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Western Express + TransAmerica

KarenSteveTandem2021
From San Francisco, California, to Yorktown, Virginia, via Western Express and TransAm combination on a tandem (Stephen & Karen Kreider Yoder, May, 2021)

TransAm/Western Express
Slightly eccentric Scotsman living in San Francisco who fancies himself to be a trust fund kid swapped out at birth. Not dented by the male menopause and a pesky diagnosis of leukemia, this former strawberry blond cycled across America, coast to coast - 3,768 miles. (Lachlan Mackay, May, 2016)

bound for berkeley
I rode from Yorktown, VA, to San Francisco. A friend joined me for the Virginia section, but after that I was riding solo. (Roger Vredeveld, Apr, 2014)

An American Bicycling Adventure
Four women ages 46-64 ride San Francisco to Yorktown, VA. Snow, sleet, rain, hail, thunderstorms, wind and heat. Check this off the bucket list! (Stephanie West, May, 2014)

Cycling Journey for Racial Justice
San Francisco to DC, Summer 2015, raising money for racial justice (Vera Leone, May, 2015)

San Francisco to Boston
An unsupported, self-planned, solo ride through 13 states following the Western Express Route and Sections 7, 8, 9 of TransAm then to St. Louis, Cahokia, Serpent Mound, Lake Erie, and Castle Island (South Boston). (Michael Woods, Jun, 2013)

The Long Haul
My boyfriend (now husband) had wanted to do a cross country bike ride for years. In 2009 we did it and it was amazing. (Sarah Moffitt, Aug, 2009)

The Long Haul
My boyfriend (now husband) had wanted to do a cross country bike ride for years. In 2009 we did it and it was amazing. (Sarah Moffitt, Aug, 2009)

TransAM w/ Western Express
West to East route w/ one deviation up to Iowa to join RAGBRAI. Then took Great River route along the Mississippi to link to TransAm route again. (Dwight Christensen, Jun, 2009)

Photo by Dennis Coello