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Old 11-27-2012, 10:51 AM   #1
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Question Is it too late for a corss-country trip?

I just moved to New York City from San Jose. I was planning on leaving my motorcycle with my brother in San Jose, but after a few months without the bike, I decided I would bring it out with me and explore the riding out east. At first I was thinking of having the bike shipped, but then I started considering riding it out myself. I was wondering if a southerly route would be viable this time of year. I have ridden in bad weather, hail and snow, but would not undertake the trip if I was very likely to encounter a good amount of snow. How is the weather across the Rockies around I10? If I stay south and only turn north when I get close to the east coast, will I avoid high risk snow areas? I am trying to avoid areas where snow is likely in the winter until the very end of the trip, when I am near New York. Thanks for any help and advice.
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