The only difference you want to consider is what kind of riding do you want to be doing at the end of a long day like that. You will be mentally tired. Do you want lots of turns to keep you awake? Come back through Whistler/Squamish. Want easy and straight? Come back through Hope/Chilliwack. It depends on you though......
We have been doing WWD for 10 years now and after missing last years trip, I decided to join SnoDragon and Chia this year. Following a formula that has been refined over the years we escaped for 5 days to NorCal October 4 to 8th.
Trailered 1200kms to Anderson, CA. I was solo with a U-Haul...
Nelson to Lake Louise via the 93
Lake Louise to Revelstoke via the #1
Revelstoke to Kamloops via the #1
I know they are more scenic than curvy, and thats ok, just would like toi know if there are any reasons to avoid this route (poor pavement, slow traffic, police, boredom, or just slow)
So, after 6 days of riding in northern and central California http://www.bcsportbikes.com/forum/showthread.php/200778-Cali-Ride-May-2016, and after numerous remarkable roads (most of them pretty demanding), the time came for 'something completely different'. Friday May 20, 4 of us remained (...
So, a dreadful summer from a riding pov for me - never-ending work - but that's just complaining, which is not why you read these posts. But finally, just as summer ends, I got away... Four days, into some of my favorite country, in eastern Washington.
Day 1: 630 kms 9 am to 5:30 pm...
The back road from Night Hawk to Loomis and on to Tonasket is crap.
Don't get your hopes up for a spirited ride, since a road crew messed it up with loose patches of gravel here and there and all over the place.
At least with a pothole, you can ride around it.
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