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If you were riding SOLO, ..... Was there any point in the tour that was mentally difficult to handle because of isolation??Have done a lot of solo unsupported and, yes, on occasion have gotten into a non-motivated state of mind (asking myself: "Now, let me go back to the beginning and try to remember, again, why is it that I am doing this? :- ) ... but I never attributed it to isolation .... for me it was due to the drone of the routine day after day after day. This condition developed mostly out in the Plains more than anywhere else, btw.
Given that this tour is van supported I'd think the vendor would have a well stocked toolbox and some mechanical skills.I think your above quoted point is real important.