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I'll second Old Guy -- thetouringstore.com is a great supplier. When I needed a new mount (because of an unexpected bike change), I called Ortlieb's U.S. customer service. They didn't have it in stock, and wouldn't get it for a while, but they referred me to thetouringstore (and looked up Wayne's number for me). That was one of the drama-free mail drops from my trip. Highly recommended.
I think we might head up to Lake Koocanusa instead...we will stop by their shop before leaving Whitefish! Sort of follow a good part of the Northern Tier route. Happy riding everyone!!
In the park there are hiker-biker spots at St. Mary, Rising Sun, Avalanche, Sprague Creek and Apgar. Think they are all $5/person. Don't know about Two Medicine.
There is indeed hiker/biker camping at Two Medicine, about six or eight sites towards the back of the campground. Two Medicine is a nice spot in the park to go to if you have the time, as it feels less crowded than other areas due to it not being on Going-to-the-Sun Road. (It's also the first place I ever saw a bear, incidentally.)
Be careful using Google for bike routes. I put in some local destinations and it will put me on some rough, unpaved roads as part of my route. I know these roads are not ride-able on a road bike and maybe not on a touring bike either.
We are riding from Whitefish MT through Glacier and down around Flathead Lake in a few weeks...anyone have any can't miss stops or suggestions for places to stop? It will be a camping and occasional hotel stay trip. So far the only reservation is the Isaac Walton Inn. And any hot springs in that area??
Whilst the replies given include the absolute minimum you will require you really need to give us a little more information about how you intend to travel, camping or motels, cooking yourself or using restaurants whenever possible.
but I have my doubt that high pressure was the culprit.