Category: TransAmerica 1984 pix

Day 7: Bruce at Rockfish Gap

Up on Blue Ridge Parkway, overlooking tidewater Virginia

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Day 6: Old Bikecentennial sign still standing in Va

As Rod Serling might have said, “There's a signpost up ahead…” A few of the original Bikecentennial signs still remain in Virginia. More about 1984 TransAmerica ride.  

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Day 5 – Old Kent Store

Hanging out on the porch at the old Kent store, between Mineral and Charlottesville

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Day 4…. trying to keep warm

Bundled up at Patrick Henry home site

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Day 2: Breakfast at campsite

Our gear is strewn all over the place

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Day 3: Bruce on Rochambeau route

In Virginia….  

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Day 1, Virginia. Bruce, right, and me

Bruce and I at the Yorktown Victory Monument.

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Old sign for TransAmerica Route

Route sign in Virginia. More about 1984 TransAmerica Tour on the Bikecentennial trail.

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