Western Express Bicycle Route

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The Western Express Bicycle Route is a 1579 mile (2541 km) bicycle touring route that connects San Francisco, California, to the TransAmerica Bicycle Trail in Pueblo, Colorado, traveling through California, Nevada, Utah, and Colorado. The route is mapped by the Adventure Cycling Association. Combining the Western Express Route with the TransAmerica Trail forms a 3762 mile (6054 km) transcontinental bicycle route through nine U.S. states from San Francisco, California, to Yorktown, Virginia.

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