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Old 07-03-13, 06:15 PM   #1
Dave765
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Routes through Toledo

I'm planning a bike trip from Ann Arbor, MI to east of Cleveland. I'm wondering what the best route through Toledo is. Several maps and websites suggest Telegraph to Detroit to LaForge to Greenbelt Parkway to Cherry and across the river or coming in on Lewis and over to Cherry and across the river. Any feedback on whether these are reasonable routes would be appreciated. Or would it be better/safer to bike south around the city? Thanks!
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Old 07-05-13, 08:06 AM   #2
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hey dave posted on your cleveland question. i did take telegraph all the way down. i could check my route and get back to ya later. i know you cant ride route 2 as it has some limited access areas. i went south from toledo about 20 miles and headed east. if you would like more details im me or reply cause i am at work till 5
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Dave,very bad area that you are talking about. I would suggest going through Maumee to Perrysburg then east.
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