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Routes / Trying to remember the name of...
« on: November 03, 2017, 11:23:37 am »
An RV park in (I think) Mississippi (along S Tier.).

I keep telling myself it's Washington's RV park, but I can't seem to find d it...

Anyway, I was sharing with some friends the story of attending a squirrel (on a stick..) cook-off at this place, graciously put on by retired Hell's Angels... 

If anyone has the AL/MS/LA section of S Tier map handy and can come up with the name, would be awesome...

Routes / Practical camping advice for Route 66
« on: August 01, 2016, 05:01:14 pm »
I'm looking for real world info for camping along Route 66
   Most of what I've read on the route references hotels, etc.   (I've yet to order the ACA maps, so I'm assuming options are available.)

« on: June 27, 2016, 06:58:12 pm »
As follows

Hand built Touring Gravel Cyclocross wheelset


Velocity Dyad Silver
Wheel Smith straight gauge spokes, silver
Brass nipples
Shimano LX front hub. 36 spokes

Velocity Dyad Silver
Wheel Smith straight gauge spokes, silver
Brass nipples
Shimano 105 5800 Hub. 36 spokes

Rear wheel includes Shimano 105 5800 Cassette
11-32 tooth

One owner
Very limited use. Less than 3 months
No damage to any part of wheelset
Rims are true and round
Spokes and nipples in excellent condition
Hubs roll as smoothly
Very limited chain wear on cassette
(Wheelset was custom built by Universal Cycles in Portland.)

Note:. As per the original custom build, the front hubs comes with LX silver skewer and rear hub comes with Black 105 skewer.

Classifieds / SOLD: Trans-Am Route Maps
« on: September 11, 2013, 06:27:33 pm »

Connecting ACA Routes / Trans AM Kentucky - off-route to Louisville
« on: June 07, 2012, 09:15:49 am »
Curious is anyone has any suggestions on best to head to Louisville from the mapped Trans-AM Section for Kentucky.  It looks close enough to just find a road and have at it, but it someone has a road in mind that's better than another, I'd be interested to know,



Classifieds / SOLD: Old Man Mountain Rack Set: Front and Rear
« on: May 10, 2012, 02:09:27 pm »
I am selling my OMM (old man mountain) racks as a set - both front and rear:

Front:  Sherpa (700c/29er): comes with mounts to attached to front hub - INCLUDES extra-long skewer.  I am including L-shaped brackets that allow "extenders" to attached to Canti-mounts

Rear:  Sherpa (700c/29er):  This is a the latest/newest version of the Sherpa.  I have had it about 2 months, as a result of a warranty replacement for my previous Sherpa.  The new version is wider, a tad longer, with larger diameter tubing.  BADASS!!!.  The rack will come with two attachment options:  1) To mount to hub (extra-long skewer NOT included) 2) Shorter mounts that attached to rack-mounts on frame. (options shown in photo)

I am the original owner on both:  They've been used, but not abused.  All bolts have been replaced as of three months ago.  Extenders on rear rack are less than 3 weeks old.

$120.00 plus shipping gives you the set.  PM me with any questions

Routes / Couple of questions
« on: August 08, 2009, 11:00:49 am »
I've spent a good bit of time here lately researching a transamerican route.  I'm currently living in Atlanta, and am entertaining (planning) to make a go for Vancouver.

I'm curious if anyone has made a trip west, from Atlanta.  I assume that I could go from Atlanta to Tupelo, MS on a my own route, then get on course with one of the ASA maps through to vancouver.  Just wonder what would be the best route from Atlanta to MS (or somewhere perhaps better...)



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