I'm planning a camping trip at a state park in the fall and to get to this state park its hike or bike. The trip is flat ground going from
a paved road to gravel. This camping trip is going to be a mock bug out by bike also.
Now for the help from everyone. I'm 6'4" and right now I'm 350 pounds. The few bikes I can find the info lists a max load of 190lbs,
most companies just don't publish that info. I realize that a touring bike is going to be out of the question. I know if money was no
object i could get a custom bike made. Lets just say I'll walk before i spend a morage payment on a bike...just not in it that much.
Are the wheels the weak link or would the welds brake first? Should I look at getting soild rubber tires, I found a company that
makes both solid rubber innertubes and soild rubber tires without the need for innertubes, would these be better for me? I've read that as long
as i have rims with 36 spokes or more I'll be fine. I'm hoping to both use the bike for this trip and to shed a few pounds. Would a beach
cruiser work to hold me plus enough gear for a 3 day 2 night camp? I found a bike, from a company I've not heard of, that looks to me
to be a good set up for both this trip and as a base for a bug out bike build. Its the Hollandia Holiday though the UrbanCruiser model they
make also looks good too. I'm having a hard time find reviews on this company or their bikes though. http://www.hollandiafietsen.nl/bicycles/cruisers.html
The other I found is the Mobo Triton Pro which lists its max weight at 250 pounds, this one is a 3 wheeled recumbent. looking at the specs on this one
It will fit my height fine. With this one i'd pull a trailer with my gear. Besides this one just looks fun. https://www.asaproducts.com/ProductDetails.asp?ProductCode=TRI-501