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How about Doughton Park Campground - assuming it's open in 2015? Would you expect that to fill up on a Saturday night mid-September?
I have a 2005 Giant FCR4 that I bought used back in 2010. It has 32 spokes, and it takes 700 x 28c tires.
Until then, for someone like myself who is young, frugal, just getting into the game and wanting to have a practice bike, what changes would you recommend for this model or is it a hopeless case?
The problem with the area is that there are relatively few low traffic paved roads.
In Front Royal you can pick up the Skyline Drive/Blue Ridge Parkway.3. Be aware that leaving the parkway for camping or services usually means a long steep climb back up to the parkway.
Boschield for the chain when it "feels/sounds" a little dry, minor adjustments for brakes and gearing only as needed, and change the chain (with a cheap, i.e. $25-$35 one) approx every 2000 miles.