"... and if the comment you're replying to is a few comments back, you just copy and paste the relevant statement.
Or give context in your reply.
It worked on a climbing forum I used to frequent. It meant you could keep up on a discussion…"
"Il Giro and La Vuelta are almost always more interesting the Le Tour - generally their routes are more challenging, there are less of those dull flat days that end in a bunch sprint, more mountain top finishes, more intermediate states with shorter…"
I've ridden about half of the trip, driven between Cradle Mtn and Hobart many years ago, but not done too much in the way of current research on it. You could have a squiz at what I've done by bike at my website with either this trip or this one.. Both of them are substantially less arduous than the one that you looked at, and there is substantially less civilisation in many parts of that one. It will probably be a few years before I consider Tassie again due to various circumstances. It does not hold as much attraction to me as many of the mainland places that I've been and others that I plan to travel.
If you were after a real Tassiephile's opinion, NeilA would be your man. He's done lots of it and loves it to death.
The Tassie tourism mob have cycling maps of popular cycling routes on their website with profiles included. However, beware of them, they change the vertical and horizontal scales to fit the page rather than to enable easy comparisons between the days/routes.
Good luck with your trip, and let us know of your adventures.
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