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The guy put a $13 chain on claiming there was no point in using expensive chains, use cheap ones and change them every 500 miles was his recommendationWhen I get weird advice like this, it's usually because they guy is selling me the only thing he has in stock.
No, I didn't notice that at all.+1
lately I have found that I can fit everything including bike and gear in a bike soft caseThis probably only works for an ultralight tourer such as yourself. Otherwise the airline overweight charges will make it impractical.