Companions Wanted

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Each year, hundreds of cyclists grab their maps, plan their tours, pack their panniers or trailers, and head for the open roads and trails of America. Many of these intrepid two-wheeled travelers would like to have company for the journey. If you're looking for a touring companion for your adventure, here's the place to start. The cyclists below are all members of the Adventure Cycling Association, and they're getting ready to pack up and take off.

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Africa

Cycling Morocco Jan 2019

Created: Nov 21, 2017

Hi, I'm Ann (56 yrs.). Dreaming of touring Morocco by touring bike, self-contained. Approx 1 month January/February 2019. I have a lot of long-distance touring experience, however have not yet toured in Africa, but would love to do so. Seeking one experienced touring partner, used to the outdoors, camping, easy going, and no flaws please. I live in Switzerland. Nothing planned yet. After first contact via email, communication rather on skype, facetime, whats-app. Curious / Interested? Please write Email

Around the World

NOW: Austin TX to warmer climes... or whatcha got?

Created: Nov 27, 2017

I started this ride in NYC 9.14 planning on Mexico but the riding companion I met in NOLA three weeks ago liked to drink too much for my taste; I'm easy-going, but sloppy drunk every night resulting in postponing riding wears thin fast. I now find myself in Austin solo again hoping something will turn up — I'm incredibly flexible at this point just wanting to keep riding until March or so with the primary goal of staying warm ... tired of the cold dark winters ... brrrrr. Check me out on warmshowers: Mike Grace, Pueblo, CO, or FB, or read my ride report (weeks behind) at my website: http://moron.world/index.php?topic=4.0 719.766.6039, TIA for any interest - let's roll while we can! Email

Asia

Kyrgyzstan June and July 2018

Created: Nov 21, 2017

Hi, I'm Ann (56 yrs). Planning on touring Kyrgyzstan by touring bike, self-contained. Approx 2 months, June and July 2018. I have a lot of long-distance touring experience, however have not yet toured in any Middle East country, but would love to do so. Seeking one experienced touring partner, used to the outdoors, camping, easy going and no flaws please. I live in Switzerland. Nothing planned yet. After first contact via email, communication rather on skype, facetime, whats-app. Curious / Interested? Please write Email

Saigon to Bangkok

Created: Oct 9, 2017

Want to ride on a tight budget — I think it can be done for $200. I'm looking for 2 or 3 like-minded people to go in January 2018. Email

Vietnam - Hanoi to Saigon

Created: Jun 23, 2017

In 2016 I organized a successful group ride in Vietnam and would like to do it again in 2018. The ride will leave Hanoi around March 8 and arrive in Saigon around April 4. The trained and licensed bilingual Vietnamese tour guide we used in 2016 is available. We'll stay in hotels every night and have van support for our gear. Shared expenses ran about $3,500 each. It will take four or five of us to make this work. Lots of photos and info available. Email

Indian Himalaya again

Created: Apr 3, 2017

I organized a successful 2016 trip with Adventure Cycling. Details/references/youtube URLs on request. Hope to go back to do the harder core bits with minimal re-tracing. Summer 2018 or 2019. Let's strategize/collaborate. Roughly Leh to Kargil via Dha Hanu; Kargil to Zanskar via Pensi La; Zanskar to Lahaul via newish Shingo la "road", and maybe even exit via Sach pass. Jeep support possible for most of it; to discuss. Not super high altitude but tough and remote; big mountain experience desirable. Email

Australia

Australia West to East

Created: Dec 11, 2017

Male, 64, with touring experience, planning to cycle Australia west to east via the Nullarbor looking for companion(s). Start in Perth in late April or early May 2018. 80–100 km plus daily, but will take advantage of tail winds, take rest days as needed, as weather & winds dictate or as desired. Self-sufficient. Mostly bush camping and caravan parks. Perhaps a side trip or two. G'day! Email

Cross Country

RIDE TO MY 50th HIGH SCHOOL REUNION

Created: Dec 11, 2017

I'll be riding from my home in Santa Rosa, north of San Francisco, to my 50th high school reunion in Gettysburg, PA, leaving mid-May and arriving in time for the reunion August 17. That means we'll be averaging about 50 miles/day, figuring one rest day per week. I plan to use Adventure Cycling routes, ending up on the new Chicago to New York City route (alternate), which goes right through Gettysburg. This is a self-supported tour, mostly camping. My touring philosophy is that the journey is more important than the destination — I like to stop frequently to experience the people and places we will be riding through. I'm male, a retired engineer, experienced in all kinds of bicycle touring (see http://n1al.net/bike). Email

2018 Cross-Country Tour for Healthcare Reform

Created: Dec 7, 2017

I am an experienced cyclist seeking others to ride bikes with across the USA. The journey is dedicated to healthcare reform. Reform Cycle is a cross-country conversation about healthcare reform as well as a tour through layers of American history. The proposed route from Los Angeles, CA, to Washington, DC (~3,700 mile trip) passes by the limestone quarry from Breaking Away in Bloomington, IN, the red sands (and the radiation) of St. George in Utah, and the markers for the Underground Railroad in Uniontown, PA. I will be filming folks along the way for a documentary on U.S. healthcare reform. I am looking for other riders for sections or for the duration of the entire trip. Please visit www.reformcycle.org for more information. Email

West Coast (probably Portland) to Atlantic

Created: Dec 4, 2017

61 yr old single retired male, planning summer 2018 cross-country trip. Current thinking is early June start on Lewis & Clark from Portland/Astoria to Iowa in time to do RAGBRAI, Great Rivers South to St Louis, then Eastern Express to DC, maybe NYC. Probably skip the part of the L&C that is shared with the Northern Tier as I did that last summer - instead go south thru northern South Dakota. My previous cross-country trips were mostly motels/cafes, but I am hoping to camp/cook more this time to increase flexibility, though comfort is nice maybe 1/2 the time. Mileage about 50–60 per day, maybe 90 if great tailwinds, less if climbing a lot, or headwinds. Rest days every 7–10 days, but more based on tiredness than duration. Email

Midwest to DC (formerly Seattle...)

Created: Dec 1, 2017

My name is Stan, I'm 61 years old, and I'm planning a ride to DC from KS in the May/June time frame. When this was a post for the Seattle destination I connected with a rider nearby who had been planning a DC route. I had selected Seattle because I have a daughter there, but I also have a son in DC. After more thought about those Rockies I believe DC offers a more realistic route for me to cut my teeth on. I'm open to camping, hotels, or a combination. Would probably want a soft bed on occasion. Open to cooking or dining out. I've not done a self-contained ride, but have done a 500+ mile multi-day organized, supported ride. As mentioned earlier, I believe there are two of us now. Email

Southern Tier, January 2018

Created: Nov 28, 2017

Hi all, I have the winter season off and I am interested in a cross-country bike ride. I'm looking at the Southern Tier and would love to connect with folks who might be interested in biking part of it. I'm looking for mellow, companionable riders. Email

TransAmerica

Created: Nov 27, 2017

Want to ride the TransAmerica but not sure you're ready? We may have your ticket. I've planned the ride for years, but was diagnosed with congestive heart disease this summer. This means less blood flow, so my pace may not be too fast. Plan to take just one day a week off, but who knows. My wife will be driving support van and we'll be camping as much as practical and hitting motels or cycle spots along the way. Goal is to bike all the way, but you don't have to. You can jump in the van at any time. To discuss: fastrog@yahoo.com Email

Toronto - Montreal - Arcadia NP - New York City

Created: Nov 8, 2017

My name is Wolfgang from Tuebingen, Germany, 67 years old. I cycled the Pacific Coast from Vancouver to San Diego and last year (age 66!) Route 66 — great experience! Like the freedom of riding, not to know in the morning where I will stay the next night (camping/motel/Warmshowers), meet interesting people. Average speed about 10 mph, 50–60 miles a day. I'd like to pedal through Canada and the Indian Summer States towards New York City in fall (Sept.-Oct. 2018). Would you like to join me? Email

ALBUQUERQUE TO NEW YORK, OR BUST!

Created: Nov 6, 2017

67-year-old male, touring the last 10+ years, planning a ride via Route 66 to St Louis, local roads to Lockport, NY, Erie Canal to Albany, on to New York. 50/60miles per day, motels and warmshowers, no camping. Departing April 2018. Riding to view the countryside and enjoy the adventure. All inquiries welcome! Email

Oregon to Maine - May 2018

Created: Nov 6, 2017

I am planning a ride from Newport, Oregon, to Maine, starting May 14, 2018. Plan to camp out, mostly in RV and state campgrounds to get showers where possible. Will have support for first two weeks to haul gear to get us through the bulk of the mountains. Support vehicle will not be with us during the day. After two weeks we haul our own. Would like to go at least 80, preferably 100 miles per day, negotiable. Tentative route goes about 3700 miles. Will take Sundays off as rest days. I am a 65-year old married male without a lot of touring experience (two multiday trips), but have planned hundreds of scout campouts. Any mild-mannered rider is welcome. Email

Southern Tier - E2W or W2E - Spring/Summer 2018

Created: Nov 1, 2017

Hi, I'm Puck, a 33-year-old male. I'm biking the Southern Tier Route starting in Spring 2018. I'm flexible on the starting time/point if others are interested in joining me. There will not be an emphasis on speed. I imagine a mileage range of 45–95 miles a day, with the longer days being fewer. I'm open to whatever, but I don't want to be racing against the clock. As far as sleeping arrangements: I'm into a mix of camping/stealth-camping, CouchSurfing and WarmShowers Hosts, and splitting the cost of the motel rooms. Anyone is welcome to join me (unless you're a fan of Trump). I don't care about age, gender identity, or orientation. If you're calm, kind, easy-going, & ready for adventure, then hit me up! Email

West Coast to East Coast

Created: Oct 27, 2017

Hello, my name is James (52 yrs) and I would like to tour the country by bike! I live in the San Francisco area and would like to dip the tire and start our journey there and pedal to a destination on the East Coast, can be negotiated! I would like to leave mid-April or early May, ride about 50–75 miles per day, give or take a few! I'm not in a rush but I want to move along too! Maybe even have a friend drive ahead with supplies! Thanks for reading, give me a shout out if you're interested. Thanks, James Email

TransAmerica Trail - Yorktown, VA to Astoria, OR

Created: Oct 27, 2017

Planning a self-contained ride traveling westward from Yorktown, Virginia, to Astoria, Oregon, following the TransAmerica Trail. Aiming to leave mid-May 2018 and hope to average approximately 70 miles per day for a total trip time of 60 to 65 days. Planning to camp most nights with an occasional night's stay in a motel. Email

Orlando to Portland, OR

Created: Oct 27, 2017

60-year-old female (Mari) planning Orlando (actually, the Atlantic) to Portland, Oregon, leaving Orlando Feb 22, 2018. Planning Southern Tier-ish to San Diego, then up the coast to Oregon. Probably 60–75 miles a day, with rest day weekly. Camping, Warmshowers, motels, friends, family for lodging; hoping primarily for camping. Have done two cross-country bike trips. Start date isn't flexible, but I am. Looking for companion/s for all or part of this. Mari Email

West Coast to Midwest in 2018

Created: Oct 26, 2017

Experienced cycle touring 62-year-old retired male has been given the green light by his significant other for a cycling adventure from May through July of 2018. Self-contained leisurely pace of 40- to 70-mile days with rest days every 5–7 days. The plan is for a mixture of motels/camping and camp cooking/local restaurants. Route planning includes linking as many rail-to-trail rides and backroads from Seattle area to Iowa in time to connect up with RAGBRAI in the third week in July, with a finish in Minneapolis by early August. Looking for 3–4 like-minded companions to share some or all of the adventure with. Email me for more details if this trip sounds intriguing to you. Email

Aquarium Ride U.S. West to East in 2019

Created: Oct 24, 2017

My name is Tim (55, married). Looking for riding partner(s) for a self-supported, low-budget bicycle tour from San Francisco to Boston departing in April or May 2019. Route will either be ~4200 miles via Los Angeles, Route 66, Chicago, Washington DC, and NYC (8 aquariums) OR ~5200 miles via Los Angeles, across Southern Tier to Florida, then up the East Coast (14 aquariums). 50–75 miles per day with rest days here and there staying at campgrounds, youth hostels, Warmshowers.org, inexpensive hotels, and some friends' and relatives' houses. I'd like to have a conversation with people across America about our country, our oceans, our kids, and reducing plastic & CO2 pollution. I'm a good bicycle mechanic and this is my second time across the U.S. Email

TransAmerica Trail - East to West May 2018

Created: Oct 9, 2017

I am 61 years old, happily married, and recently retired with a plan to ride the TransAmerica Trail, departing Yorktown, Virginia on May 1, 2018. I will ride an average of 50 miles per day, and will camp/cook when the weather permits. I have completed 3,000 miles of self-supported touring and am excited to tackle the TransAm. I am looking for 1 or 2 other men who also have some touring experience and would like to join me. Email

Across U.S. west to East Coast

Created: Aug 14, 2017

I am a 24-year-old woman planning a ride across the U.S. starting April/May 2018. It is not a race for me to get across, and I plan to stay longer at national parks to have a look around. I am not a quick rider either. Hope to find someone to travel with. Email

Cross-country bike tour, spring 2018

Created: May 18, 2017

I've been blessed by God physically, mentally, spiritually, and economically. I am a follower of Jesus Christ and feel I'm being led to take what God has given me in abundance and give it to other people. I am choosing to live a life of simplicity and modesty. I'm selling or giving away most of my possessions and I'm embarking on a self-reflective, soul-searching, faith-building journey across the United States in hopes of showing Christ's love along the way. I'm fully prepared to do this alone but would enjoy the company of anyone male or female who has a relationship with Jesus Christ and has a desire to live a life of simplicity and humble service to others while continuing to grow your faith. Contact me for more details. Email

TransAm Tour

Created: Apr 11, 2017

My name is Jeff...will retire by December...looking for companion/s to go with in May of 2018 West to East. I snore so will park my tent far enough away! ???? Email

Coast to coast

Created: Feb 16, 2017

I'm a 56-year-old male cyclist living in Ireland, with little touring experience. Thinking of doing Washington state to New York (Long Island) in 2018. Would hope to do 50–65 miles per day. Will be camping mostly! Rest day here and there. Starting or finishing point not written in stone! Would love to join a few other on a coast-to-coast trip in May 2018. Drop me an email, let me know your plan. Email

Europe

Normandy and the Loire Valley

Created: Aug 1, 2017

Seasoned male cycle tourist inviting interest from an adventurous cyclist, male or female, in joining me for a three- to four-week trip along France's beautiful Loire River Valley and the Normandy coast in the summer of 2018. Dates to be determined. Prefer someone age 40 or above. Fly into and out of Paris, with a day or three of train travel in between. Overnights in chambre d'hotes (B&Bs). 30–50 casual miles a day. Interested in enjoying the small villages, boulangeries (bakeries), cuisine, and scenery along the way and exploring the WWII D-Day invasion sites in Normandy. Je parle un peu de survie en voyage en français. Et vous? Email

Great Divide Mountain Bike Route

Great Divide North to South Early July

Created: Nov 13, 2017

I am a married male in his late 60s, fairly fit, and planning on doing the U.S. section of the Great Divide starting at Eureka, Montana, in early July 2018. I have done a fair amount of road touring, but am somewhat new to off-road touring, though I did do 300 miles of the GD in New Mexico in the summer of 2017. I plan on camping out most of the time and foraging for food along the way as opposed to cooking my meals. I have the weight of my bikepacking rig down to about 60 lbs less food and water, and I suspect I should be able to average about 50 miles or so a day. It would be great to share the adventure with others, especially in grizzly country, and especially if they run slower than I can, ha. Email

Great Divide Ride, 2018

Created: Nov 6, 2017

I'm a 68-year-old male cyclist, and did the TransAm route in 2013. Ride about 6,000 to 7,000 miles per year. I'm interested in doing the Great Divide from New Mexico to Banff. Start roughly mid-June. I'm currently in conversation with 3 other riders, men and women, and would like to get up to 6, maybe 8. Email

Banff to Whitefish Montana - Summer 2018

Created: Oct 24, 2017

Hi, I am planning to ride Banff, Canada, to Whitefish, Montana, late June or early July. I am new to bikepacking but a fairly strong rider. I would like to ride about 75 miles a day but it will depend on the route/trails. If you are interested, please email me. Email

GDMBR 2018

Created: Oct 20, 2017

Any (other) senior women considering riding all, or part, of the Great Divide this summer? If so, perhaps we can join forces. Seriously considering south to north, but the other direction would be fine too. Let's connect. Email

Great Divide Ride Supported! 2018

Created: Sep 13, 2017

I am riding the Great Divide from Butte, Montana, to Pinedale, Wyoming, with a support vehicle. This will be in early July! I rode 2 weeks in 2016 had some knee issues and had to get off the route. So I am riding with a support truck and if anyone is interested in joining me on that 2-week part the cost will be $25/day. That includes cost for gas and carrying your food/gear. $50/day if we provide food! After the 2 weeks I am going on self-supported from there. You are certainly welcome to continue on with me from there. Drop me a line if interested! Peace Email

GDMBR: Banff heading south June/July 2018

Created: May 4, 2017

Hey, I'm David, a 40-year-old from the UK and I am planning to cycle the GDMBR from Banff in Canada at around end of June/early July in 2018. I will be taking it at a somewhat leisurely pace to ensure I get to experience the surroundings, perhaps 50/60 miles per day. I might even be pushing the bike up steeper hills. I will be taking a tent so will be looking to do some wild camping, log cabins, and the odd motel here and there. As I have family in San Diego, I will be looking to branch off at some point at the southern end to go there. It would be great if one or more people were interested in joining me in the experience and tagging along for some or all of it. Feel free to message me if you would be interested. Regards David Email

GDMBR Canada to Mexico 2018

Created: Apr 18, 2017

Youthful 50s M/F couple from MI will start from Canadian border in July. Self-supported and equipped to camp but will use hostels or hotels when available. Usually 50-mile days and willing to take down days whenever we really like some place or the weather is severe. We're very fit people but our agenda is to enjoy the journey, not set pace records. We would like to connect with others who may be able to make part or all of this journey with us. Email

Intermountain West

Bozeman, MT to Florence, CO

Created: Dec 11, 2017

Hi! Name's Tim, and I guess you could say I am an intrepid soul. Planning my first tour as I can only escape work for about 15 days. I am a tourist, not a Speedy Gonzales. This will be a self-supported trip using the generosity of warmshowers as well as good ole camping. Always forward, forward always! P.S. the date hasn't been set, waiting for my vacation roster. Email

Midwest

Ohio to Erie Trail

Created: Sep 5, 2017

Planning on riding Ohio to Erie Trail next year. Using the last week of August 2018 for my ride. Plan on using motels along way. I am a 60-year-old male. My ride average is 12–14 mph. Trip is not 100% planned. Would like to Start in Cincinnati, Ohio, and finish at Lake Erie, Cleveland, Ohio. If interested please contact me and see what we can arrange. Thanks for reading. E-mail me cliffhanger57@yahoo.com Email

Miscellaneous

E-Bike Riders for short Colorado trips

Created: Dec 1, 2017

Enthusiastic E-biker (Sondors ) w/ 50–80+ mile daily range (2 batteries) looking for E-bike ride partners to help spread the joys/practicality of E-biking. I live in Boulder and ride my E-bike daily. Looking to start w/ short day trips or brief multiday trips. Anytime the weather is good on uncrowded, bike-friendly roads. If overnight or multiday, prefer B&Bs, air bnbs etc, but can camp. Semi-retired, fit. David Email

Summer 2018

Created: Oct 4, 2017

Looking for group to cycle with for 1 week any time between May 30 and August 15, 2018. Going to Burning Man at month's end. Will go anywhere in the U.S. Have done FL Keys, RAGBRAI 21 times, but want something new. I am 70 years old, fit, but not a racehorse any longer. More like an "old mule" with a good attitude. Email

New Zealand

New Zealand January or February, 2018

Created: Nov 6, 2017

Retired female seeking someone to tour New Zealand for 2 weeks sometime in January or February. Email

North America

LA to NY

Created: Nov 13, 2017

I am an ambitioned Austrian cyclist (56 and in perfect shape) and will go West Coast to East Coast starting 1 April (no joke...) in Los Angeles. Preferred route via Albuquerque, Kansas City, Indianapolis, and possibly Montreal (optional). 60 to 80 miles daily average can be done but as I am not in a rush, miles are negotiable. Must finish end of June in NY due to visa restrictions. Camping, if no motel or hotel is available. Greetings, Karl Email

West Coast to Minnesota

Created: Oct 26, 2017

I am a retired UCLA professor seeking companion(s) for a credit-card tour from the West Coast to Minnesota (diagonal route). Camping only if no other alternative presents. I am a serious rider; upper-intermediate at 120+ miles per week. Capable of 65 miles per day or more. In excellent health. I am open to routes and plan on leaving approximately 1 May 2018. I am an amiable companion accustomed to making myself useful and supportive. Email

Baja Divide January or February 2018

Created: Oct 9, 2017

I live in San Diego and unfortunately missed the group ride this past January. I recently contacted the organizer who informed me that was an inaugural thing with no repeat in the works. Therefore, I'm planning to do it independently and self supported around mid-January or February 2018. I intend to launch from San Diego and arrange a return flight out of La Paz back to Tijuana. Figuring about 60-80 miles a day for a 25-28 day trip. Email

Raising awareness for veterans

Created: Aug 28, 2017

Hi everyone. I'm from New Hampshire looking to bike to San Diego pier, California, starting April 1, 2018. I'm a veteran of the United States Army and would love to have someone to come bother me on this trip. I'm a beginner cyclist but my passion outweighs my experience. Email me for details Email

Down the East Coast and across the Southern Tier

Created: Aug 4, 2017

My tour will commence on August 20 from Hartford, CT. I plan to circumnavigate the U.S. by first biking down the East Coast following the Adventure Cycling Atlantic Coast Route and turning west to bike across the Southern Tier Route. My final destination (for now) is San Diego, CA. I will be stopping to enjoy the many sites. Would love to meet up along the way at any point and have some companions to join me. Email

Warrior Expeditions - TAT

Created: Dec 27, 2016

Looking for combat veterans to take on the off-road Trans-America Trail (TAT) during the summer of 2018. We'll start in mid-May to complete by the end of August. Email

Crossing the north

Created: May 10, 2016

Currently in Alexandria, MN, on a trip from Michigan to Seattle. Traveling about 60 miles per day. Northern Tier to Havre, MT, then driving to Great Falls, then Lewis & Clark to WA. Would love to ride with someone for a day or two here and there. Email

Northwest

Trike riders for day and overnight trips

Created: Oct 12, 2017

I am an 80-year-old male looking for riding companions for day trips and overnighters in central Washington state in preparation for longer rides. I am also a Vietnam Air Force vet and would love to ride with other vets. I am new to riding and would like to have someone with experience to learn from if possible. Email

Sierra Cascades

Sierra Cascades June and July 2018

Created: Nov 21, 2017

Hi, I'm Ann (56 yrs.) Probably by now you have seen I'm looking for a touring partner for Kyrgyzstan and Morocco. My backup plan for the summer is for 2-3 months to continue the Sierra Cascades Bicycle Route, starting in Portland, Oregon. Again seeking one experienced touring partner, used to the outdoors, camping, easy going and no flaws please. I live in Switzerland. Nothing planned yet. After first contact via email, communication rather on skype, facetime, whats-app. Curious / Interested? Please write. Email

Southeast

Natchez Trace

Created: Nov 20, 2017

78 yr. old male plans to bike the Trace next April or October. Maybe some camping. 50 miles per day. Coming from Minnesota by car. Email

Bikepackers wanted in Asheville, NC, and TN areas

Created: Oct 2, 2017

I'm a 28 y/o guy enjoying the outdoors and mountain biking since a kid. I'm looking for people to go bikepacking with in the Asheville, NC, area as a primer for longer trips along the Great Divide Mountain Bike Route. I live in Nashville, TN. These Asheville adventures would be about 30mi/day forest road and singletrack with self-supported camping. I figured that east Tennessee/Asheville general area would be a good place to start. Learning about medicinal plants and testing out gear for longer multiday backpacking trips in the future is the idea that I have in mind along with meeting good people. I'm open to suggestions of where to go and what's out there. Email

Blues Tour through Dixie

Created: Sep 25, 2017

Putting together a route through Alabama, Mississippi, Louisiana, and Tennessee. Some of the Natchez Trace and some along the Blues Trail. Planning on late January or early Feb 2018. Camping, occasional warm showers or hotel. 60+ miles per day. Would like a couple of mates. Email

Southwest

Baja North to South

Created: Nov 16, 2017

Hi, I'm looking for a companion to bike down the Baja peninsula in January 2018. Start at San Diego, end at Pescadero. Mostly stay on paved roads, lots of camping and tacos, 40–80 miles per day. Thanks, Adam Email

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