The most famous coast-to-coast route in America, the TransAmerica route takes cyclists over 4000 miles on paved roads from Oregon to Virginia.
Enjoy nearly 2700 miles of low-traffic gravel roads between the Mexico and Canada borders along the Continental Divide.
Originally designed as a race route but available to anyone who wants to bike across the US, this 3500+ mile route does its best to avoid traffic by following backroads and bike paths from Oregon to Washington, D.C.
This relatively new border-to-border bikepacking route spans 2700 rugged miles of dirt, gravel, and quiet pavement through vast landscapes of the western US.
This ambitious project is only a bit over 50% complete, but the goal is to link up rail trails, greenways, and other multi-use paths for 3700+ miles of car-free riding across the United States.