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I am curious as to why you "must" have 3 people to go? I did it solo and many more cyclists do it solo or with just 1 other person than with 2+ persons.That made me wonder as well. I always figured one was a good minimum number to go
Not into doubling back.I can relate to that. I avoid doubling back like the plague once underway, but the logistics of getting to a tour are a different matter IMO.
Although I have already purchased my flight to Seattle, it might be worth the lost $$ if the weather is going to be horrible.