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I am planning on using my 29er to ride the GDMBR however as I have experienced before on my 26er a Stump Jumper there is too much pressure on my hands. Although I didn't notice it ridding single track for an hour or two I do notice it riding gravel rail trails and dirt roads even for as little as an hour.
The bar position is about level with the seat so I don't want to go higher. Thinking using an offset seat post to move the seat reward which I believe would result in a more up ride position.
My father lives in France (southwest, not too far from Bordeaux), and the last two years, when visiting him, I've been using a bike I bought there and left with him to take a weeklong tour. This has been reasonably light credit-card touring, just rear Ortlieb panniers pretty much;
For those of you who have done both touring in Europe and touring in the US,
Well if you take the cable off you should be able to get a much wider tire on.
I always wondered if something like a corn field drive way are treated as public domain or if farmers are friendly about bike touring campers when there is a wooded area just off the road.