GEAR FOR GOING LONG, REBECCA'S ARKANSAS HIGH COUNTRY RIDE SET UP
Updated: May 17, 2019
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Doing a long ride like the #ArHC is a pretty big undertaking not only because of the massive distance, but also the unsupported nature of the ride. Success depends on planning, controlling the controllables, and dialing in your gear. Just like putting in your training time for your legs, putting in time planning your gear will pay dividends on ride day. It’s not always the fastest legs that do well in ultra endurance events. Efficiency, smarts and equipment management are part of the equation too.
Being self-supported means you carry everything you need on your bike and body and resupply at public places along the way. This takes planning and a roll of the dice to decide what to take and what to leave at home.
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