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Alia Parker's picture

A paragliding bike trip sounds awesome! Yeah, cyclocross bikes generally have a geometry that supports an aggressive riding position and the gears are configured for speed, so they generally don't make good touring bikes where you need a more relaxed and comfortable riding position and a good range of low gears for towing weight. Touring bikes, like these Viventes, are perfect (and make great commuting bikes too).

The World Randonneurs are very competitively priced considering it includes a Tubus rack, dynamo and lights. In Australia, they start at about $2,499 for the Decan model and climb up to $3,999 for the Swabia with 14-speed Rohloff and hydraulic disc brakes.
 

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