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Trikes are slow....and heavy. I wonder if a low gear in the low 20 gear-inch is low enough for serious touring. There are no balance problems no matter how slow you go and you can't stand up to use your body weight over the cranks so you might as well be geared to take advantage of the benefits and compensate for the drawbacks.
Thanks, everybody, for trying, but not not much help. I've done tons of research, but was hoping my fellow ACA folks could be more specific/aggressive in their advice.OK then, so here is my "more specific/aggressive advice"... Unless you have specific requirements or preferences for using one forget the trailer. Far more people tour with panniers many are heavier than you and carry fairly heavy loads.
So, sigh, I'll go to trial and error.