
Maybe you have already done this but have you tried calling the campgrounds listed on the map and asking if they have a cabin to rent? Sometimes they do. Also, about 4 mi. N. of Perkinston is a town called Wiggins. It looks like there's a motel:
Hampton Inn & Suites Hotel
1121 East Frontage Drive, Wiggins, MS 39577
(601) 528-5255

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For an answer to your #2 question see the topic "Southern Tier from early January to early March" and the post by Lingen. And you can go to Warmshowers.org and look for the map that overlays ACA routes in the U.S. to see where you might find overnights.

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Routes / Re: Natchez Trace Maps
« on: October 03, 2011, 10:59:23 am »
ACA's Great Rivers South map sections 2 and 3 shows routing on the Natchez Trace with the exception of the northernmost 40 miles. You could start in Nashville and then at about mile 40 on the Trace you can use these maps for the remainder of the Trace to Natchez.

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