1931 Gallup Road Map

SKU: 5606

Availability: In stock

$19.00

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Historic roads and routes are different. Finding them today isn’t easy. This dual sided map will help. It’s an enticing full-color high quality reprint of two historic maps. One side features a reproduction of an original pen and ink road and trail map circa 1915. Turn over to reveal a US highway map from 1931, showing designated highway numbers and a much expanded system of roadways from just fifteen years prior. The detail and historical intricacies of these stunning reproductions will inspire you to locate and ride the remaining sections of these old roads that still exist. Looks great on any wall, too. 38"×26".

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Great old mapReview by Mike
nice reprint and a great road trip conversation starter (Posted on 11/12/11)

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Good maps are where great rides always begin. I’ll get them out for any trip of more than a few hours, and will write directly on their paper-printed cartography using one of these grease pencils, running my line an eighth of an inch to the side of desired roads. Such marked-up whole-state pages from oversize atlas’s are customized wish lists of places to reach and roads to experience. They are torn out and folded to fit beneath a tank bag’s window, with more similarly marked-up folded map pages waiting just beneath. And on longer trips an envelope bag, map bag, loksak, or Tank Bag Briefcase holds even a few more. Many riders take along an entire atlas.

Embarrassingly, I also still carry an old small liquid filled orienteering compass inside my bathroom shave kit, and another even smaller compass inside a zippered odds-n-ends tank-bag pouch. I don’t remember the last time I wanted or needed either one. We stopped selling such compasses many years ago. They’re vaguely sentimental artifacts now, but they don’t take much space and perhaps add a slight psychologically reassuring emergency-backup-readiness-feeling for some kind of unlikely apocalyptic survival scenario. The one in the bathroom kit was originally placed there in the pre-GPS/pre-smartphone era, mainly for exploratory walkabouts through the mazes of sidewalks in unfamiliar larger cities arrived at by car or air.

These days we sell only one quasi-functional compass, a tiny cheap thing that clips onto a handlebar and is merely decorative unless it’s moved well clear of the motorcycle. But we still stock dozens of detailed road maps, and six useful road atlases…because maps are never included.

And they are essential.