NBG Trike Rider Needs best route from Des Moines to Boulder

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    Jim Muellner (everyone loves this guy) who is riding from Indianapolis to Chicago, Des Moines and
    Boulder is going to need routing help once he reaches Des Moines. He has been on the road since May
    2 from Washington DC. 67 year old Jim, last year's Indy to Chicago relay rider
    <http://www.bikeroute.com/SCNBGFest/ChicRecep.html>, is the inventor of the Smart Carte shopping
    cart system that passengers rent to shuttle their baggage around at airports. He is riding the
    trike, made by his company, Just Two Bikes <http://justtwobikes.com>, that folds to fit in a
    suitcase (that the bike also carries!). If you want to contact him, you can reach him on his Pocket
    Mailer, a handheld device donated by NBG sponsor Pocket Mail <http://pocketmail.com> that sends and
    receives email, at <[email protected]>.

    If you want to see where Fred and our other NBG relay riders have been as they move forward in the
    National Mayors' Ride at <http://www.bikeroute.com/NationalMayorsRide>, point to their blog at
    <http://www.nationalbicyclegreenway.com/Events/Mayors_Ride/reports.php>. All of this excitement will
    al be consummated at the second annual Santa Cruz NBG Bike Fest
    <http://www.nationalbicyclegreenway.com/Events/Festival>. Here is what Jim asked earlier today:

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    Hi Martin: Need some help on the route through Nebraska and to Boulder. Are there any other people
    that I can contact who can recommend a reasonable route?

    Am having a fabulous time and learning so much about the country. It seems each city I ride through
    there are so many kids and adults that have no idea of the joys they are missing. I am saddened by
    the frequent groups of them clustered in a smoke filled bar on a sunny day. I am forced to stop at
    many of these as they are often the only place in town that is open.
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    MARTIN KRIEG: "Awake Again" Author c/o BikeRoute.com 79 & 86 TransAms, nonprofit Nat. Bicycle
    Greenway CEO Ever wanted anything so bad U were willing to die for it? Really die? By moving thru
    clinical death and reversing paralysis, *I saw God* when I answered that question.
     
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