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A Sentimental Return to the TransAmerica Trail After 31 Years


A Bikecentennial 76 Reunion and a Solo Ride from Baltimore to Columbus

1,442 miles (2,321 km) over 50 days from August 30, 2007 to October 18, 2007

Topic: Bicycle Touring  
Categories: Tour diaries, 1-3 months, Tidewater Potomac, TransAmerica Trail, East to West
Locales: North America, United States, Maryland, District of Columbia, Virginia, Kentucky, Ohio
Year: 2007

Permalink: http://www.crazyguyonabike.com/doc/VultureBill

Copyright © 2007-2014 By Bill Weir - (contact)

Status: Completed Oct 2007
Last update: Saturday February 2, 2013 18:31 (US/Pacific)
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Flowers soaked up the warm sun at Tabscott, between Mineral and Charlottesville.


Table of Contents

Introduction
Cycling to the Reunion in the wilds of Virginia
Moseying across Virginia on the TransAmerica Trail
The Hill Country of Eastern Kentucky on the TransAmerica Trail
Into Northern Kentucky
Across the Ohio River and Over the Hills to Columbus


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