Route 66 Map #4

Adrian, Texas - Gallup, New Mexico (500 miles)

  • 978-0-9863397-3-8


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Bicycle Route 66 does not always follow Historic Route 66. Deviations were made based on present-day conditions. The maps in this six-piece collection are waterproof and designed to fit in a handlebar-bag window or jersey pocket. The maps provide information specifically for cyclists: the location of bike shops, sources for food and water, and listings of overnight accommodations including camping facilities, small hotels, and cyclists-only lodging.

#4 Adrian, Texas – Gallup, New Mexico (500 Miles)

Many miles of the route parallels interstates. When the interstate system was built, U.S. 66 became I-55, I-44 and I-40 so you’ll ride on interstate shoulders and multiple frontage roads. Wide open space is the theme across west Texas and New Mexico with semiarid landscapes and generally long distances between services. Elevation will increase at Clines Corners and again east of Tijeras passing between the Manzano and Sandia Mountains. The route into Santa Fe roughly follows a pre-1937 alignment of Route 66. It is longer but has less interstate riding, fantastic views, and a more authentic Route 66 feel. Plan on traffic and the elevation increase again through the Sangre de Cristo Mountains into Santa Fe. The ride along the Turquoise Trail road between Santa Fe and Tijeras provides beautiful open vistas. West of Albuquerque the route goes through portions of Laguna and Acoma Pueblos.
  • 978-0-9863397-3-8

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