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Bikepacking
09. Juni, 22:02 Uhr

Rugile Kaladyte's latest video follows endurance athlete Lael Wilcox during her time in Anchorage and ride from Boulder to Emporia to prepare for the 2,750 mile Tour Divide race, set to commence this Friday. The post 2019 Tour Divide Race Prep With Lael Wilcox appeared first on BIKEPACKING.com.

Bikepacking
27. Februar, 14:37 Uhr

In bikepacking utopia, we all tear around beautiful singletrack on minimal, softbag setups carefully packed with the latest in ultralight gear. In the real world, howoever, many of us need aren’t always riding trails and our gear is bulky; sometimes we just need a little extra capacity. Perhaps it’s a tour on dirt roads and […] The post Complete List of Mini Panniers and Small Panniers for...

Bikepacking
06. Mai, 12:47 Uhr

In this video Neil walks us through his ultimate Tour Divide drivetrain, a 585%, ultra-wide range 2x11 using an 11-42 cassette with a Shimano GRX 815 or 810 derailleur. We tested three different cassette ranges and the limits of the GRX derailleurs in this how-to video... The post The Ideal Tour Divide Drivetrain? Ultra-wide Range GRX 2×11 appeared first on BIKEPACKING.com.

Bikepacking
03. Januar, 14:57 Uhr

Located just 50 miles north of Houston, Texas, Sam Houston National Forest is comprised of over 160,000 acres that intermingle with timber land and privately owned farms. Today, the area is a popular hiking destination, and is home to the 128-mile Lone Star Hiking Trail, primitive camping opportunities, paddling, and hunting. Texas may not come […] The post The Sam Houston Restaurant Tour...

Bikepacking
10. Oktober, 12:53 Uhr

We're excited to announce that we'll be including a large format, hand-illustrated map of the Tour Divide with every copy of the upcoming third issue of The Bikepacking Journal. Find details here... The post Tour Divide Map with Every Copy of The Bikepacking Journal 03! appeared first on BIKEPACKING.com.

Bikepacking
30. Juni, 17:42 Uhr

In case you missed it, Tour Divide rookie Chris Seistrup was the first to cross the finish at Antelope Wells. Congrats Chris! Here are the details and a few photos by Eddie Clark... The post Congrats to Chris Seistrup, 2019 Tour Divide Winner appeared first on BIKEPACKING.com.

Bikepacking
07. Mai, 12:31 Uhr

Brandon Weaver went on a spring break bikepacking trip in Big Bend Ranch State Park with college students in Texas Tech’s Adventure Media class. Along the way, the class made this beautiful short film documenting the process and their experience. Watch the film, read Brandon’s account, and see a fantastic set of photos by instructor, Jerod Foster. The post Terroir (film) and The Desplabado Tour...

Bikepacking
29. Mai, 12:51 Uhr

Our Reader's Rig of the week is San Francisco-based illustrator Sean Hipkin's beautiful custom sport tourer from Clockwork Bikes, which he's built up to be equally suited for on- and off-road jaunts. Find lots of photos and a complete build overview here... The post Reader’s Rig: Sean’s Clockwork Sport Tourer appeared first on BIKEPACKING.com.

Bikepacking
04. April, 10:38 Uhr

For $1,200, Surly's Bridge Club claims inclusivity as well as versatility. Cass spends a winter with one, taking it camping, dirt road touring, trail riding, commuting, grocery shopping, and everything else in between... The post Surly Bridge Club: Versatility and Inclusivity appeared first on BIKEPACKING.com.

Bikepacking
21. Mai, 13:23 Uhr

This salmon color Nor' Easter belongs to Crust Bikes founder Matt Whitehead. Find out more about this curious, thru-axle-equipped all-roader with a threaded steerer and the yet-to-be-released Peck Deck minimal saddlebag support. Plus, a Q&A with Matt about Crust Bikes... The post Matt’s Crust Nor’ Easter appeared first on BIKEPACKING.com.

Bikepacking
03. Januar, 13:04 Uhr

Our first Reader's Rig of 2020 comes from Elmar van Drunen, who has been traveling around the world with his wife Ellen on a pair of matching Rohloff-equipped Avaghon X-29s. Learn more about Elmar and his expedition rig here... The post Reader’s Rig: Elmar’s Avaghon X-29 appeared first on BIKEPACKING.com.

Bikepacking
17. August, 11:40 Uhr

Lael Wilcox set off on the rugged and beautiful Silk Road Mountain Race early this morning. Following our race rigs coverage from earlier this week, here's an in depth look at the bike Lael's riding, her complete gear list, and answers to a few questions we had about what she packed and the choices she made... The post Lael’s 2019 Silk Road Mountain Race Rig and Kit appeared first on...

Bikepacking
21. Januar, 14:30 Uhr

Okay, we know the core tenet of bikepacking is minimalism. We’ve waxed lyrical about the benefits of paring down possessions to the bare necessities, so our bikes are light and lively enough to explore a variety of backcountry terrain and enjoy the process of doing so… without busting a gut. So, what’s all this about […] The post Bikepacking with a Trailer: The Complete List and Guide appeared...

Bikepacking
17. Dezember, 14:02 Uhr

Montreal-based Bassi Bikes just updated their classic steel touring bike, the Montreal, which is now in its third iteration. Plus, the Hog's Back has been updated with two new color options. Learn more about both here... The post Updated Bassi Montreal + New Hog’s Back Colors appeared first on BIKEPACKING.com.

Bikepacking
27. Juni, 13:56 Uhr

Once the domain of the fully fledged bike nerd, Jones' Plus SWB Complete has opened up a very distinctive bike to a far broader audience. After spending half a year riding one, Cass Gilbert reports on his findings... The post Jones Plus SWB Complete Review: Less $, Jones Magic appeared first on BIKEPACKING.com.

Bikepacking
26. September, 13:31 Uhr

For the most part, modern mountain bikes come stocked with relatively wide and straight handlebars, typically with a 9-degree sweep or less and a subtle rise at best. Whilst this style of handlebar may well suit a trail rider’s needs, they’re not necessarily the best option for big backcountry rides and long distance bikepacking. After […] The post List of Comfort MTB Handlebars appeared first...

Bikepacking
20. August, 13:31 Uhr

Previously available as framesets only, Velo Orange is now offering both the Polyvalent and Piolet as complete bikes with a component selection that focuses on reliability and durability. Check out the details on both here... The post Velo Orange Piolet and Polyvalent Now Available as Complete Bikes appeared first on BIKEPACKING.com.

Bikepacking
24. November, 13:08 Uhr

Jess Daddio became "competition curious" last year and decided to hang up her steel rig and try out the fast-and-light Sage Storm King, a versatile titanium drop-bar machine that can clear 2.4" tires. After putting well over 1,000 miles on it this summer, bikepacking, gravel grinding, and even trail riding, Jess reports back with a full review... The post Sage Storm King Review appeared first...

Bikepacking
29. September, 12:35 Uhr

We took six of the most well-regarded clipless shoes on the market and put them to a test throughout a season of riding. Find a review of each here, alongside detailed insight into how to choose the best clipless shoes for bikepacking... The post Best of the Best: Clipless Shoes for Bikepacking appeared first on BIKEPACKING.com.

Bikepacking
05. August, 12:33 Uhr

With a compelling new geometry, 29 x 2.6” tires, and a 1x12 drivetrain, the Kona Unit X looks like a great bike for 1,400 bucks. We tested one to find out how it stacks up on the trail, bikepacking, and even as a gravel bike. Here's the full review... The post Kona Unit X Review: The Ultimate… Gravel Bike? appeared first on BIKEPACKING.com.

Bikepacking
13. Dezember, 13:15 Uhr

For our long-term Gift Guide, we racked our brain and drew up a list of more than 60 of our most prized pieces of bikepacking gear, at a variety of price points. Think of this as a roster of goods that have already proven their worth... gifts that promise to keep on giving, over thousands of miles, all around the world. The post Bikepacking Gear That Lasts: A Gift Guide appeared first on...

Bikepacking
24. Mai, 11:04 Uhr

This week's Reader's Rig comes from Dylan Kentch, whose 2008 Vanilla has seen countless miles around the world, from the Australian Outback, between Alaska and Patagonia, and beyond. Needless to say, it's been through a lot (including once being struck by lightning). Find complete build details, more backstory, and additional photos below... The post Reader’s Rig: Dylan’s Custom Vanilla...

Bikepacking
24. April, 15:14 Uhr

We shipped one of these beautiful large-format, hand-illustrated maps of the Great Divide Mountain Bike Route to all of our members along with the third issue of The Bikepacking Journal last fall, and today we're selling off our remaining unfolded copies. Find out how you can get one for your wall here... The post For Sale: Tour Divide Maps by Alex Hotchin appeared first on BIKEPACKING.com.

Bikepacking
16. Dezember, 13:41 Uhr

Part three of our 2020 Bikepacking Awards pays tribute to the people who’ve been influential and inspiring in the bikepacking community, the year’s most incredible bikepacking routes, and the most interesting and well-regarded events. Find our picks for the people, routes, and events of 2020 here… The post 2020 Bikepacking Awards: People and Routes appeared first on BIKEPACKING.com.

Bikepacking
14. April, 12:03 Uhr

Suspension seatposts aren’t anything new. There have been various contraptions to suspend and cushion bike saddles since the dawn of cycling. However, many of them had a reputation for being, well, contraptions. Then, back in the early 1990s, the more advanced Thudbuster was invented by Ryan McFarland (the same gentleman who invented the Strider kids’ […] The post Suspension Seatposts: A...

Bikepacking
17. Januar, 13:02 Uhr

This week's Reader's Rig is Montana Miller's custom Waltworks Big Boy, a short-tail cargo bike that's currently set up single speed and is outfitted with a full suite of homemade bags. Find the details on his one-of-a-kind rig here... The post Reader’s Rig: Montana’s Waltworks Big Boy appeared first on BIKEPACKING.com.

Bikepacking
21. August, 12:39 Uhr

As the name suggests, the Peru Great Divide straddles the mountainous boundary that forms the watershed between the Pacific, to the west, and the jungly sprawl of the Amazon and the Atlantic, to the east. To do so, the Peru Great Divide connects a rich network of active and abandoned mining roads that crisscross the […] The post Peru Great Divide appeared first on BIKEPACKING.com.

Bikepacking
11. April, 15:35 Uhr

Do you consider California the spiritual home of off-road riding? Half a century earlier, cyclists were pitting themselves against rough and rutted drovers' tracks on skinny tyred bikes. We head to North Wales to commemorate a particularly noteworthy off-road tour that took place on a snowy weekend in 1919, with the oldest off-road bike touring club in the world... The post Over The Top: The...

Bikepacking
05. November, 14:00 Uhr

Convenience has become so highly prized that we often seek it out without a second thought, even in our outdoor adventures. If you're disheartened with all the packaging that seems to accompany your pursuit of the simple life, check out this guide for hints and tips for reducing the trash you create on your next bikepacking trip... The post A Guide to Low-Waste Bikepacking appeared first on...

Bikepacking
04. Dezember, 13:24 Uhr

Our Reader's Rig of the week comes from Jonathan Kambskard-Bennett, who shares the 2014 Dawes Super Galaxy he pedaled 50,000km around the world as a loaded tourer before giving it a second life as a bikepacking rig. Read more about Jonathan and his bike's interesting backstory here... The post Reader’s Rig: Jonathan’s Dawes Super Galaxy appeared first on BIKEPACKING.com.

Bikepacking
03. Dezember, 13:25 Uhr

The first installment of our 2020 Bikepacking Awards recognizes the products that have impressed us the most. Find our top picks in 10 categories, including Best New Component, Best Tools, and Top Five Bikepacking Bikes. Plus, some thoughts on the bikes that are already on our radar for 2021… The post 2020 Bikepacking Gear of the Year appeared first on BIKEPACKING.com.

Bikepacking
13. Oktober, 12:58 Uhr

When planning for the Ruta Chingaza trip, we helped outfit three riders who had never been bikepacking. When trying to decide on the ideal bikes to get them for the trip, the Bridge Club was one of the first to come to mind. Here’s why it might just be the best beginner bikepacking bike, out of the box... The post A Nod to the Surly Bridge Club appeared first on BIKEPACKING.com.

Bikepacking
03. September, 12:59 Uhr

We take Jones' premium, all titanium SWB—clad in a wardrobe of boutique parts—for an extended test ride. And we ask the question: if money is no object, can one frameset really provide a viable heart (and soul) for a bikepacking rig, a fast gravel machine, and a trail-worthy mountain bike? Read on to find out... The post Jones SWB Titanium Review: A Dream Bike and Dream Build appeared first on...

Bikepacking
05. Juni, 12:35 Uhr

This week's Reader's Rig is Italian architect Alberto Giacopelli's classic custom gravel tourer from Casbah Cicloclub. Find photos, a build kit, and more about Alberto and his three-year process of piecing this bike together here... The post Reader’s Rig: Alberto’s Casbah Cicloclub Custom appeared first on BIKEPACKING.com.

Bikepacking
27. Mai, 12:29 Uhr

The Wizard Works Shazam! Saddle Bag is a modern take on a classic design, with a massive carrying capacity, roll top closure, and rugged construction. After several months of use, Miles shares his impressions, including the positives and negatives of relying on such an enormous bag for bikepacking as a saddle bag and handlebar bag—plus a closer look at the Carradice Bagman Support. The post...

Bikepacking
16. April, 11:49 Uhr

As they ditched their racks and panniers in favor of bikepacking setups, Robin Patijn and Sabina Knezevic were increasingly drawn to more rugged and remote routes. In this story, they share their experiences and lessons learned while riding Nepal’s Annapurna Circuit with only the bare essentials... The post Beginners Bikepacking The Annapurna Circuit, Nepal appeared first on BIKEPACKING.com.

Bikepacking
22. Januar, 13:33 Uhr

While Instagram may lead you to believe otherwise, Jordan is so much more than Petra, the Dead Sea, and Wadi Rum. Millennia of history and an abundance of natural wonders add to the draw of this Maine-sized Middle Eastern country. Throw in some legendary Jordanian hospitality and you have the makings of a truly memorable […] The post The Jordan Bike Trail appeared first on BIKEPACKING.com.

Bikepacking
02. September, 13:11 Uhr

Featuring a massive 11-50-tooth cassette, the new Box Prime 9 is a budget, wide-range 1x9 drivetrain that promises a narrower chainline, rugged components, and easy to find replacement parts (well, the chain, at least). We had a chance to give it a try prior to today's launch. Here are our impressions and all the specs... The post Box Prime 9: Wide-Range 1×9 (Eagle for Luddites) appeared first...

Bikepacking
28. August, 11:38 Uhr

Introducing the Bombtrack Beyond Junior, a child-specific, drop-bar bikepacking and dirt-road touring bike, complete with a wide-range 1x9 drivetrain, flared bars, and loads of mounting points... The post Introducing the Bombtrack Beyond Junior appeared first on BIKEPACKING.com.

Bikepacking
21. August, 12:58 Uhr

Rugile Kaladyte is part of the media team following and documenting the 2019 Silk Road Mountain Race. In this first of several reports from the field, she provides a detailed account of the race from days 1-4 alongside an incredible photoset... The post 2019 Silk Road Mountain Race Report 1 (Days 1-4) appeared first on BIKEPACKING.com.