Trans-America Bike Route

You’ll spend some time ascend­ing and descend­ing the moun­tains of the Appalachi­ans, this bike route fol­lows Rt. 80 through Dick­en­son and Rus­sell Coun­ties, and rid­ing part of the Blue Ridge Park­way in Vir­ginia. The moun­tains turn to rolling hills and then flat rid­ing through lush plan­ta­tions and farm­lands. The last stretch of the route is rich in the his­to­ry of the Amer­i­can Rev­o­lu­tion, with Colo­nial Williams­burg as the high­light. York­town, sit­u­at­ed on the Chesa­peake Bay, is the route’s end.

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