I used gorilla glue on my five tens as it was easier to get hold of. They're not bike shoes but it seems to have held up well.
The flap that come with them isn't too bad on the front. I managed last winter with them but I'll make something a little longer this winter.
Axe Edge still tasting nice and fresh (bottles 31st August)
Kernel Centinal Comet Summit IPA - also nice.
I think the SOL version is lighter
He's racing, go light and supplement with a bus shelter if possible :)
Mostly nice? Comparatively nice?
Looking at off-road route...
Sources: bikepacking.com/plog/trans-america-trail-end-of-an-odyssey/ and bikepacking.com/plog/trans-america-trail-tat-1500-mile-update/
No problems on my 1x1 (and Karate Monkey in the past). Shimano QR, currently using a tug but been fine without it in the past.
There are two TransAm Trails - the one you linked is nice bike friendly paved touring. The one I linked/covered in the link to hippy/as far as I can tell, the race is on is this one: transamtrail.com/the-trans-am-trail/ originally for offroad motorbikes.
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