Where will you be riding that this is a possible concern?
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I haave run into an unusual problem that I could use some advice on. I have really tiny feet. I can wear a kids shoe size 10-12 depending on brand and for adult women about 4-5. Does anyone have any advice for a shoe that I can use to cycle across country if in the event I am unable to find a bike shoe? I appriciate any advice I can get. Thank you.
Allowing $100/day for everything (hotels, camping, food, etc.), based on your schedule, a 60 day trip will cost you $6000.
Do you actually ever spend that much per day on a multi-week or multi-month tour?