The Sierra Cascades Bicycle Route runs roughly parallel to the Pacific Crest Trail along the Cascade Range and Sierra Nevada from the Canadian border to the Mexican border.
For more information on this route or to print out the most up to date addenda for these maps please click here.
Reviewed by: A customer from Seaside,CA 6/29/10
We have used your maps many times and have found them to be excellent. The historical information is appreciated. The information regarding camping, lodging, bike shops, food, topography, etc. make these maps very important for bicycle travel.
Reviewed by: Keith Drury 7/1/10
The arrangement of information on these maps is much superior to the GDR maps... designed for easy folding in one square for riding with all data for the day in one place... nice job!
Reviewed by: Dave Welch 8/24/10
We had been waiting for these maps since they were first announced and very excited to recieve them. We are planning a ride North to south next year and until we actually ride the route won't be able to give a final rating but based on our experience using the maps for the northern route 5 years ago we expect them to be a big help. One suggestion is that there is little information on the maps about when some of the roads or passes may be open or closed for snow. I am particularly concerned about the rim road of Crater Lake area and for someone like us who is planning a trip many months in advance, some clues as to when these roads may be expected to be open for bike passage would be a big help. There is nothing more frustrating than planning a major trip and then finding out that the roads you need to travel are impassable.