So me n Liz are thinking about doing a bigger ride next year, as much of a cunt Trump is we both love the western u.s and prob best to see it now before he tarmacs the whole place.
As much as we'd like to do the great divide mtb route it's probably a bit hardcore for our tastes so we're looking at the Sierra Cascades route. Similar distances but far less remote.
Luckily there are tons of blogs of people that have done it to trawl through but was wondering if anyone on here has done it?
We're not fussed if we manage the whole thing or not, 35-50 days seems to be the average but we'd prob take a couple of days in Yosemite to go climbing so depending on how long we could take off work we might trim the start and finish off the route.
did you end up doing this? @edmundro
That looks like a great route through some cool towns. Adventure Cycling Association is great!
Wow that's cool, having spent loads of time in the Sierras I had totally no idea there was a "bike" PCT!
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