CDR, TAT & ADV routes Master Thread

Discussion in 'Americas' started by eakins, Feb 11, 2012.

  1. Yinzer Moto

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  2. eakins

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  3. mslow

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    Do you have the TPAT Trans Pennsylvania Trail?
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    Is there a thread or link for that?
    I'll add it.
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    This makes me happy. The more places we get to ride the better it is. Living in Washington I'm always paranoid that the hippies are going to shut down our riding places. I'm a tree hugger too, but I enjoy using the world we were gifted.
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    I like being able to get to and around in the forests. What would the hippies think if all humans were kept from going in to wilderness areas? I have degrees in Forestry and Resource Mgt. I love the forests. But they were created for multiple use. Glad to see some Foresters still believe that.
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    I've always thought it was a little goofy putting gates up on forest roads. How are we supposed to enjoy outside of we're blocked off from them? I don't know if the gates are needed or not, but I dislike being told no. Hippy riders need to unite lol. I think I've lost my mind from working too much.
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  12. eakins

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    Not sure where to ask for info from those that have shipped bikes back to east coast after the ride......arrangements/shippers prior to the ride?
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    Not sure if this fits because all paved (at this time), if not let me know and I'll nuke it.

    We have 8,500 miles of free routes available at www.driftlessroadadventures.com. All located in the Driftless Area of the Wisconsin, Minnesota, Iowa, and Illinois.
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  15. eakins

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    Can someone tell me where to find a thread about the new BDR that's being released early 2020 in the North Eastern US? I've been looking to see if there's any information about the need for permits in Maine since I know a large portion of the land is owned/leased by forest companies. The MAT that ran up through Maine I know there was a need for them and ran the risk of closed roads that changed from time to time.

    Thanks in advance for your help
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    https://advrider.com/f/threads/next-in-the-bdr-series-nebdr.1354738/
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  20. Ed@Ford

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    SNAKEOILER: When you go to the above link you'll find organizers appear to have avoided a route thru Maine because of the closure issues with forest property.
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