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  • Saving Our Public Lands, Protect Our Playgrounds (Part 1 and 2)

    Saving Our Public Lands, Protect Our Playgrounds (Part 1 and 2)

    💬2    Apr 24    📝logan    / Bikepacking Videos

    Outside TV just released part 1 of its Saving Our Public Lands series. This episode follows Steve “Doom” Fassbinder and Rebecca Rusch on a bikepacking/packrafting/climbing trip through Bears Ears, Grand Staircase-Escalante National Monument to bring awareness to the threats that our public lands face…

  • Introducing the Bikes or Death Podcast

    Introducing the Bikes or Death Podcast

    💬13    Apr 24    📝miles-arbour    / Culture

    The Bikes or Death Podcast focuses on the people and stories that contribute to the bikepacking community. With six episodes under his belt, we reach out to creator Patrick Farnsworth to learn more about him, the podcast, and his plans for 2019…

  • Endura MT500 Kit Review: Head, Shoulders, Knees, and Toes

    Endura MT500 Kit Review: Head, Shoulders, Knees, and Toes

    💬11    Apr 23    📝miles-arbour    / Apparel

    Endura’s MT500 collection is designed to offer rugged trail performance, and a good selection of the products in this range also feature a waterproof design. Or, at the very minimum, some water repellency for light rain and mud. Miles spent the winter commuting by bike on British Columbia’s mild and rainy west coast, and here’s his review of the MT500 Waterproof Jacket, MT500 Spray Trouser II, and the MT500 Plus Overshoe.

  • More Bikes From the 2019 Sea Otter Classic

    More Bikes From the 2019 Sea Otter Classic

    💬14    Apr 22    📝logan    / Bikepacking Bikes

    Here are seven more intriguing bikes we found at the 2019 Sea Otter Classic, including a Rock Lobster tandem mountain bike, the latest steel Norco Search, three bikes from Speedvagen, the latest Hakka MX color from Ibis, and the Thesis OB-1…

  • Reader’s Rig: Slim Wonder’s Retrotec

    Reader’s Rig: Slim Wonder’s Retrotec

    💬9    Apr 19    📝lucas    / Dispatch

    This week on Reader’s Rig, we scope out Slim Wonder’s Retrotec 29er, custom built in California by Curtis Inglis. With a Rohloff drivetrain, Dynamo front hub, and full suite of handmade bags, this thing looks ready to go just about anywhere. Read on for more photos and build details…

  • 2019 Sea Otter Finds (Part 1)

    2019 Sea Otter Finds (Part 1)

    💬16    Apr 18    📝logan    / Accessories

    After four days of roaming the seemingly infinite booths and displays at the 2019 sea Otter Classic, we found a few worthwhile products to share. Here’s part one, featuring a dozen new and interesting things from OneUp, Revelate, and many more…

  • Porcelain Rocket’s Nigel Handlebar Bag Returns

    Porcelain Rocket’s Nigel Handlebar Bag Returns

    💬0    Apr 18    📝miles-arbour    / Dispatch

    Nigel is back! Porcelain Rocket’s standalone handlebar bag has been redesigned to simplify the manufacturing process, create a sleeker package, and offer a sturdier bag for extra clothing, cameras, or anything else you may want quick access to. Read on for complete details…

  • Hexlox Review: Miniature Crime Fighters

    Hexlox Review: Miniature Crime Fighters

    💬5    Apr 17    📝cass-gilbert    / Accessories

    Do you bikepack on the bike you ride every day? Or perhaps you worry about parts when you leave your steed locked up on tour? We try out the Hexlox system, designed to secure saddles, wheels, handlebars, and even thru axle wheels against theft…

  • The New Otso Waheela C (Sea Otter Classic 2019)

    The New Otso Waheela C (Sea Otter Classic 2019)

    💬5    Apr 17    📝logan    / Bikepacking Bikes

    With clearance for 2.1″ tires, four cage mounts, and an adjustable wheelbase, the new Otso Waheela C is another interesting choice among the growing legion of carbon gravel bikes built for exploration…

  • Pedal Further, Pack Less Watercolor Prints

    Pedal Further, Pack Less Watercolor Prints

    💬1    Apr 17    📝lucas    / Dispatch

    We asked our contributors to tell us the most ridiculous thing they’ve ever brought on a bikepacking trip, then we commissioned artist Chris McNally to create a watercolor illustration of what may well be the worst pack list of all time. Every copy of The Bikepacking Journal 02 will ship with a limited edition A5 “Pedal Further, Pack Less” watercolor print. Today is the deadline to join and subscribe, don’t miss out!

  • Rodeo Labs Traildonkey 3.0 (Sea Otter Classic 2019)

    Rodeo Labs Traildonkey 3.0 (Sea Otter Classic 2019)

    💬14    Apr 16    📝logan    / Bikepacking Bikes

    We had the opportunity to get up close and personal with the Rodeo Labs Traildonkey 3.0 during the 2019 Sea Otter Classic. Complete with quick release hydraulic brake couplers, the “switch” version easily changes between a drop-bar all-road rig and a flat bar MTB. See more photos and details here…

  • Collective Reward #031: Bedrock Cairn 3D Pro Adventure Sandals

    Collective Reward #031: Bedrock Cairn 3D Pro Adventure Sandals

    💬2    Apr 16    📝lucas    / Dispatch

    We’ve teamed up with Bedrock Sandals for Collective Reward #031, and two lucky members of our Bikepacking Collective will take home a pair of Cairn 3D Pro Adventure Sandals in their choice of size and color. Note that the deadline to enter this giveaway is tomorrow, April 17th. Don’t miss out! Find complete details below…

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