Edit. Ooops it says Out of Stock. Let me check the other links. I'll try indigo I won't be needing it until next year.
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Are clipless pedals unnecessary? Well, in the sense you can ride a bike without them, yes. So is a saddle. But I'd rather have both on my bike.+1. People had similar complaints about multi speed gearing. If you've not used them before try clipped pedals on a stationary bike to get the hang of clipping in/out before you ride on road with them. The sensation of being stationary at, say, a traffic light and being unable to unclip is not to be missed
Yes, we did circumnavigate the lake.Lucky you I did the SC a couple of years ago and the road round the lake was still snowed in. It was a late snow year, I was unable to cross Elk Pass south of Mt Rainier either. Moral of story: check with the relevant authority for pass snow conditions if it's before August.
I've been considering some kind of a cover for the back of my neck and ears, but I haven't come up with any ideas that don't seem completely dorky
You may want to check this guide that I wrote about bicycle touring tent. There are several sections including tips when using your tent, and a section on how to choose a touring tent”