I bet if you Googled "Dan Henry Arrows" you would find a bunch of information on these "standard" road markings. Paint on the road is the normal way to mark a route. Unless you're asking about signs for the feed stops, registration area, finish, etc. in which case you need to be a little more specific.bicycleillinois said:Hey everyone I run a bike tour and I'm looking for suggestions on ways to do great signage without spending a ton of money. Any suggestions?!
I think that neatly done paint is the least offensive. There are places (in Illinois) that will not allow it, but that is because of their dislike of cyclists, not paint. You can also get spray chalk that works the same, but only lasts until the next rain. If it rains on/before the event...bicycleillinois said:Any suggestions for road markings that are no impact? I don't want to upset the local authorities, especially because I plan on coming back through many times and I want to leave a good impression.