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Discussion in 'Planes, Trains & Automobiles' started by Jdahms, May 28, 2010.
What do you think?
where do u start and end?
i suggest training b4 hand
That sounds like a bad ass idea. Ive actually thought about doing that a lot for some reason, it'd just be nice to see the country like that. What are you doing for money though? I say backpack it and live off of the land OII
Shit i forgot, i'd definitely bring an mp3 player loaded up with stuff. It's nice to see the sites and take it all in, but some long roads and stuff will become a pain without some beats
you should do it
how cool would you be if u actually accomplished that...
Right now im planning on starting on the west coast to get the hardest terrain over with first. Plus, Ill have the prevailing wind at my back. I want to end in South Port, NC. I haven't picked a route yet I still have a lot of time to plan for it. Im hoping for about a 45 day trek. I don't think conditioning will be a problem I've completed 50 mile rides many times.
I think a year of planning and living frugally to save money (I'm estimating I'll need anywhere from $2000-$4000 for the trip) will be enough time.
I'm planning on making a website for friends to follow the trip. Ill probably try to upload pictures everyday.
As of now I'll be making this trip alone and spending most nights in cheap motels. I don't think I'm gonna want to haul a tent around with all my other gear.
It's gonna be epic
great plan man. i can't imagine riding my fucking bike across america.
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Only one way to do it right.
I want it to be a journey, not a race.
Im planning on 35-45 days, not 8