So, the lesson here is to pull over and put some electrical tape over your plate to change the numbers, cross the bridge, pull over and remove. >Just a side note, if your going south on the Golden Gate bridge you have to pay a toll if you are going north on the Golden Gate there is no toll . Also there is no toll booth to pay the toll going south for cash paying drivers and the toll authority will take a pic of your licence plate and send you a ticket in the mail for running a toll gate. It may have changed but that's what happened a few years back to me a a buddy of mine when we went south across the bridge.
I really don’t know how long. I know you can’t judge time on Hwy 101 by distance. The vacation crowd, especially motor homes really keep the speeds in check. Beautiful road and scenery though. If you’re interested myself and maybe a couple others might be able to meet up with you just to say hello and maybe ride for a while if you’re coming through on a weekend or close to a weekend. Not trying to inject myself into your trip, just throwing it out there if y’all are interested in more company.I plan on riding from Pennsylvania to Seattle to do the Pacific Coast Highway. How many days should I plan for the PCH?
Woodman, where was that pic with the Elk taken?From Crescent City,CA through Oregon is a fantastic ride. Heads up a lot of Elk around.
Riding south from Seattle on 101 are you planing on starting on the Olympic Peninsula?
Another route would be to start south on 101 after crossing the Hood Canal Bridge. Hwy 101 circles the Peninsula and on the ocean side it runs only a short ways by the ocean.
Hwy 101 south along Hood Canal is great and right on the canal/Puget Sound. West to Aberdeen and on to Westport on Hwy105. It connects to Hwy101 at Raymond. Maybe spend the night in Longbeach,Wa.
Second night Florence ,OR would be a good stop,3rd night Eureka,CA. From Leggett,CA on to Hwy 1 it's beautiful but slower riding. Wears me out up down and back around, so plan on extra time here.
How far south are you riding?
Great link. I'll be there next week but on four wheels.Rode it last year. Did the same thing you are doing, from up north heading south.
We stopped at San Francisco since my ol' lady wanted to do Sonoma and Napa valley.
I have rode the southern part too, not as good as from Seattle down to San Francisco IMO.
Give yourself 6 days.
Brookings ,Oregon right next to Hwy 101. We watched the bull keep his herd in a small field. Every time the cows walked to the highway he bugled them back. Amazing.Woodman, where was that pic with the Elk taken?