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    +1 Same here. I also use hotel service or...

    +1 Same here. I also use hotel service or commercial laundry service. Fee charged very reasonable in Thailand. If necessary, I'll do laundry in hotel's bath room, and let clothes dry over night. ...
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    I believe you'll do just fine. I think the...

    I believe you'll do just fine. I think the problem when riding with a partner is finding a friend who can fit into your tour schedule, with compatible personality( likes and dislikes), than the...
  3. If you're investing time and money for a...

    If you're investing time and money for a memorable vacation, don't put up with just a mediocre bike, but invest in a bike that will let you enjoy the entire trip. Since you're interested in touring...
  4. Dear Tycho Brahe, have you considered Thailand?...

    Dear Tycho Brahe, have you considered Thailand?
    ?????????????????????????? ? ????? - English Forum
    Contact Khun Bob Usher bobusher@ksc.th.com for trips that may coincide with your travel plan....
  5. Very good reads on this thread. Thanks to the...

    Very good reads on this thread. Thanks to the thread starter and all contributors.
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    If you ride >75 miles a day, after 2 weeks you...

    If you ride >75 miles a day, after 2 weeks you should begin to loose weight. I usually loose about 10 pounds every 3 weeks while on tour, and I'm not fat. That is after 2 weeks of colon...
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    http://www.thaimtb.com/forum/viewtopic.php?f=587&t...

    http://www.thaimtb.com/forum/viewtopic.php?f=587&t=952005
    It's in Thai, but plenty of pics. If you need translation, plese quote post#, and yours truly will try to translate.

    The link did not...
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    Thanks for very prompt advice.

    Thanks for very prompt advice.
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    Coconut oil, any one using it?

    I have read that Coconut Oil contain so-called Medium Chain Triglycerides (MCTs). I'm sick of carbo energy gels. Will cold pressed (centrifuged) coconut oil be a good substitute? I'm thinking of 1 tb...
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    Dear alaskadude, I've not been to Nepal myself,...

    Dear alaskadude, I've not been to Nepal myself, but have been to Alaska (Port Heiden, Alaska etc.) several times. I also went to boarding school in India, just at the south-western tip of Nepal...
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    If the touring bug bites hard during the gloomy...

    If the touring bug bites hard during the gloomy season (November through April), please consider cyclo touring in Thailand. You don't really need your camping stuff, but they could come handy...
  12. Poll: May be you should start a new Poll. I did just...

    May be you should start a new Poll. I did just that on a tour. 50-34 and 12-25. But that was on my 7.9kg. road bike, and a SAG tour.:p
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  14. Poll: I closely follow posts made by Pete and Doug64...

    I closely follow posts made by Pete and Doug64 (on other threads as well). I feel that Pete really understand my lust for a light - very light touring. I already have Bianchi Volpe with 44-32-22...
  15. Poll: :thumb:

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  16. Poll: Thanks for all inputs. Please keep them coming. ...

    Thanks for all inputs. Please keep them coming. For light touring, I think I'll settle for a low of 25 gear inch, with 46/30 front and 10 speed 12-32 rear cassette. This way I can participate...
  17. Poll: Thanks for taking time to give your view. More...

    Thanks for taking time to give your view. More power to you for >27 gear inch.:thumb:
  18. Poll: So that makes 3 replies favouring 25 gear inch....

    So that makes 3 replies favouring 25 gear inch. Amazing. Please keep them coming.
  19. Poll: staehpj1 Thanks for your comments. The poll...

    staehpj1 Thanks for your comments. The poll verifies your view. Different strokes for different folks. BTW I must confess that I'm leaning to your recommendation for 25 gear inch.
    bikenh You are...
  20. Poll: Thanks fchasm54 for your in put. I'm all ears,...

    Thanks fchasm54 for your in put. I'm all ears, even though I've been thinking about 46/30 crankset and 12-32 10 speed cog set. That's is why I created this poll. Keep them coming. Also thanks for...
  21. Poll: To help you recall your favourite low gear inch,...

    To help you recall your favourite low gear inch, I've made up a table of gear inches fro you.
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  22. Poll: What is your prefered lowest gear inch for light touring across the US. ?

    I created this poll to help me decide what gearing I 'd need for my new light touring bike. The bike should be capable of light touring across the US, so I figure a 28c road tyres should be adequate....
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    I wash my cycling jersey and shorts every day. ...

    I wash my cycling jersey and shorts every day. If you see the road grime washed off, you'll not tolerate unwashed cycling clothes. I usually have the guest house maid do the washing for me. Other...
  24. I assumed that you were from out side China, and...

    I assumed that you were from out side China, and Hongkong has a few dealers who specialize in Chinese bicycles, together with dealers for foreign brands. Riding gears and camping gears would be...
  25. If I were You, I would fly direct to Hongkong,...

    If I were You, I would fly direct to Hongkong, and get your bike there. Then bike north to Peking, and either fly or hop on a train to Vietnam, and cycle into Thailand, via Cambodia.
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