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I will be accomplishing a solo, self contained bicycle tour that encompasses major cities  for fundraising purposes.  The route starts in Seattle, Washington and travels down to San Diego, California.  From there it will cross the southern tier of the US.  I want to end up in St. Simons Island, Ga.  I took a look at ACA maps, but it looks like your maps for the Pacific Coast and Southern tier avoid the major cities (which is understandable).  Do you have any suggestions that I might use?  I have about 2 years to plan this thing, however the quicker I can nail down a route; the easier it will be to set up fundraiser events for our non-profit.  I am looking to accomplish about 50 miles a day on average and the route I have roughly planned is about 3780 miles.

General Discussion / Re: Bicycling coast to coast off road....
« on: March 12, 2011, 10:51:39 am »

Hey thanks for the information!!   The ADT seems to be just what I need!!   I live in Lincoln, Ne right now, But I moved here from Lewes, De -- the eastern terminus for the trail.  I had no idea this trail ended there!  It looks like it ends about mile from where I used to live.  Small world!   This will certainly be a huge help!

General Discussion / Bicycling coast to coast off road....
« on: March 05, 2011, 07:44:50 pm »
Is there a way to bicycle coast to coast only (for the most part) on trails and paths??  I would love to travel coast to coast, but I really despise riding on roadways.  I am an avid path/trail biker and I have made quite a few trips in the past with a touring bike, I have toured the Blue Ridge Parkway, quite a bit of Utah and Idaho, and most recently done quite a bit of traveling in SW Nebraska.   

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