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 on: June 28, 2012, 08:58:16 AM 
Started by centralpark - Last post by centralpark
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Hi tony,
          I welcome to your plan. I wish best of luck in your tour in western USA.

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 on: June 22, 2012, 05:42:58 AM 
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I visited your blog site. In it excellent posts are shared. And your updates regarding the bike designed.

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 on: June 19, 2012, 08:11:58 AM 
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Hi, I am biking around iceland this summer, and I am wondering what is available for stove fuel.  I have a stove that takes the small screw on canisters, and a stove that takes the piercing type.  Which type of fuel canister is available, and is this everywhere, or only in rekyivik. 

thanks, any knowledge is appreciated.


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 on: June 16, 2012, 02:01:07 PM 
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Hello my name is Ari and im actually planning a bicycle tour very similar too yours...im new to this website and noticed that this was posted a year ago.  I'd like to know if you have already left and done this trip or actually still planning on doing it.  Please email me back and let me know, i'd love to join you on some adventure Smiley.

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 on: June 10, 2012, 11:15:43 PM 
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Great thoughts shared for taking care of the chain while traveling..Just go through this link you will find few more such great ideas..



voices.yahoo.com/how-take-care-bicycles-chain-635943.html

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 on: June 10, 2012, 11:32:33 AM 
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Me and my boyfriend are going to cycle from Valencia to Prague, our trip starts on 2nd of July.
Firstly we wanted to overnight at farmer's or just in forests, but then we heard something about camping company in Europe, where we can pay 1 time for a membership and then we could sleep in every camping of this company for free. Unfortunately, this guy, who used to use this forgot the name of this company.
May be someone of you, guys, knows what he was talking about? We would be really thankful.
Also we would be really thankful if you could advise us something... something!)
and excuse me please for my English, i'm not native speaker.

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 on: June 06, 2012, 05:08:21 PM 
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Hi!

Wow this is an old response, but have you considered a water filter pitcher or water filter bottles?  I have both of these and they are just amazing. I could not imagine drinking water any other way. I even use the filtered water in cooking, even though boiled water is supposed to get rid of the chemicals in the city water.

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 on: June 06, 2012, 04:43:55 PM 
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Hi,

I know this is kinda late, but have you considered MRE food? I use these when camping at home or around the country. They are easy to pack and easy to heat up. Also, you have at least 5-6 different food choices. The company I purchase my MRE from is Mountain House. I think you just type in Mountain House foods.

Hope this helps you.

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 on: June 05, 2012, 10:59:21 AM 
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I am 18, just finished high school, and ready for the big world and all it has to offer! I really want to see the united states in all it's beauty, which is why I decide to tour all summer. I am excited for all the opportunities presented by going long distance on a bike: exercise, the outdoors, connecting with people, living simply, and learning about myself. I'm leaving on my for my first tour in about btw June 12 and june 17 from Sonoma County, CA and headed northeast. I'm pretty fearless and want to soak in all the great things life has to offer. I like reading, skiing, talking about nearly anything, swimming, and trying new things.  I'm all about the journey, less about the destination, and the pure enjoyment of biking. I plan on stopping to explore! Maybe averaging 50 miles or so a day. I would prefer a partner under 30 for compatibility reasons.

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 on: May 27, 2012, 02:23:32 PM 
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I'm looking for a cycling partner to join me for all, or part of, a year long trip starting in December 2012.

My plan is to venture into the unknown. It will be a journey without a fixed destination. I wanna learn about different cultures, learn a language or two, go to countries which have names that i cannot even pronounce, and just kinda figure out what motivates people to live in the places they do. I prefer to explore a place in detail rather than zip on through.

I've been on a few short (1-4 weeks) tours before, solo and with partners, and have always dreamed about going for longer. However, my previous addiction to rock climbing has prevented me from doing so. Now that i don't climb anymore, the only thing i truly want to do now is this cycling trip. For such a long trip i would prefer a partner to share stories, sunsets and the mental strain of life on the road. Having failed to convince any of my friends to join me, I am hoping to find a like-minded person here on the internet, which is something i've never done before.

I'm 27 years old, male, from England. I have no preference of age or gender for a cycling partner, though previous cycling experience would be nice. I will be in both Colorado, USA and England during December 2012, and will leave from either place or somewhere nearby. I would prefer to mostly free-camp and stay out of restaurants in order to make my US$7000 last a full year.

Email me if interested: hiyaneil@hotmail.com

Neil Chelton

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