it looks great how much stuff you carry with you?
I’m interested in joining my friend on his long trip just for a few days, but I must be self supported then. So I’m happy to see that it works for you.
We’ve had a great start to our charity ride, made it into Katherine last night.
It’s taken several days of equipment adjusting - anyone that’s tried to stash gear on a unicycle frame knows it isn’t as easy as it looks - but now we’re finding our routine. Did our best day yet yesterday: 91kms
Lots of smiles and support, even had our first “wheel to wheel” donation passed to us while riding at top speed! *Great vibes from all.
Rolled into tennant creek yesterday, 1000kms done, feeling quite satisfied.
Lots of ice cream and frozen grapes today on our rest day. *
The riding has been pretty solid - been having issues with keeping bike shorts dry - and the problems that follow keeping such areas damp and rubbed - but we’ve got extra pairs sent out to Alice Springs that should help rotate them while others dry. Nothing says class like meeting folks for the first time with your grimy shorts airing on your backpack… Heehee
The traffic is quieter still, maybe 5 cars an hour or 20 when busy. People are wonderful, always keen for a wave n chat. The further south we get the greater the reaction - very much looking forward to getting back into South Australia.
Traffic to our blog (http://unitramps.com) went wild after Sman did a series of radio interviews and a couple news articles (it’s a great break for me to have someone who enjoys doing the media)
Alice springs (middle of Australia), you’re up next.*