Route

Route is subject to change with direction of actual and metaphorical winds.


A little more detail (mapping is for a car, no interstates for me)

Leg One: Philadelphia to Chicago
Date Completed: 5/21/11
Days Traveling: 31
Days Riding: 21
Total Miles Traveled: 1,200
Estimated Feet Climbed: 26,000


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Leg Two: Chicago to Fort Collins
Date Completed: 7/8/11
Days Traveling: 72
Days Riding: 44
Miles Traveled: 2,825
Estimated Feet Climbed: 27,900


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Leg Three: Fort Collins to Seattle
Date Completed: 8/28/11
Days Traveling: 122
Days Riding: 79
Miles Traveled: 4,600
Estimated Feet Climbed: A lot


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Leg Four: Seattle to San Francisco
Days Traveling: 149
Days Riding: 105
Miles Traveled: 5,600

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Leg Five: San Francisco to Los Angeles
Days Traveling: 161
Days Riding: 112
Miles Traveled: 6,200

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6 Responses

  1. Remy Glock

    Hey Lowell!

    Hope your adventure is going well! When do you think you will be in San Francisco? If near the end of August, I may be in the West coast again. Otherwise, hope to see you in Chicago!

    Remy

    May 25, 2011 at 6:29 am

  2. Yo Lowell, where are you? I’m here with another Jersey boy surfing my couch and headed over Afton Mtn!

    June 5, 2011 at 2:32 pm

  3. chris eagan

    This is so gangster, cant deny being a bit jealous man. Right on!

    June 20, 2011 at 12:54 pm

  4. Kaye Cook

    Hey Lowell, it’s been a week since we rode with you from Sioux Falls to Vermillion and we’re wondering how far you made it. Wendell was pretty tired out, but will be back on his Catrike soon; there’s family coming from Texas in a couple weeks, and we’re all going to the bike trails here in Sioux Falls. Our best to you! Steve & Kaye Cook

    July 3, 2011 at 3:15 pm

  5. GradyPhilpott

    I really admire your spirit of adventure. Good luck in your travels. These will be some of the most memorable times of your life.
    Congratulations.

    July 3, 2011 at 5:16 pm

  6. Nancy Rayburn

    Enjoyed our visit at the PO in Torrington. Hope you found a place to camp at Pioneer Park. Watch out for those hay trucks! Safe travels and take care.

    July 7, 2011 at 10:37 am

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