The TET thread is more or less exclusively PDF replies anymore, so I started a new thread for this bit of info... Rode the top half (about 200 miles) of the north-south TWVT yesterday, from East Liverpool down to Glenville (at US-33). Tons of drilling going on in the area, which means two things for the TWVT. Pipeline construction is everywhere: We were stopped by probably 20 construction zones with flaggers and lanes closed; not a huge deal. The bigger issue though, they're going crazy paving roads in preparation for the heavy equipment. We covered at least 30 miles of fresh pavement that had till recently been dirt/gravel, and we were on another couple stretches that were in the preparation stages. (There's also a bridge out by Wheeling that necessitates a 15 mile detour, but that'll be taken care of in a month or so) Still a great ride and I'm very appreciative of those who put the time in. It is a killer mix of twisty fun pavement, tiny backroad pavement, gravel, dirt, and just a bit of mud/creeks/challenges. Great on a big (adventure) bike. It's going to be tougher to get the rest of the route in, as I was easily able to make a day and a half loop out of this part: Is the southern stretch any more challenging or prone to muddy conditions? Still very big bike friendly? I'll get down there at some point!