Well, I finish my trip and it was a blast, but not without some safety concerns.
Rode from the San Dimas area up the San Gabriels and down into the 395 through Mojave Desert.
I stayed on the 395 (Walker Canyon was a bit scary with all the STUPID RV'ers) until I got to Topaz, CA where I picked up hwy 89 up Monitor pass and down into Markleeville, ca.
BTW they have some hot springs there and a great campground right next to it....
Most of the ride was with no shoulder but it was not of much concerned as most drivers gave plenty of space when passing.
The one section I would not ride ever again is from Quincy to Greenville.
Great views but those damn logging trucks were scary as F&$% !!!
Cant really blame them as they are only making a living and the roads are very narrow with no shoulder period.
One of the high lights of the trip (there were many--good ones too) was Sierraville.
They have a hostel style hot spring with very reasonable prices.
Riding through Lassen NP was awesome and we had great weather all the way to Shasta.
Due to other reasons I ended my ride in Shasta, CA but boy what a great ride it was !!!!!
I wish they had more "Share the Road" signs for all the unaware drivers out there.... but that's probably have to do more with CALTRANS.
The maps I bought from this website were a bit inaccurate on the elevation scales the show for some sections.
Would I buy them again ? Hell no...
Would I recommend them? Hell no...
Be safe out there !!!!!
here are some pics !!!https://plus.google.com/u/0/photos/114893331908747383872/albums/5895468002997059697