you guys don't seem to have any water bottle mounts on MTBs
I have a 3L camelbak and my buddy has a 2L Osprey.
Same here on yesterday's ride. I must have drunk about 6 l altogether, but peed very little. CristianB and I headed down to Boso via the Kurihama - Kanaya Tokyowan Ferry.It seems I just sweat out everything I drank today.
@hat and beard is a beast to ride with as well.Props to @hat and beard for mapping out the backroad paths in https://tokyocycle.com/threads/nov-22-or-23-chiba-dirt-gravel-林道s-and-autumn-leaves.5850/ .
Oppy put Aussie classics riders on the map by winning Paris-Brest-Paris in 1931!Paris-Brest-Paris 2019 started Sunday afternoon French time. I have been tracking the progress made by some of my friends from Japan and North America who are participating, plus a few others such as Fiona Kolbinger who won TCR#7, Björn Lenhard who had the fastest finish time in 2015 and Jan Heine, the editor of Bicycle Quarterly (which I'm a subscriber of). Having cycled a little more than 200 km on Saturday, I have nothing but respect for anyone riding over 1200 km from Paris to the Atlantic and back over the next few days.
Way to go!Opperman continued cycling until he was 90. He lived in a retirement village which, as the British journalist Alan Gayfer pointed out in 1993, had "No Cycling" signs. Opperman died on an exercise bicycle.
There are other brands of hydration pack, but they're not Camelbak.
you make great points there. my roadie background blindsided me completely to the idea of backpack fueling. not only that, I actually forgot I own one such backpack myself, deuter with 3 l platypus or whaddaya call them bladders. might come useful some day for riding away from the beaten pathsI have a 3L camelbak and my buddy has a 2L Osprey.
I'm not sure which pictures you're referring to, but FYI the highest point in Chiba (Anazaa-yama) is only 408 m, and I think the highest you can get on the road is 300 m ASL.Wow! Those pictures make the idea of climbing up to 3,000 meters almost look appealing! Great ride!