Scraping my panniers on the ground when you lean it over too much...Has that actually happened to you?
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My typical ride to work route is a good test of weight. It gains about 800 feet over 10.5 miles.Wow, where do you live? 800 feet over 10.5 miles fits my definition of "flat". If your tour will also be flat, then I agree that your ride is a good test. But if your tour is somewhere more hilly, make sure you do a test under tour conditions.