The ICON A5 POH gently implies, and other sources outright claim, that its Rotax 120iS prefers a diet of 87 octane mogas, and I've found a couple of sources claiming that while it'll take 100LL, the lead builds up in the oil, requiring more frequent oil changes.
The POH itself says that you should be mindful of vapour-lock, especially at higher altitudes or hot air temperatures. They suggest a blend of mogas and avgas is a good practice when in doubt.
Obviously if you've folded the wings and put your flying jetski on a trailer, you can probably top up the tank at any gas station, but as I'm preparing to simulate flying the Appalachian Trail, including a staging flight from Massachusetts to Georgia, it occurs to me that the trailer stays at home.
So when you're on tour, flying the thing airport to airport, if you want to use mogas.... where do you even get it? Do airport fuel stations commonly have mogas available? If so, how is it usually priced and can you tell which places would have it from sources like Skyvector?
Or is this a case of "bring a few jerry cans and expect to hike to and from the nearest gas station?"