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    ok so soft panniers are the order of the day might have to fit a small hard top box then as I have some kit I want to keep reasonably safe.

    As for travelling light I should be ok on that front did a 25 day trip last year taught me that I'd taken way too much crap and spent most of my time unloading stuff that I never used, as I will be camping a fair bit though I do have a tent and sleeping bag but combined weight is in the region of 2kg along with a small stove & gas although where possible I'll be cooking the old fashioned way with natural resources.

    less than 3 months to go and I'm beginning to brick it a bit as every day seems to throw up something I've forgotten. I'm also waiting for spot to release this http://www.findmespot.eu/en/index.php?cid=116 but really want to have it for a bit before I go so that I can see how it works ( not the SOS obviously).

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    ANOTHER HARDER 100 miles under my belt today, kit standing up well.

    Seat goes in Wednesday for work, less hight and GEL pads.

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    gel seat done

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    Got the road book and twat nav on the Katoum dash. Thanks for the bracket Louisdut

    Just waiting for teh wolfman soft luggage and MT21's and we are good to go
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    Got the road book and twat nav on the Katoum dash. Thanks for the bracket Louisdut

    Just waiting for teh wolfman soft luggage and MT21's and we are good to go
    That looks like just the tool- if you can stand the vibes

    Is this trip full?

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    Vibes will be OK for this trip. Wouldn't go too far on the road though

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    Bike returned to night from Torque RACING SERVICES
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