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  • Idaho Hot Springs Loop: The Most Interesting Bikepacking Video Ever?

    Idaho Hot Springs Loop: The Most Interesting Bikepacking Video Ever?

    💬1    Jun 23    📝logan    / Bikepacking Videos

    This may be the most interesting bikepacking video in the history of bikepacking videos. Make sure to turn the volume up to fully understand…

  • High Altitude Lines

    High Altitude Lines

    💬6    Jun 21    📝guest    / Bikepacking Videos

    High Altitude Lines is a stunner of a film following four friends on a 10-day bikepacking/fishing trip through Colorado’s San Juan mountains as they slay plenty singletrack and high country trout. Watch the film here alongside a collection of photos from the trip…

  • End of The Road

    End of The Road

    💬26    Jun 20    📝guest    / Feature Stories

    In 2012 Franziska and her partner Jona set out on an around the world bike trip. After many countries and countless miles, somewhere amidst the rugged dirt roads of the Ecuadorian Andes, slipping her way through a quagmire of rainy season mud, Franzi began to question the very essence of what she’d set out to do…

  • New Niner SIR 9 Gets Adventurized with 27.5+, tons of mounts & more

    New Niner SIR 9 Gets Adventurized with 27.5+, tons of mounts & more

    💬10    Jun 19    📝logan    / New Bikes

    Niner has just released the latest drool-worthy steel hardtail with a bikepacking predisposition. The all new Niner Sir 9 was reengineered from the ground up with a mount-laden Reynolds 853 steel frame that fits 27.5+ or 29er wheels and tires…

  • Waterproof Revelate Pockets: Egress + Yakataga

    Waterproof Revelate Pockets: Egress + Yakataga

    💬7    Jun 19    📝logan    / Bikepacking Bags

    Revelate Designs recently released the all new 100% waterproof Egress Pocket. We tested it in the damp forests and root-strewn trails of western North Carolina for this review. Plus, a first look at the airtight T-Zip Yakataga Pocket, purpose built for packrafting and swamp-packing…

  • Introducing the 180 gram Enlightened Equipment Recon Bivy

    Introducing the 180 gram Enlightened Equipment Recon Bivy

    💬3    Jun 15    📝logan    / News

    Today Winona, Minnesota based Enlightened Equipment released an interesting new ultralight and highly compressible bug bivy bag called the Recon Bivy…

  • WTB Resolute 42 Gravel Tire Introduces ‘All-Weather’ design

    WTB Resolute 42 Gravel Tire Introduces ‘All-Weather’ design

    💬2    Jun 15    📝logan    / News

    WTB puts a new spin on gravel with the just released ‘All-Weather’ Resolute 42 Gravel Tire…

  • Dylan Taylor’s American Trail Race Rig

    Dylan Taylor’s American Trail Race Rig

    💬6    Jun 15    📝logan    / Bikepacking Gear Lists

    Dylan Taylor is currently leading the American Trail Race and after 14 days he’s just about halfway through the 5,148 mile route. We caught up with Dylan to inquire about his bike, gear kit, and race experience so far…

  • Bikepacking Trans Germany (Video)

    Bikepacking Trans Germany (Video)

    💬9    Jun 14    📝logan    / Bikepacking Videos

    In April 2017 Lukas Winkelmann and Sven Garbe rode the Bikepacking Trans Germany, a 1000 mile route from Basel to Rügen. Along the way they made this impressive film capturing the route and their journey…

  • Indiana Schulz’s American Trail Race Rig

    Indiana Schulz’s American Trail Race Rig

    💬6    Jun 13    📝logan    / Bikepacking Gear Lists

    After just 12 days, Indiana Schulz is almost halfway through the 5,000 mile American Trail Race from North Carolina to Oregon. We intercepted Indy just outside the Smoky Mountains to learn more about his gear kit and trip so far…

  • Instruments of Adventure

    Instruments of Adventure

    💬7    Jun 12    📝guest    / Bikepacking Videos

    Instruments of Adventure is an incredible new film by Bjørn Olson and crew that gets to the heart of why we set out into the wild hinterlands…

  • Anker PowerPort Solar Review: off-the-grid touring

    Anker PowerPort Solar Review: off-the-grid touring

    💬4    Jun 12    📝cass-gilbert    / Accessories

    Anker’s PowerPort Solar is a charging system suited to more powerful electronic devices, like larger iPhones and tablets. We head off-the-grid to the Peruvian Andes, loaded with framebag full of gadgets…

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