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On there is an associated bill

LC2196   Not Assigned   Requester   (C) Draft Back for Redo   01/19/2017   Restrict bicycle, pedestrian travel on certain rural highways

The detailed bil information is here:

and the current draft is here:

New language in the above draft includes
     (5) (a) A bicyclist may not ride on a two-lane highway outside the boundaries of a municipality when there is no paved shoulder on which to ride.
     (b) For the purposes of this subsection (5), "bicyclist" includes a person riding a moped."

The route is closed due to the royal gorge fire.  You can get the latest information at  As of 1pm Tuesday June 12 "U.S. Highway 50 is closed in both directions from the Canon City Water treatment plant (1st Street) to Highway 9. Temple Canyon road has also been closed."

Routes / Northern Tier is intact again
« on: April 20, 2012, 07:28:10 pm »
ACA has updated the northern tier route, and it is once again contiguous.  Thanks. Thanks. Thanks.

You can see the entire route including the changes in North Dakota here:

Routes / Trail of the Coeur d'Alenes
« on: February 20, 2012, 08:14:25 am »
I am interested in possible routes from Missoula that use the Trail of the Coeur d'Alenes and then go west to Seattle.  Some possibilities I am considering are a connection with the Northern Tier in Sandpoint or connection with the Lewis & Clark at Lewiston or another point to the west.  This seems like a rather large deviation to pick up the 70+ mile Trail of the Coeur d'Alenes, but that trail looks very nice.  I am fine with the extra miles if the connection can be done on roads that make for good cycling.

As of June 20, 2010 Windigo Pass, and thus the Windigo Pass alternate, is impassable due to snow.  This does NOT effect the main route.

Routes / Sierra Cascades Online
« on: April 30, 2010, 11:12:16 pm »
I have added online maps for the new Sierra Cascades route that you can view with a geographic browser (e.g. Google Earth) or your web browser.  These files were generated from the Adventure Cycling Association National Bicycle Route Network GPS Data.  They are intended for browsing, not navigation.  I recommend the official paper maps when it comes time to get on the route in the real world.

They may be found on the main page
or a direct link for the geographic browser file is
and a direct link for the web browser map is

Thanks to everyone who made this route a reality.

Routes / Google Earth files of Adventure Cycling Routes
« on: November 22, 2007, 10:57:22 pm »
I have placed KML (actually KMZ) files of the adventure cycling routes on my website.  You can view these in a geographic browser such as Google Earth.  These files were generated from the Adventure Cycling Association National Bicycle Route Network GPS Data.  I find these useful for planning next years trip, or for remembering last years trip.  Perhaps someday they will be hosted on the adventurecycling website.


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