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I ride a Jamis Aurora. The spokes on the back wheel keep breaking and I am purchasing a new wheel later today. Should I get a regular/cheap touring wheel? What kinds of things should I look for in a new wheel?

I suppose I could put a road tire on it since I ride on [...]

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Motorbike trip is wonderful for those who have good health and like more adventure in their travels. Bike tours to the rugged region offer a more direct experience of the life of its people.It is probably not everyone’s cup of tea, but discovering Vietnam’s rugged and scenic northwest on a motorbike is more than an [...]

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I'm going to be riding coast to coast (USA) and need to buy a bike. Would a non-touring bike be ok for this if I'm using a trailer instead of panniers? Obviously a touring bike would be best (more sturdy, etc.) but due to the cost difference, would a road bike be adequate for this? [...]

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I would be doing long tours as much as a month or two.

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I have a touring bike but due to the fact that I go over the city w/ it, and into every pothole, I'm interested in a mountain bike tire. But is it to wide? My bike rims can only accept a tire that is 1 and a half inch.

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Im planning a bike from from Ottawa to Vancouver (approx 5000km) and my fellow traveler and I are trying to decide what is the maximum distance we can travel per day. This leads me to another question which is how much hill climbing can we expect to complete in a day.

Im looking for [...]

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This bike is perfect for a commuter vehichle.. I like the smaller engine displacement as it seems all touring bikes available in America are well over 1000cc. Any ideas?

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Bike tour showcases state’s heritage
More than 500 bicyclists from 36 states and three foreign countries are riding across the state along the Erie Canal this week, as part of a 13th annual bike trip designed to draw attention to upstate New York and its heritage.

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Wide open spaces

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Wide open spaces
For those looking to find a place to ride a bike, a horse or just take a jaunt into new territory, the Droste open space property between Snowmass Village and Aspen might be just the place.

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I am considering getting a new bike within next a few months. I currently have Yamaha V-Star 650 custom model, which I have been riding about 3 years. I from time to time wanted to ride more than couple hours on highways, without thinking of overheating, so I have been thinking about getting a Honda [...]

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Im wondering cause I want to use a touring bike for commuting everyday and I live on dirt roads. Would mud do anything bad to a touring bike?

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I'm planning a 340 mile pittsburgh-to-D.C. bike trip along the allegheny/c&o canal bike trails, and i'm planning on camping most or all of the nights --- i'm getting a super lightweight tent to carry with me...

what advice do the experienced riders have for a newbie? the longest trip i ever made was 72 miles [...]

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Bike tour of Palace of Versailles allows you to soak in luxury without crowds
PARIS - I was riding along trails laid out for French monarchs, a bottle of wine and a day's lunch on my back. But where Louis XIV rode a horse, I had a humble beach cruiser.

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