Atlantic Coast Bicycle Route #4

Atlantic Coast Bicycle Route #4

Richmond, Virginia - Wilmington, North Carolina (383 miles)


By author: Adventure Cycling Association
2 Pages, 978-0-935108-16-3
Adventure Cycling Association 10/1/2012
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You can expect heavy traffic leaving Richmond, though for the remainder of the route in Virginia you will be on predominantly rural roads. These roads wander through tobacco and peanut fields over slightly rolling country. The route becomes more level in North Carolina. The beach access roads north of Wilmington will be busier during tourist season and on weekends. The Outer Banks Alternate is 78 miles longer than the main route. Wind is an important riding factor on the exposed Outer Banks. The inland route is more sheltered, and should be used during stormy weather.

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