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    Actually why don't you bring your bike out to the Blood Root Trail spring camp out .The trail is bikeable 13 miles long and you can bike your gear to the back pack camp .

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    Slick mounting setup Joe
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    Very clever, Joe.

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    I was thinking of a backpack with a wheel on the end of a spring loaded, telescopic strut. It would bear the bulk of the weight of the pack. Sort of like a trailer where the tongue weight is actually rather small. Pull a cable and do a squat and the strut retracts for large trail obstacles. Pull it again and the strut extends.

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    Sounds cool .
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    riverjoe: Those pix are helpful, many thanks! I like that little folding bike, too. I'm on the lookout for one like that myself.
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    Dahon makes nice products far as folding bikes go. http://www.dahon.com/. I used one in France.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Twinsteel View Post
    riverjoe: Those pix are helpful, many thanks! I like that little folding bike, too. I'm on the lookout for one like that myself.
    Sorry TS . I meant these . Thats the third one of these folders I've had . This is the only one that can take 250 with ease .



    Thanks . A few more pics showing some details and the problem joint that I finally just did in copper .
    As stated original intent was to be sort of a leap frog deal where I could ride the bike up river to a bridge and then kayak down with the bike , trailer etc in the cheapie inflatable boat .








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    Pugsley is down...



    Last ride ended up with a flat and in repairing, discovered the hub was no rolling smoothly. Investigation found the hub race and cone bearing pitted, which meant it will have to be replaced.



    Upcoming? I am going to try a Alfine 8 IGH.

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    I want some Puglsey tires to make sandals from.

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