I'm planning to ride from Las Vegas to Austin, taking an upper bent through the southern part of Utah and down the middle of New Mexico. Mostly state highways, interstates, and a few detours on some gravel and mountain roads. I'm from Texas, I'm used to riding in 100º weather, in the winter in the 20's for short bursts. I've got the gear (heated liners all around, nice Rev'it goretex jacket, rain gear), so I'm confident the temps aren't going to hold me back much. Am I crazy to think this is doable for a warm blooded Texan? Here's my route: Vegas to St. George, UT Over to Springdale and down the Zion-Mt Carmel Hwy Kanab to Page, to Farmington, NM Over to Bloomfield down what looks like a dirtish Rd 4450 along Largo Canyon Towards Cuba and cut across the Valles Caldera on 126 Down Roswell and off to Texas I've attached a .GPX file if that helps. What am I getting myself into? A nice 4 day ride or a lot of trouble?