which means getting hands down into the hook of the barAs I said
having to reach round from the drops and to squeeze like hell to get any stopping power at all
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then cycled up mt washington from thereI take it you mean Washington Pass the highest point on the N Cascades Hwy. Don't be like the father of two brothers I met in Minnesota. He got as far as Washington Pass and refused to go any further leaving his sons to carry on without him! All part of the rich tapestry of cycle touring
they don't have the "typical" cardboard box that we would need.
If you ever plan to go off-route (or are forced off route by a closed road), or if you're just curious about where the hell you are in the world, then a state map is good.