Map Updates and Corrections (Addenda)

Updates to Recently Released Maps

If you are planning a bike tour, be sure to get the most recent map updates and corrections for your route by selecting the route, and the appropriate section(s), from the drop-down menu below.

Over time maps become less useful because things change. Every year Adventure Cycling's Routes and Mapping Department create map updates and corrections for every map in the Adventure Cycling Route Network, which now totals 46,846 miles. With the help of touring cyclists like you, we receive updates on routing, services, camping, and contact information. Until we can reprint the map with the new information, we verify the suggested changes and publish corrections and updates here on our website.

If you have updates or corrections for a map, please submit them through our online Map Correction Form.

NOTE: Map updates and corrections only pertain to long term changes and updates. For short term road closures, please see the Adventure Cycling's Routes Temporary Road Closures discussion in our Forums.

BICYCLE ROUTE 66 Map Updates and Corrections (Addenda), Section 6 (BC-2606 2016),

Last Updated (Aug 8, 2017)

The BC number and/or year on your map's cover should match the BC number and/or year listed here.

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Map 93

(Mar 2017) Due to a bridge being rebuilt on National Trails Highway east of Kelbaker Rd., a detour is necessary beginning March 6. There is no anticipated time for re-opening.

(Mar 2017) Westbound detour narrative reads: "...*5.7(9)TURN RIGHT AND ENTER I-40. *34.7(56)AT EXIT #78, EXIT I-40. AT THE TOP OF THE RAMP, TURN LEFT ONTO KELBAKER RD. *46.2(74)TURN RIGHT ONTO NATIONAL TRAILS HWY./HIST. RTE. 66. 49.5(80)SALTUS RD. MATCHLINE." Rejoin route on map 95.

(Aug 2017)
Map 94

(Mar 2017) Due to a bridge being rebuilt on National Trails Highway east of Kelbaker Rd., a detour is necessary beginning March 6. There is no anticipated time for re-opening.

(Mar 2017) Eastbound detour narrative reads: "...*3.3(5)TURN LEFT ONTO KELBAKER RD. *14.8(24)TURN RIGHT ONTO ENTRANCE RAMP AND ENTER I-40. *43.8(70)AT EXIT #107, EXIT I-40. AT THE TOP OF THE RAMP, TURN LEFT. 44.5(72)FENNER. 49.6(80)MATCHLINE." Rejoin route on map 92.

(Aug 2017)
Map 95

(Dec 2016) In Amboy, the Cyclists Only Camping option is located at the convenience store.

(Dec 2016)
Map 96

(Mar 2015) Due to very bad road conditions, a detour is necessary.

Westbound detour narrative reads: "...*6.7(10)Ludlow. Turn right onto Crucero Rd. RIDE UNDER I-40. *6.9(11)TURN LEFT AND ENTER I-40. *33.6(54)AT EXIT #23, EXIT I-40. AT THE TOP OF THE RAMP, TURN LEFT AND RIDE OVER I-40. *33.9(55)TURN RIGHT ONTO NATIONAL TRAILS HWY./HIST. RTE. 66. 38.4(62)NEWBERRY SPRINGS. 43.2(69)UNSIGNED DIRT ROAD. MATCHLINE." Rejoin route on map 98.

(Oct 2016)
Map 97

(May 2017) At Exit #23, there is a convenience store on the N. side of I-40.

(Mar 2015) Due to very bad road conditions, a detour is necessary.

Eastbound detour narrative reads: "...*9.3(15)TURN LEFT ONTO FORT CADY RD. THEN TURN RIGHT AND ENTER I-40. *36(58)AT EXIT #50, EXIT I-40. LUDLOW. AT THE TOP OF THE RAMP, TURN RIGHT ONTO CRUCERO RD. THEN LEFT ONTO NATIONAL TRAILS HWY./HIST. RTE. 66. 42.9(69)UNSIGNED DIRT ROAD. MATCHLINE." Rejoin route on map 95.

(May 2017)
Map 98

(Dec 2016) In Barstow, A-One Cycle is located at 820 E. Williams St., 760-256-2821.

(Dec 2016)
Map 100

(Aug 2016) At Cajon Pass near Exit #138, the Summit Inn Cafe, mentioned in the Points of Interest list, has burned down due to a forest fire.

(May 2017) At Exit #138, there is a convenience store.

(May 2017)
Map 101

(Dec 2016) Cajon Blvd is now continuous between Kenwood Ave. on the west and Devore Rd./Glen Helen Pkwy. on the east, it is no longer necessary to turn at [B] and [D].

(Dec 2016)
Map 102

(Dec 2016) In Rancho Cucamonga, camping is no longer allowed in Cucamonga-Guasti Regional Park.

(Dec 2016)
Map 103

(Dec 2016) In Santa Monica, Performance Bicycle is located at 1314 Wilshire Blvd., 310-451-9977.

(Dec 2016)

You are one of our best resources for keeping our maps up-to-date. Please notify us of any errors you find. Contact us at: Routes and Mapping Dept., Adventure Cycling Association, PO Box 8308, Missoula, MT 59807, 800-755-2453, email or go to the online correction form.