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Dec 19, 2019 at 21:29
Dec 19, 2019
Record Attempt on the 220km Annapurna Circuit in Nepal
Hey, I would recommend a full suspension similar to the Kona Hei Hei. 120 mm on the front, 100 mm in rear, 29 inch wheels. I've also used a hardtail, Kona Honzo, on this ride and it is fine as well! Water is easy to find, as far as stashing bikes and bike boxes, most hotels and teahouses weill do it and I've never worried about it going missing. A good hotel option with luggage storage in Katmandu is International Guesthouse!
ctwally ctwally's article
Dec 19, 2019 at 21:26
Dec 19, 2019
Record Attempt on the 220km Annapurna Circuit in Nepal
Hey, I recommend training between 2300-2900 m, any lower and the effects won't be great, and any higher gets tough on your body to rest and recover. For extreme altitude like this ride, I tried to get up around 4000 M a couple times so the body would get use to it. Ideally a person would have 3 weeks to acclimatize, I did two 6 day stints which helped alot!
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