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Is there any way you could test ride each? I realize that this is a tall order because finding a bike shop with one of each on the floor might be very difficult.
I am off of work, healing a broken collar bone, five broken ribs, and some head trauma.
Had I had a helmet on, my head injuries would not be as severe.
Several of you mention "local mom and pop diner" - What is that?
I do not have that book (YET), will get it this weekend!
Have been going over the route plan, and would like a bit more insight (probably in the book).
I will be at park camp grounds most nights.
Where do you suggest to stay between:
- Cherokee and Mt. Pisgah
- Doughton Park and Rocky Knob (Mt. Airy?)
- Suggestion in Roanoke?
- Oronoco Campground around MP 48 off Rt 60 any good?