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I should have also directed you to this web site it helped in our planning.
Crazy Guy On A Bike. Search North America then Hawaii. There are numerous write ups on Big Island trips.
Hope the links work. Our trip was in 2009 not 2008 time flys....
I have not had a chance at anything longer than a couple days ride, because my sales are up and its hard to keep up with the demand. I am a potter/artist, so go figure.
... Where are the best online stores for gear that works and low prices?
Not sure, I generally try and support my LBS, but that is me.
QuoteIt's going to blow our budget just flying out to Hawaii, once there we have next to no $$ so every penny will be watched...You do know, I hope, that food and other things are extremely expensive in Hawaii compared to on the mainland. I worked there for five months in 1981, and it was 20 more years (2001) before the price of a lot of things on the mainland caught up to what they were in Hawaii in 1981.