good route there, that's my home turf so have cycled all of that lot several times
the bure valley railway path is an alternative you could also do, it is also possible to get a lot of the way down the coast on the coastal path from waxham south along the dunes if you want to get off the roads. it's quite sandy though obviously
what, like a rack. yes they do!
I am the recent recipient of £60 of vouchers for Pedal Revolution
I have no current need for this so will let it go for £50
Can meet there if anyone wants this as i live a few minutes ride away
airlok xtra 13l
the strap points line up spot on, i have sewn a couple of bits of velcro strip through the bits on the bag so i can hook the velcro loops over the cradle to hold it while i do the straps up.
i've used one of these for my last 3? tours with an alpkit dry bag
it's never given me a moments concern - recommended
I did most of the rhine route a couple of years ago and can definitely say the most boring bit was the stretch you mention
I was on the French side: it's lots of dead straight riding alonside canals, looks pretty for a few minutes but rapidly becomes very dull
Maybe the German side is better...
There was also some pushing..
Its a beautiful ride.
I did it on 35mm tyres on my Cotic Escapade with no trouble at all, that was august though and was totally dry.
these pictures are possibly from the section you are talking about
I did this a couple of years back
Started at home in Norwich, cycled to the start and ended up at Radnage in the Chilterns (think i was on the ridgeway at that point)
Then went back home (i needed lower gears, the hills over there did my knee in)
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