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If you need a good book for the tour, definitely stop at the giant, independent book store in town. Can't remember the name, but it's famous.
There is also a big outdoor store in the downtown area. Can't remember the name of that, either...
On a touring bike over very, very hilly terrain so I only average about 14 miles per hour.
We're planning to leave in the middle of May. Is cold weather clothing/gear required? What kind, how much?? We have big agnes sleeping bags rated at 15degrees. What type of clothing should i consider, rain gear/winter clothing?
Stability, well I found myself not being able to go as fast as I would have liked with sideways wind gusts.
I've never been across the Lewis and Clark bridge (at least via bike) so I don't hold any specific grudges against it. . . what is so bad about it?
I found out the City of St. Helens has McCormick park that has 10 tent sites on a first come - first served basis for $10 per night. This includes a shower. Neat!!
+1 on the "locks." A fairly light cable and small lock are all you need to deter opportunistic theft. And keep in mind that a u-lock doesn't come in that handy outside the urban setting.