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  • Porcelain Rocket 52Hz Waterproof Frame Pack

    Porcelain Rocket 52Hz Waterproof Frame Pack

    💬3    May 25    📝logan    / Bikepacking Bags

    Porcelain Rocket is at it again. This time with the world’s first fully waterproof seam welded roll-top frame pack. We had a chance to test the 52Hz frame pack in advance of its launch, and in one extremely heavy downpour…

  • All The Places: CocoraVelo

    All The Places: CocoraVelo

    💬0    May 24    📝logan    / Bikepacking Videos

    What goes better than coffee and cycling? Not much, and Colombia’s got both in spades. CocoraVelo, part one of the All The Places film series, looks at these two important and well-aquainted industries and as they converge in a symbiosis unlike anywhere else in the world. Watch the trailer and find details about the trip and screenings…

  • All New Gaia GPS: Our favorite GPS app gets a major update.

    All New Gaia GPS: Our favorite GPS app gets a major update.

    💬14    May 23    📝logan    / News

    Released last night, the new GAIA GPS app is the first of its kind to include NatGeo Trails Illustrated maps. Other updates include snap-to-trail routing planning and a visual overhaul…

  • Industry Nine Matchstix Multi-tool Review: Enginerdery…

    Industry Nine Matchstix Multi-tool Review: Enginerdery…

    💬0    May 23    📝logan    / Accessories

    For gadget fiends, the Industry Nine Matchstix Multi-tool and thru-axle is a must have piece of engineering. For bikepackers, it might just be the perfect way to neatly stow emergency tools. Here’s our review after six months of use…

  • 8bar in The High Atlas, Morocco

    8bar in The High Atlas, Morocco

    💬4    May 22    📝logan    / Bikepacking Videos

    8bar took an eight day bikepacking trip through the High Atlas Mountains in Morocco and made this film along the way. Click for photos and a map of their route…

  • Budget 1×10: Making the Most of Old Shimano Tech

    Budget 1×10: Making the Most of Old Shimano Tech

    💬27    May 22    📝cass-gilbert    / Bikepacking Gear

    Thinking about giving a 1x drivetrain a whirl for bikepacking? It’s easy to get carried away by the latest and greatest. But if you’re not ready for the investment of a dedicated 11 or even 12-speed drivetrain, there’s a budget option at hand. For those already running a Shimano-compatible 8 or 9-speed freehub, switching to a relatively wide range, 1×10 drivetrain is both easy and affordable.

  • Swift Sugarloaf Review: #basketpacking

    Swift Sugarloaf Review: #basketpacking

    💬22    May 17    📝cass-gilbert    / Bikepacking Bags

    Thinking of giving ‘basketpacking’ a go? Swift’s Sugarloaf is designed to fit snuggly within the wire confines of a Wald 137 basket. With its side clips and internal pockets, it brings an element of practicality and refinement to both dirt road campouts and commutes around town. Even better, it might even encourage you to ride your bike more…

  • The Al Hajar Traverse: Bikepacking Oman

    The Al Hajar Traverse: Bikepacking Oman

    💬5    May 15    📝logan    / Bikepacking Videos

    A mesmerizing film following three riders as they experience the landscape, culture and history of the Al Hajar Mountains while bikepacking through Oman…

  • Bedrock Black Dragon Dropper Seat Bag Review: Domain master.

    Bedrock Black Dragon Dropper Seat Bag Review: Domain master.

    💬4    May 15    📝logan    / Bikepacking Bags

    Handmade in Colorado, the new Bedrock Black Dragon Dropper Seat Bag is built for mountain bikers looking to pack a minimal kit and disappear down a twisting ribbon of singletrack. After a few hundred miles, here’s our review…

  • PAUL gets the blues…

    PAUL gets the blues…

    💬0    May 13    📝logan    / News

    Ever wanted to bling up your bikepacking rig with some blue metal? PAUL Components just announced their whole line of made in the USA parts will be available in blue… for just six months.

  • The Adventure Syndicate Launches “The Quad” Bikepacking Race Team

    The Adventure Syndicate Launches “The Quad” Bikepacking Race Team

    💬7    May 12    📝logan    / News

    The Quad is the first ever professional cycling team to specialize entirely in self-supported ultra-distance bikepacking events and will be officially launched at Spin Cycling Festival this weekend.

  • Salsa Deadwood SUS Review: This bike is for…

    Salsa Deadwood SUS Review: This bike is for…

    💬6    May 11    📝logan    / Bikepacking Bikes

    Aside from those strapping 29×3” tires, Deadwood “the sequel” SUS shares just one similarity with the original steel dropbar bike of the same name — it makes folks wonder. We took the 29+ Deadwood SUS on flow trails, dirt roads, gnarly singletrack, and into the backcountry trying to make heads or tails of this curiosity…

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