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On the Adventure Cyling website they have articles about ultra light mountain bike touring. Everything carried in a big seatbag or seatpost rack bag. Light and minimal. And they are camping out and cooking too.Here is a direct link to this article:
I might be dense tonight, but searching from Edge in the search box netted 3 hits.I think if you use the search box while viewing a specific thread it just searches that thread. Try the search from the forum index or from the main search page. http://www.adventurecycling.org/forums/index.php?action=search
They sometimes have in the past haven't they?There is a supported cross country tour offered by Adventure Cycling that is currently full but taking waiting list reservations. Details can be found here: