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Old 06-01-10, 08:45 AM   #1
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Best way to carry my stuff?

In August of this year I am planning a trip - I am going from Irelands most Northernly point to the most southernly point - Mailn Head to Mizen Head - approx 400 miles. 4 days cycling. I am with 2 friends - we are not planning on camping - cheap b&bs on the way down.
I plan to take a toothbrush, evening clothes (shoes light trackie bottom and top) plus 2 tubes and mini pump.
My problem is: what is the best way to carry this small load.
We are competitive guys and plan to push the pace on good carbon fibre bikes so therefore want something that won't drag us down or damage the bikes.

Any help appreciated...

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Old 06-01-10, 10:04 AM   #2
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probably should have stuck with your thread in touring.
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