Proposed bike trail would let you ride from Maine to Florida

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RALEIGH, NC — A proposed 2,900-mile bike path would run along the East Coast from Calais, Maine to Key West, Florida.

The project was first conceived in 1991 by the group East Coast Greenway Alliance. That group says the trail would be open to any non-motorized users. The trail would work through partnerships between national, state and location governments, in addition trail organizations, engineering firms and other groups.

Read more on the East Coast Greenway website.

The bike path would travel through 25 cities and 16 states, according to EcoWatch.com.

The trail would mainly consist of already built paths that would be linked together through the help of the ECGA and local communities.

FastCo.Exist.com says that if you were to ride 50 miles of the trail a day, it would take you less than two months to finish.

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