Philips park today- why the pads//full backpacks and water etc?

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  • a spare tube, spare link, a CO2 canister, multitool and a couple of snack bars – does not require a 25 litre back pack.

    They all easily fit in my rear pockets.

    Water in a bottle . . .

    I will occasionally use my small racy camelbak, but my large one is gathering dust

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    trio25
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    Each to their own I say if people want to wear pads and camelbaks at least they are riding?

    I had my camelbak on today, 34miles by the time I got home so was glad of the water/food etc. Not everyone just rocks up and rides the loop.

    I have done that though and had a camelbak, with firt aid kit, tubes etc, I was leading and I like to be prepared just in case.

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