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The sheer volume of that form of pad would be discouraging to me. How are you going to carry it?
I AM ONLY STEALTH BIKE CAMPING/BIKE TOURING IN SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA AND HOMELESS BY CHOICE SINCE 11-2008 and MY LOAD IS 100lbs
I started with 26x38x48t in 2008 and gone to 24x34x46t and in 2013 I gone with 24x32x42t for Southern California rolling hills and the I added 22t
I am using 11-34t cassette 9 speed and I am also using Shimano XT M771 Traditional Dual Pull FD and Derailleur Capacity: 22 so 42-22=20 and 40-22=18 and I am staying with 22-32-42t
RussSeaton, What's the name of your bag so i can research it? My older down bag weighs 3.14 (rated @ -10).
I'm planning to ride the Northern Tier, west to east, starting in late May/early June of this year. I currently ride around 130 mi/week. Can anyone recommend a 4 month training program to get me into shape for 350-400 miles per week? I will be riding a relatively light bike, with sag support for my gear. Any advice appreciated.
Has anybody heard/know anything of "Hyke & Byke" down bags? They have one rated at 32 degrees weighing at 2.2lb. for $99.00.
I'm replacing my current bag which is a down bag made by Feathered Friends rated at -10 degrees weighs in at 3.14 lb.
My only preference is that I prefer reflective gear that I can remove but because I've had thugs try to grab my bike before as I rode past during a late night commute, and there's been times when I've heard what sounded like gun shots nearby.