Route

Isn’t it beautiful:

Ride Statistics:

Portland, Oregon to Boston, Massachuetts
Start Date: Sunday June 27th
End Date: Sunday August 22nd
Total Riding Days: 50
Total Trip Days: 57
Total Mileage: 3,000
Miles per day: 60

Here’s the week-by-week breakdown:

Week One: June 27 – July 3
Week Two: July 4 – July 10
Week Three: July 12 -July 17
Week Four: July 19- July 24
Week Five: July 26 – July 31
Week Six: August 2 – August 8
Week Seven: August 9- August 14
Week Eight: August 16 – August 22

Check out the overall statistics for the week and have a look at the interactive maps of the route!

Week One: Portland, OR to Clarkston, WA/Lewiston, WA
6/27 -7/3

50 miles a day average
7 days of riding
345 miles
Click HERE to view route segment

Week Two: Clarkston, WA/Lewiston, WA to Frontier Town, MT (outskirts Helena)
7/4 – 7/10

55 miles a day average
6 days of riding
325 miles (670 miles total)
Click HERE to view route segment

Week Three: Helena, MT to Miles City, MT
7/12 -7/17

60-65 miles a day average
6 days of riding
375 miles (1045 miles total)
Click HERE to view route segment

Week Four: Miles City, MT to Aberdeen, SD
7/19- 7/24

65 miles a day average
6 days of riding
390 miles (1435 miles total)
Click HERE to view route segment

Week Five: Aberdeen, SD to Winona, WI
7/26 – 7/31

65 miles a day
6 days of riding
390 miles (1825 miles total)
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Week Six: Winona, WI to Amsden, MI
8/2 – 8/8

65 miles a day
6 days of riding
390 miles (2215 miles total)
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Week Seven: Amsden, MI to Niagara Falls, NY
8/9- 8/14

60-65 miles a day
6 days of riding
380 miles (2595 miles total)
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Week Eight: Niagara Falls, NY to Boston, MA
8/16 – 8/22

65 miles a day
7 days of riding
450 miles (3045 miles total)
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Responses

  1. Start: Portland, Oregon
    End: Plymoth, Massachusetts

    Total Miles 3,000
    Total Days: 56
    Total Riding Days: 49
    Average Miles Per Day: 61.2

  2. looking amazing amelia!

  3. Amy Nordrum – This sounds like a great adventure, so exciting to be able to actually feel America and meet people where they call home. Have fun, soak in the entire experience but be safe. I am sorry Bill and I will not be able to cheer you on as you arrive at the farm, Utah and Sturgis will be beckoning us at that time – off to “Bike” another state and create more memories!
    I will be watchng your progress. Will there be a publisher for your documentary at the end of the journey?
    Diane

  4. WE WILL BE WATCHING YOUR PROGRESS AMY . AS YOU GO TO FARM RIDE HWY 14 THROUGH MADISON AND LEAVE THE DOCKS IN MILWAUKEE.
    TERRIFIC TO FOLLOW THE SUCCESS OF YOU AND YOUR PARTNERS. MOST OF AMERICA GREW UP ON A FARM – LIKE YOUR HERITAGE YOU HAVE
    HAVE MANY FRIENDS

  5. GORDON AND MARGIE,
    MICHAEL AND JASON

  6. Way to go all you guys!! It’s so fascinating to follow you and learn about the neat farms and people you encounter along the way. I grew up on a small farm so any farm has special meaning to me.

  7. Check out the new Farm Tour of America video on YouTube video:

    Keep pedaling (and eating)

    Peter

  8. All the best on your trip… and beyond.

    If you haven’t already checked out Rising Tide North America, you may want to –
    http://www.risingtidenorthamerica.org
    I’m involved from here in London, Ontario
    and they have a stronger base in Oregon.


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