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Look at page 23 and 24 of the manual and follow the directions for measuring tire rollout. Measure your front tire and select the wheel size on the chart that has the closest measurement to your tire. There can be a big difference in the circumference of different brand/model tires even if the stated size is the same. Measurement of the actual tire ...
My friends and I have hiked a lot while carrying our bikes. What I've found that works best is: go to the non drive side of the bike drop the non drive side pedal down left hand on the left fork lower right hand on the non drive side crank arm lift whole bike and place bottom tube behind your neck This works because: bike is central on top of you and ...
A 27.5" wheel is a 650b wheel, which is not listed. Your bike computer should have a way to do calibrations the old fashioned way -- by rolling the bike a known distance (typically something like ~10 meters) after mounting the magnet+sensor and from this, it will calculate the necessary parameters for the wheel size. If you don't have that ability, you ...
This is not really a question we can answer for you. Practice lashing the bike to the pack until you get something balanced. You have front wheel up, front wheel down, and sideways. A climbing style pack will have more lash points. Put the weight high so you can lean forward and get the weight over your hips without bending a lot.
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