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I'm trying to find a web site that shows only 2 lane paved roads taking a trip to VA. and then up around wisconsin. wanting to stay on 2 lane roads. leaving from Central Kansas Has anyone came across a web site like that? shortround62

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Google Maps shows all roads >>>

shortround62 wrote:

I'm trying to find a web site that shows only 2 lane paved roads taking a trip to VA. and then up around wisconsin. wanting to stay on 2 lane roads. leaving from Central Kansas Has anyone came across a web site like that? shortround62

when I plan a motorcycle trip I use small state highways and county roads...pretty easy to distinguish with GM.

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start

Here's a place to start for Wisconsin:

http://tinyurl.com/82zh452

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Avoiding Highways

TMK wrote:

when I plan a motorcycle trip I use small state highways and county roads...pretty easy to distinguish with GM.

It is also worth noting that under "Get directions" in Google Maps if you click the "Show options" link there is a checkbox for "Avoid highways". I use that feature (and the "Avoid tolls" option) quite a bit. My TomTom also has similar route planning options.

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Paper Maps are excellent

Two lane roads are easy to pick out on a paper map, which are available by mail from each state. They are much better than the free AAA maps. I also prefer state & county highways for our trips.
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Each road is like a box of chocolates.

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