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How should I prepare?
- Ride your bike a lot.
- The more you ride, the better shape you'll be in.
- Get comfortable riding longer distances.
- Each day on the route is between 30 and 40 miles, but because of the climbing and rough roads it seems a lot longer.
- Get comfortable riding gravel roads.
- It takes some practice navigating loose gravel or rocky roads. Best to develop the skills before the tour.
- Get comfortable camping.
- You'll be tired from the ride when you get to camp. You'll want to know you can setup your tent without having to think about it too much.
- Have your bike serviced.
- You'll want the assurance that your bile is in good shape and won't start falling apart when we hit the bumpy roads.