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Hi all! I am new to bike touring and will take my first tour this spring. I need suggestions on where to look for a touring bike with upright handlebars. I get plenty of suggestions for bikes with drop down bars, but a back problem requires me to sit as upright as possible when riding. I am female and 5'7' tall. I would like to stay under $1500.
Any help would be appreciated.
i bought a battery the size of a deck of cards. It will charge an iPhone 3X or almost charge an iPad. $70 on Amazon. Just dispose of your NightRider batteries in an environmentally responsible way.
This is one of those things that shows it can be done but to what benefit? The rig looks top heavy and awkward. Racks and panniers were developed for a reason.