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As others have said - know your limits.
By the way, what's PB?
Also, do you guys think that I would have trouble getting into a hiker/ biker campsite? I'm not hiking or biking, but I would still be touring, just in a different way.
sine wave ups and downs of hill and mountain country.
Your feet will be the coldest part of your body when you bike, as they don't move at all.After years of frozen feet, I think I finally solved the problem. I buy those cheapo little chemical hand/feet warmer packs you just expose to air and they warm up. I now put one on top of the toes either inside or on top of the sock, depending on the temperature. It makes a huge difference. A pair costs about a buck.
… we are not racing. … Stopping is encouraged, admired and respected. …I kept that mantra in my head all the way across the USA. Sometimes the most important thing I could do was stop, listen, and absorb the world around me. And eat a little, too, while I was at it.Mr. Bent
When I'm out on his bike, I try to stop often for photographs, munchies, views, sunlight, lilacs, and newly mown alfalfa.
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