Bike tools < Boat tools, and that's a good thing!
Surprisingly, to me at least, the muscle soreness that I predicted yesterday didn’t set in. And that’s great, because it didn’t hinder our second ride where we went searching for even more dirt tracks. Ultimately we found some, without any of the threatening Private Property – No Trespassing signs. These tracks took us through a large plant nursery, and alongside a ranch with plenty of frisky horses, and some stern-looking longhorn steer.
Yes, I’m missing a helmet. That’s on the shopping list!
Perfect tracks to explore!
Some bike tools, a spare tube, and a charger for our dynamo hub.
When we picked up our bikes, we also collected a bunch of tools that we had asked Daniel to put together for us. The kit is not completely all-inclusive, but does contain the lion’s share of what we’ll need. Quite different than the comprehensive tool collection that offshore cruisers tend to carry, isn’t it?
As you can see in the above pic, we also started testing out some of the bikepacking bags that we purchased from Rogue Panda. They are as high-quality as we had hoped they would be. The small bag on the downtube of Rebecca’s bike contains all of the tools that you can see in the above photo, minus the pump, the spare tube, and the Sinewave Revolution charger (not a tool).