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A portion of what you are planning is the Great Divide Route from FR 055 westward to Lima. At Lima the route doesn't parallel I-15 but continues farther west and north (on gravel) to Grant which is west of Clark Canyon Reservoir. This routing is shown on the Great Divide Route #2 map.

Routes / Re: Florida loop
« on: January 03, 2014, 10:50:39 am »
Here is a link that shows the U.S. Click on Wind Direction/March:
And here is a website that might give you further info:

Most experienced cycle tourists will tell you half the time you'll have headwinds and the other half tailwinds, so it probably doesn't matter which direction you go.

This is a better place to post your listing:

Routes / Re: frontage road from billings to livingston
« on: December 09, 2013, 04:03:03 pm »
If you are starting in Red Lodge you can use Hwy. 78 from there to Columbus (on I-90). Between Columbus and Livingston, a distance of 77 miles, there are several places you will have to use I-90 because there are no other roads to ride.  Between exits 400 and 392, between exits 354 and 350, and between exits 343 and 337, a total of 18 miles, you'll have to be on I-90. The remainder of the distance you can use frontage roads, sometimes on one side and then on the other side of the freeway.

Routes / Re: St Paul to Fargo via Bemidji
« on: November 25, 2013, 12:50:33 pm »
Itasca State Park on map 70 is where the headwaters of the Mississippi River is located. You can read about it in the Field Notes text on section 5.

Routes / Re: Southern Tier Jan-Feb 2014 - where to spend rest days?
« on: November 21, 2013, 02:33:28 pm »
I thought the Gila Cliff Dwellings north of Silver City, NM, were interesting plus there's hot springs in the town.

Routes / Re: Northern Tier for the Non-Camper
« on: November 14, 2013, 02:49:52 pm »
Here's a website to check for B&Bs. It shows our routes:

Routes / Re: Northern Tier for the Non-Camper
« on: November 11, 2013, 03:15:59 pm »
Yes, i think you'll be able to do it by motel/B&B, etc. You might have to plan for some long days, and reservations are a good idea in the area of western ND and eastern MT. Motels in that area are being used by the Bakken oil field workers between Dickinson, ND and Glendive, MT. In eastern ND there is a stretch of 110 miles between Enderlin and Napoleon where we don't list any motels. On the addenda there is Cyclists Only Lodging/Camping listed in Gackle, which is 72.5 mi. w. of Enderlin. You could contact the person offering lodging to see what his set-up is and if you can stay without having a sleeping bag, etc. Or you could do some online searching to see if you can find a B&B nearby or you might have to ride parallel to I-94 where there are motels.

Routes / Re: Idaho Hot Springs Mountain Bike Route
« on: October 08, 2013, 10:40:09 am »
We have revised the availability date to January 2014.

Routes / Re: Route from MS river (Hickman, KY -Ferry) to Albuquerque, NM
« on: September 18, 2013, 10:28:18 am »
To go directly as possible you can contact the state bike/pedestrian coordinators for the states you plan to go through. Some of these states publish state bike maps that may help you plan your route.

It reopened on Sept. 12.

It reopened on Sept. 12.

It reopened on Sept. 12.

Trail Ridge Rd./US 34 through Rocky Mountain National Park is open to essential travel only. The entire park is closed to recreation due to heavy rain and the severe flooding along the Rocky Mountain Front during the week of Sept. 9, 2013. The town of Estes Park has lost many of its roads and bridges. To avoid the area you will need to use the Berthoud Pass Alternate shown on the map. Check this link for further information:

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