Trans Canada Adventure Trail Maps Pack Free Download

The TCAT (Trans Canada Adventure Trail) is as ambitious a project as it is cool: based on a rider community effort, the main goal of this endeavor is to create a true-to-life and coherent off-road map set.
Started years ago, the TCAT was a huge undertaking, involving multiple riders sharing their experience and knowledge. TCAT organizer Ted Johnson days that some of the routes plotted by the GPS can be extremely difficult in rainy periods, despite the fact that the main one has been designed for big adventure bikes, such as the BMW R1200GS and aren't quite hardcore.

Since in most regions, riders can travel for 400 km (250 miles) between service points or fuel stations, so the TCAT is no weekend ride. With more than 15,000 km (9300 miles) of mapped routes, the Trans Canada Adventure Trail is more like an expedition, and should be planned carefully, with plenty of “what-if” in mind.

Johnson also recommends doing the TCAT from east to west, and leaving in early June so that the Rockies will be clear at arrival. That is if you're in the east, of course. No guarantees as to whether all the roads are open can be given, however.

The Trans Canada Adventure Trail maps can be downloaded for free, and we hope the idea catches: what if we had a planetary off-road/ trail map?
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