This website is based on personal experiences and as such all content should be treated as opinion only. The route guides were constructed with the best of intentions but are provided without any claim as to their safety or legal right of way. It is your responsibility to ride safely and to ensure that you have legal right of way over any routes taken, as well as for ensuring you're fit and healthy enough to make the trip. No responsibility can be taken for any accidents, injuries, or other incidents arising as a result of using the content on this site.
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