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I liked the philosophy of exertions and rewards that the GD route designer certainly had in mind for the stage.
I have no mountain biking experience but some cycling experience.
I think the TD would be incredible and even tho I fear the bears in Montana I am very keen to get it done.
I would be aiming to get it done in 17 days but I have no experience in cycling off road, so would appreciate any advise you all have on training.
Check out sea to summit dry bags.....as light a stuff sacks, and really waterproof. No need for a sealed molding pannier.
I tried the UltraSil ones and found them a bit too flimsy. They were pretty patched up at the end of a 33 day tour. I since moved to the eVac ones (also from Sea to Summit) and think they will be more suitable while still being quite light (the 20 liter one is 3 ounces).