Weight is 20 kg
per person so Plan on about 10kg of checked luggage and 6kg of hand luggage, and your bike.
Size of the bag i am not to sure .... there may be a restriction on this.. i assume it would be the same as the airlines but dont quote me on that.
things to take
Gear for riding
2 pairs of bike shorts (minimum);
2 riding tops or t-shirts (minimum);
Cycling shoes or cycling sandals for riding;
SPF30+ sunscreen cream;
Warm windproof jacket. Evenings and mornings at this time of year can be cool to cold and after pedaling you will need to keep warm for any time spent in town;
Long riding tights or tracksuit (just in case we get a cold morning);
Wallet and money to purchase morning and afternoon teas and local produce along the cycle route;
Street-wear (shorts, jeans/trousers, skirt, dress, shirts etc);
Shoes or runners for wearing off the bike;
Socks, handkerchiefs, underwear, etc;
Tracksuit (good to wear if it gets cool on or off the bike or to sleep in);
Hat or cap;
Bathroom kit with toiletries (soap, toothpaste, toothbrush, shampoo etc).
Plate, bowl, cutlery and tea towel (pack these in a lightweight shoulder bag) i find Metalic ones are better as they dont break
Thermal cup or mug for morning and afternoon teas
Small fold-up tripod chair or groundsheet for comfortable meal times;
Sleeping bag and self inflating sleeping mat;
Small torch (find the one that straps to your hear is better)
Ear plugs (if you have difficulty sleeping in a thin walled tent).
Camera and film to record your adventure;
Mobile phone and charger
Wallet and Spare cash. just incase... remember that most towns do not ha ATM's
Have fun and hope to see you there