I see that route continuing to grow in popularity, especially once (if) AMTRAK gets their act together and improves their bike on train options.
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On my trip across the US in 2012, I used the interstate highway across North Dakota, the only state which allows cyclist on the interstates, as I understand things.
From this single experience compared to the thousands of miles on back roads, I know for sure that cycling on the interstate highways in the US is much safer
I would like to see AdventureCycling take this on as a campaign to get this stupid prohibition lifted right across the US. If I were a US citizen I would certainly start such a campaign