Lots of options out there. Use the measurements given for each bag to make cardboard templates, then offer them up to the bike for size?
Also, consider side entry cages, or adapter plates that let you move the cages down the tubes.
Struck me as a pretty weather-proof route, I doubt mud would be too much of a problem. I did a bit of a write-up and some pics here:
Did the northern section from Inverness to Lochearnhead. I rode my Escapade with 42c Resolutes, my mate was on a Camino with 40c Nanos, both fine.
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Is anyone else as enraged as me by the Boris/IKEA meme's use of diacritical marks THAT DON'T EXIST IN THE SWEDISH ALPHABET???!!!
Well done Zazkar, but now I've got U2 stuck in my head...
Sounds good, but pics aren't working (for me at least).
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