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10. September, 12:02 Uhr

Jay Petervary recently won the inaugural Silk Road Mountain Race. We asked him a few questions about the route, the gear he brought, and his experiences in Kyrgyzstan. Here's what he had to say, along with an incredible collection of photos by Giovanni Maria Pizzato... The post Jay Petervary on the Silk Road Mountain Race appeared first on BIKEPACKING.com.

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11. September, 13:02 Uhr

Slow Fare, a food essay that takes place in three countries, is one of over a dozen feature-length essays and stories in the forthcoming first issue of The Bikepacking Journal. Read on for a preview of this piece and to learn more about what else you'll find inside Issue 01 next month... The post Bikepacking Journal 01 Sneak Peek: Slow Fare appeared first on BIKEPACKING.com.

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12. September, 12:18 Uhr

For those seeking a brief escape from the city – a microadventure, as UK adventurer Al Humphries calls it – the humble bivy bag is one of the most simple, discreet, and affordable ways of spending a night in the wilds. We check out two budget camping offerings from British manufacturer Alpkit, and consider both the joys and tribulations of bivvying in Europe... The post Budget British Camping:...

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17. September, 11:39 Uhr

A-Cross The 5 is an unsupported bikepacking race that traverses Belgium, France, Luxemburg, Germany, and the Netherlands. Event organizer Berten De Canne and cameraman Tom Van Tricht put together this interesting short video from the second running of the race... The post A-Cross The 5 #2: The Aftermovie appeared first on BIKEPACKING.com.

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18. September, 12:35 Uhr

We attended the second annual Bikepacking Summit in Colorado, three days of adventure, education, and inspiration that left everyone excited to get involved in the community. Here’s a recap and photo set from the event, highlighting some of the key topics that were brought up during discussions and presentations over the weekend... The post 2018 Bikepacking Summit Recap: Moving Forward appeared...

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10. September, 16:39 Uhr

Did you know Kona Bikes has a storefront, the only one of its kind, in the cycling hub of Bellingham, Washington? Well, we didn't. Since Kona recently celebrated their 30th birthday, we thought it would be fitting to stop in for quick visit to learn more about the store, the manager Matt, and how they're getting involved with the local bikepacking community... The post Kona Bikes Bellingham: A...

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14. September, 11:49 Uhr

Problem Cheekah is one of over a dozen feature-length stories and essays in the forthcoming first edition of The Bikepacking Journal. Read on for a preview of this story and to learn more about what else will be inside October's Issue 01... The post Bikepacking Journal 01 Sneak Peek: Problem Cheekah appeared first on BIKEPACKING.com.

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04. September, 12:48 Uhr

Sisters in the Wild is one of more than a dozen feature length stories in the forthcoming first edition of The Bikepacking Journal, our new printed publication. Read on for a preview of the story, and to learn more about what else will be inside Issue 01, coming in October... The post Bikepacking Journal 01 Sneak Peek: Sisters in the Wild appeared first on BIKEPACKING.com.

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05. September, 10:23 Uhr

In this edition of Rider and Rig, we chat with Mike Hayes from Cornwall, UK. As a former road racer and seasoned long-distance bikepacker, Mike talks us through his distinct Brother Cycles Big Bro build, and shares some insight into his experiences with cycling as a form of therapy for depression... The post Rider and Rig: Mike and his Brother Cycles Big Bro appeared first on BIKEPACKING.com.

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04. September, 11:56 Uhr

Australia-based kLite has been working on a new dynamo-powered light that caters directly to the demands of bikepackers. Read on for the exclusive press release and product launch video for everything you need to know... The post kLite Announces New Bikepacker ULTRA Dynamo-Powered Light appeared first on BIKEPACKING.com.

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31. August, 13:05 Uhr

Having an ultralight and packable shelter doesn’t have to mean crawling into the cavelike confines of a bivy or succumbing to the potential exposure of a tarp setup. The MSR Carbon Reflex 1 is one of the lightest, fully featured solo tents available. Read on to find out how its its lightweight materials, carbon poles, and minimal design held up while bikepacking the Oregon Timber Trail… The...

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18. September, 15:50 Uhr

The French Divide is one of over a dozen feature-length stories and essays in the forthcoming first edition of The Bikepacking Journal. Read on for a preview of this story and to learn more about what else will be inside October’s Issue 01… The post Bikepacking Journal 01 Sneak Peek: Lael Wilcox on the French Divide appeared first on BIKEPACKING.com.

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31. August, 11:02 Uhr

Ever heard of Komoot? It's a feature-rich route planning tool and navigation app that's well suited for everything from casual jaunts around town to full-on bikepacking expeditions. For Collective Reward #009, we're giving away a Komoot Complete Package to 12 lucky Bikepacking Collective members... The post Collective Reward #009: Komoot Route Planning / Navigation App appeared first on...

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19. September, 13:23 Uhr

While many bikepackers are satisfied with a folding multi-tool for trailside wrenching, and others just blow off weight concerns and carry a full set of L-hex wrenches, some prefer the utility of a bit driver multi-tool. Here’s a comprehensive list of some of the better ones out there… The post Bit Driver Multi-Tools for Bikepacking and Bike Touring appeared first on BIKEPACKING.com.

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20. September, 12:46 Uhr

The new film, "I'm Not Stopping," follows Lael Wilcox as she races the Navad 1000 across Switzerland. Watch it here, plus find a nice gallery of photos from the race by Rugile Kaladyte... The post I’m Not Stopping (film): Lael Wilcox Navad 1000 appeared first on BIKEPACKING.com.

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07. September, 12:19 Uhr

Neil Beltchenko just rode the Colorado portion of the Great Divide Mountain Bike Route in less than two and a half days. In this reflection, he shares a few things that worked well during the ride, and others that didn’t... The post GDMBR Colorado: Things That Worked, Things That Didn’t appeared first on BIKEPACKING.com.

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06. September, 11:24 Uhr

Just in, these brand new stickers will be included with all copies of The Bikepacking Journal Issue 01 that we ship to Bikepacking Collective members. This 2.25 x 3.0" shield features our skull graphic and is the perfect size for bike tubes and water bottles... The post New BIKEPACKING.com Skull Stickers! appeared first on BIKEPACKING.com.

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17. September, 18:51 Uhr

With more tire clearance, the 2019 Salsa Warbird now comes in a Warbird 650B model with 2.1" Maxxis Pace tires, tons of mounts, and a new paint job... The post 2019 Salsa Warbird 650B x 2.1″ (Force 1 650) appeared first on BIKEPACKING.com.

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13. September, 16:21 Uhr

Esker Cycles just announced the next-generation Hayduke, their versatile hardtail that we first put through its paces along the Baja Divide. After two years of development, here's a quick look at what's new with this updated model... The post Esker Cycles Launches New Hayduke appeared first on BIKEPACKING.com.

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11. September, 11:30 Uhr

Made in Italy by Miss Grape, this full set of waterproof denim PEdAL ED bikepacking bags is quite remarkable. Instead of a full-on review, we giving them a quick first look before gifting them to one lucky Bikepacking Collective member. Here are all the facts, our first impressions, lots of photos, and details on how to win them... The post PEdAL ED Bikepacking Bags: First Look + How to Win...

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17. September, 19:46 Uhr

Salsa Cycles unveils more of their 2019 lineup. New builds include a suspension fork equipped Cutthroat, a wide trail green Fargo, a watermelon pink Timberjack, and more... The post Salsa Debuts 2019 All-Road and Hardtail Models appeared first on BIKEPACKING.com.

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05. September, 16:40 Uhr

The 2018 Smoke 'n' Fire 400 took off from Boise, Idaho, early this morning. Miles dropped by and snapped a few shots and shot a quick video of the grand depart. The post 2018 Smoke ‘n’ Fire 400 Grand Depart Video appeared first on BIKEPACKING.com.

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06. September, 14:21 Uhr

Last month, 100 cyclists from all over the country identifying as women, transgender, femme, and non-binary gathered in Whitefish, MT, for the first WTF Bikexplorers Summit. Leading up to it, they also organized the WTF Ride Series, and we're happy to share this excellent summary of those rides, featuring photos and route maps. Plus, an introduction to the WTF Bikexplorers Grassroots Ride...

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19. September, 14:33 Uhr

For Collective Reward #011, one Bikepacking Collective member will receive this complete group of brand new, stainless steel Klean Kanteens, our water receptacle of choice for big bikepackinge trips… The post Collective Reward #011: Klean Kanteens! appeared first on BIKEPACKING.com.

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14. September, 13:25 Uhr

In this edition of Rider and Rig, we spend a few days bikepacking with Ryan Carruth after bumping into him in Bend, Oregon. Ryan has been pedaling throughout California and Oregon for the last three months, and he shares some of the routes he’s ridden, thoughts on traveling with purpose, and surprisingly little about his trusty Surly Pugsley... The post Rider and Rig: The Bigger Picture with...

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30. August, 19:32 Uhr

“You’re not still on that bike are you?” “Yeah, I’m taking it up to heaven!” Meet Graeme and Betty Cox, 86 and 91 years of age. The two have pedaled 1,700 miles in 16 months... The post Life After 80 appeared first on BIKEPACKING.com.

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22. November, 15:21 Uhr

The RatKing T Rack is a minimal, lightweight rear rack that can clear large tires (up to 29x3.5") while also adding two sets of '3-pack' triple bottle mounts to the lower rear of a dirt-touring rig. With production moving over from RatKing to the Tumbleweed Bicycle Company, here's the latest news on how to get one... including a raffle drawing! The post RatKing T Rack Update: Production Moves...

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13. September, 13:28 Uhr

Tarptent updated their popular Double Rainbow tent for 2019, adding more interior space, better weather protection, and increased packability. Read on for a preview of this value-packed two-person tent, including a little teaser video from Tarptent... The post Tarptent Announces Updated Double Rainbow appeared first on BIKEPACKING.com.

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20. März, 15:35 Uhr

Ultra racer Neil Beltchenko brings us along for the ride in this detailed report from his victory in the 2018 Iditarod Trail Invitational 350, recounting his three-day battle against the legendary Iditarod Trail, the merciless Alaskan winter, and the competition... The post Snowbound: Three Days on The Iditarod Trail appeared first on BIKEPACKING.com.

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20. März, 14:09 Uhr

With three bottle mounts, a new frame designed to dampen vibration, and build weights dipping below 20 pounds (9kg), the new Santa Cruz Highball 29 looks like a carbon race thoroughbred ready for long and fast rides.... The post New Santa Cruz Highball 29 Looks ‘Ultra’ Ready appeared first on BIKEPACKING.com.

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