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Russ, you're right about sweat, but I think you're off on the amount. The sweat builds at a slow pace, the saddle absorbs some but I've never seen a leather saddle saturated from just sweat, that's just me though.
I came across two bikes that I don't know which one would be better - surly long haul trucker and kona rova al. They both ride are great bike but they make out of different materials so I'm not sure which one would be better.
Using "prepackaged junk" as a suplement and quick energy source doesn't defeat the purpose of eating healthy foods most of the time. We are not recommending junk as a routine diet, just a special event expedient.