Tagged: Cycle tour across America

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What Goes Around, Comes Around

Kil So Quan State Park to Wabash: (50kms) Leaving Kil So Quan, the climb back up to the main road got our blood circulating fast! It was already quite warm as we turned east to head out around the State Park and across the Wabash River. Just below the river we turned west again towards the Salamonie River State Forest....

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Dirty Dogs and Wild Westerlies

Defiance, Ohio to Monroeville, Indiana: (72kms) Leaving Defiance, we used the footpath to cross back over the Maumee River and headed south-west out of town. Our route had us following the Auglaize River to the appropriately named  “Junction”, a few houses at the intersection of our road, the 111 and another, larger one, the 637. Our route continued west and...

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Cold, Wet and Defiant

Ottawa Lakes, Michigan to Grand Rapids, Ohio: (60kms) When we left Ottawa Lakes, the morning skies were heavy and grey. It was only a matter of time before we’d get wet, not a great motivator to get out on the road. Getting wet means getting cold, even when you’re cycling. Getting cold, to the point of shivering, means you’re likely...

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A Delightful Detour

Clyde to Elmore, Ohio: (35kms) A couple of weeks ago a friend of ours, Megan, contacted us and asked if we would be anywhere near her house during our trip. As it happened, her house was only about 100 miles off route, so we decided to cycle up to Michigan and see her. We used to work together in Vietnam...

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Warmshowers and Rock’n’Roll

Geneva On The Lake to Mentor On The Lake, Ohio: (55kms) The route today was pretty convoluted. Ride a mile, turn left. Ride a mile, turn right! It was like that all day until we reached Painesville where we stopped in the middle of town for lunch on the sidewalk with the bikes. An older couple stopped and asked us...

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Lakeside We Ride

Evangola State Park to Westfield: (72kms) From Evangola State Park, we followed Lakeshore Drive (Highway 5) along Lake Erie as it wound its way around the shoreline past hundreds of seasonal holiday homes and villages. The road rose and fell but never steeply enough to stop us climbing. Down to the last couple of kilometres and the heavens opened up...

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