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For those folks who already do this, what length of cable do you recommend (incl. enough length to run through both wheels)?I carry a four-foot cable with an integrated lock, and a six-foot extension cable. That's enough to get through both wheels, the frame, all four panniers and around an immovable object (except a large tree).
Adventure Cycling talked about Michigan's (and other state's) no-turn-away policy on the blog:Cool! Thanks for the link.