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Hello everyone, I would like any advice.

 

Thank you very much,

 

Jimmy

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Jami rode from Chicago, to Boston to Florida last year, she's not posted herself in seattle, but here's her tour blog and the map of her tour. 

http://www.balloonbiker.com/blog/

http://www.trackmytour.com/J3RHd#93631

Practice: Go on some local weekend tours first so you can iron our your routine.

Learn to fix your bike: Know what to do if you get a flat, or break a spoke, shifter, derailleur, cable, etc.

Wear sunblock, a helmet, and bike shorts.

Maybe Adventure Cycling Association can help with part of this route.  They might be a good resource to contact about it.

http://www.adventurecycling.org/routes/network.cfm

thanx for the links Liz! Jami had quite a trip and trackmytour.com is pretty cool 
 
Liz said:

Jami rode from Chicago, to Boston to Florida last year, she's not posted herself in seattle, but here's her tour blog and the map of her tour. 

http://www.balloonbiker.com/blog/

http://www.trackmytour.com/J3RHd#93631

Thanks Kelvin, I was thinking about doing local tours. Now I will most definitely will. 
 
Kelvin Mulcky said:

Practice: Go on some local weekend tours first so you can iron our your routine.

Learn to fix your bike: Know what to do if you get a flat, or break a spoke, shifter, derailleur, cable, etc.

Wear sunblock, a helmet, and bike shorts.

Thanx for the link JDFUN!
 
JDFUN said:

Maybe Adventure Cycling Association can help with part of this route.  They might be a good resource to contact about it.

http://www.adventurecycling.org/routes/network.cfm

Thanks for the commendation, liz!

The Erie Canal is really nice and takes you through some interesting areas. There is also camping along the canal. Mostly wherever there is moorage for boots, they'll allow a bicyclist to camp.

The ACA routes are pretty good, though I didn't always follow it since i often stayed with Warm Showers hosts.

Thank you BalloonBiker!

The Erie Canal looks like fun.

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