bike shorts - underwear type (2 pairs)
shorts (1 pair)
sleeved UV shirt
socks (2 pairs)
Booties (to cover clip-in shoes)
Pants (for camp)
pair of long underwear
nice t-shirt, quick dry material - no cotton!
nylon pants/shorts combination
warm socks, thin fleece gloves, ball cap
chamois towel, hanky, bug jacket, sunscreen 50 Factor,
food cache ranged in size from "just a few hours worth"
to up to 4 days, depending on the length of time I would be
found it ideal to carry a bag of oats as breakfast and emergency
food, plus 2 litres of water at all times. Usually breakfast
would be a bowl of oats and a couple of fruits. Lunch would
be anything I could find at convenience stores or supermarkets.
Dinner would consist of leftover lunch food, as well as about
2 litres of cooked pasta/rice (usually 2 "Liptons Sidekicks"
packages plus a handful of pasta) with veggies and canned meat.
Sometimes dessert would follow, plus a cup of hot coffee or
used a Lexan bear-proof cannister, which I found to be much
more convenient to store - rather than throwing a rope into
a tree every night!