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Bikepacking
09. Juli, 12:08 Uhr

Inspired by the Vuelta de Vasco bikepacking route, Cass and his family head off to the Basque Country to bite off a chunk of the ride, crossing Spain's Sierra de Urbasa in western Navarre by way of high plateaux, lush forest, Vías Verdes, and druid stones. Here's some insights into the nuts and bolts of the trip, along with six-year-old Sage’s full packlist, details of his rig, and their core...

Bikepacking
12. März, 13:41 Uhr

The second version of the expedition-ready Tumbleweed Prospector was released just a couple months ago, and is available now. We got ahold of a V2 sample frame and fork, built it up with 29+ tires, took it for a test ride on Ethiopia’s rugged dirt tracks, then brought it back to the rough and tumble singletrack trails and forest roads of Pisgah to see what else it can do. Here’s the full...

Bikepacking
12. März, 12:07 Uhr

There are plenty of SRAM AXS reviews already out there, but how about ultra-long term testing? We’ve put in over eight months on ours. Moreover, we asked three bikepackers who’ve ridden with AXS drivetrains over thousands of miles for their feedback and whether they’ve had any issues in the backcountry. Plus, everything you need to know about the SRAM AXS “Mullet” — one of only a few ways to...

Bikepacking
13. August, 13:34 Uhr

Originally published in The Bikepacking Journal 03, Ditibised is Alexandera Houchin's extraordinary story of training for the Tour Divide, framed in four seasons. This unique piece of writing with illustrations from Alex Hotchin is not to be missed... The post Ditibised appeared first on BIKEPACKING.com.

Bikepacking
17. September, 23:27 Uhr

Cass shares his experiences of a bike tour in which the path to less convenience made for a much more enjoyable, enriching ride. Read on to discover the ins and out of attempting a zero-waste bikepacking trip in the UK... The post Fantastically Plastic Free appeared first on BIKEPACKING.com.

Bikepacking
26. August, 11:42 Uhr

Lael Wilcox placed second and was the first woman to cross the finish at this year’s 1,700-kilometer PEdALED Silk Road Mountain Race. We had the chance to catch up with her just after the race to ask a few questions about the route, her gear, and the people she met along the way… The post An Interview with Lael Wilcox after the 2019 Silk Road Mountain Race appeared first on BIKEPACKING.com.

Bikepacking
03. Januar, 13:47 Uhr

Looking back, 2019 was another amazing year for bikepacking. There were more interesting new bikes, events, stories, and gear than ever before. We rounded up the articles that grabbed the most attention for this list of our 12 most popular posts of the year. See them all here... The post Our 12 Most Popular Articles of 2019 appeared first on BIKEPACKING.com.

Bikepacking
30. April, 14:39 Uhr

Thinking about taking on your first ultra-endurance bikepacking event? This guide by Colt Fetters will walk you through how he approached ultra racing, including training, dialing in the kit, nutrition, strategy, and more. Read the full primer here... The post Planning for Your First Bikepacking Ultra appeared first on BIKEPACKING.com.

Bikepacking
07. Januar, 14:15 Uhr

Updated January 2021 Carrying water bottles and gear on your fork is now a standard bikepacking practice, and one that can be found on touring bikes going well back into the 1970s and 80s. However, forks with bottle cage mounts were hardly commonplace until recently. It wasn’t until the fall of 2008, on the inaugural […] The post Complete List of Forks with Bottle Cage Mounts (Utility Forks)...

Bikepacking
12. Mai, 12:56 Uhr

Years after its initial release, we finally got our mitts on the newly updated MOOTS Baxter for an eight-month test ride on trails, gravel, and everything in between. Logan put nearly 1,000 miles on it for this in-depth review, complete with a highlight reel video, comparison to other Tour DIvide-specific bikes, and loads of photos. The post MOOTS Baxter Review appeared first on BIKEPACKING.com.

Bikepacking
02. Januar, 13:14 Uhr

Periods affect roughly half the population and have significant impacts in sports, but are rarely talked about. In this Guide to Bikepacking on Your Period, Katherine Moore shines some light on the subject, providing insight and tips, plus feedback from several riders and racers... The post A Guide to Bikepacking on Your Period appeared first on BIKEPACKING.com.

Bikepacking
16. Dezember, 13:26 Uhr

Part three of our 2019 Bikepacking Awards pays tribute to the people who’ve been influential with inspiring trips and acts of goodwill in the bikepacking community. In addition, we’ve awarded the year’s most incredible routes and rides. Find all of our nominated people and routes here... The post 2019 Bikepacking Awards: People and Routes appeared first on BIKEPACKING.com.

Bikepacking
31. Juli, 11:50 Uhr

Cass Gilbert reminds us that it’s never too late to start bikepacking. In his first multi-generational tour, he, his six-year-old son, and his seventy-three-year-old mum enjoy three days bike riding and camping around the gravel paths of the New Forest. Plus, hints and tips for planning something similar, and a map of the route. The post A First MGB (Multi Generational Bikepack) appeared first...

Bikepacking
05. Februar, 14:00 Uhr

Our Reader's Rig of the week comes from Dwayne Burgess in New York City, whose Ibis Hakka MX is the end result of countless hours of research on how to build the most versatile and capable rig possible. Learn more about Dwayne and his Hakka MX build here... The post Reader’s Rig: Dwayne’s Ibis Hakka MX appeared first on BIKEPACKING.com.

Bikepacking
22. Januar, 13:53 Uhr

Our Reader's Rig of the week comes from Tom Farrell from The Woods Cyclery in New Forest, UK, who shares the lovely Singular Peregrine prototype he built up with an eclectic mix of timeless parts. Find details here... The post Reader’s Rig: Tom’s Singular Peregrine appeared first on BIKEPACKING.com.

Bikepacking
31. Dezember, 14:04 Uhr

To sign off for the week and give thanks to our members and readers, we rounded up the articles that grabbed the most attention in 2020 for this list of our 12 most popular posts of the year. See them all here… The post Our 12 Most Popular Articles of 2020 appeared first on BIKEPACKING.com.

Bikepacking
10. Dezember, 13:31 Uhr

The inaugural Migration Gravel Race will take place in Kenya next year, and photographer Lian van Leeuwen traveled there to meet and ride with the organizers to learn more about the event and its mission. Find her interview with them here, plus a jaw-dropping set of photos shot along the 650km race route... The post Migration Gravel Race: Gravel Racing in East Africa appeared first on...

Bikepacking
27. November, 13:26 Uhr

For this week's Reader's Rig, we head to New Zealand to check out Nigel Sirisomphone's flat bar Norco Search XR Steel, a bike that meets his requirement of being a "Swiss-army-knife bike that doesn't suck." Find out more about Nigel and his rig here... The post Reader’s Rig: Nigel’s Norco Search XR Steel appeared first on BIKEPACKING.com.

Bikepacking
16. September, 12:04 Uhr

Just announced, the 2021 Bombtrack Beyond+ and Beyond+ ADV both get new build kits, fresh paint, and a few other tweaks. Find all the details about their updated rough stuff touring rigs here, with exclusive photos and launch videos... The post Announcing the 2021 Bombtrack Beyond+ and Beyond+ ADV appeared first on BIKEPACKING.com.

Bikepacking
19. August, 14:02 Uhr

There’s a lot to keep you busy in the Okanagan Valley. From world famous wine tours to enjoying Lake Okanagan, the areas surrounding Kelowna are popular tourist destinations for a reason. For cyclists, the opportunities for adventure are nearly endless. Several well-developed trail systems will entertain new and experienced riders alike, and with close proximity […] The post Chute Lake...

Bikepacking
10. August, 13:24 Uhr

Last week, Katie and Andrew Strempke became the first bikepackers to yo-yo the Colorado Trail, competing the full 539-mile route twice in just under 17 days—on singlespeed mountain bikes. Find Katie's reflection on this massive feat here, alongside photos and their complete pack lists... The post Katie and Andrew Strempke: The First Colorado Trail Yo-Yo! appeared first on BIKEPACKING.com.

Bikepacking
25. Juni, 12:08 Uhr

With next to no cycling experience, Johan Wahl and his wife Jana picked up a couple of bargain vintage bikes from their local classified ads and headed off on a three-week, 700-kilometer journey across Lesotho. Find their story of figuring things out as they rode along through the Mountain Kingdom... The post Across Lesotho: Lessons from the Mountain Kingdom appeared first on BIKEPACKING.com.

Bikepacking
09. Juni, 13:20 Uhr

Updated on June 9, 2020 With the growing popularity of eyelet-mounted bags and cargo cages, bike tourers and bikepackers are increasingly looking for ways to add mounts to their fork or downtube to attach such accessories. In addition, many desert routes and trips through warmer climates require extra hydration, so mounting extra bottle cages or […] The post Ways to Attach Water Bottles and Add...

Bikepacking
19. Mai, 12:57 Uhr

Colt Fetters just sent over a series of five videos that he and Hannah captured during their tour along the Italy Divide and the Tuscany Trail last summer. Watch them here and find a few details about the trip... The post Credit Card Bikepacking in Tuscany appeared first on BIKEPACKING.com.

Bikepacking
03. Februar, 13:32 Uhr

The Yokozuna Ultimo is a hybrid brake for drop-bar bikes that uses standard metal cables to engage a fully contained hydraulic caliper. With a four-piston design, Ultimo brakes promise all the stopping power and modulation of a full-hydraulic system, without the installation headaches and complexities that come with it. We’ve been testing a pair for several months for this review... The post...

Bikepacking
06. Dezember, 14:16 Uhr

This week's Reader's Rig comes from Ben O'Brien, who has been slowly updating his 1986 Schwinn Voyageur and giving it a second life with modern components and bags in the decade he's owned it. Find details, photos, and some backstory here... The post Reader’s Rig: Ben’s 1986 Schwinn Voyageur appeared first on BIKEPACKING.com.

Bikepacking
20. September, 12:08 Uhr

Our latest Reader's Rig comes from regular contributor Colt Fetters, whose Kona Wozo has been modified to haul skis, panniers, or whatever else he comes up with for his travels off the beaten path. See build details and more photos here... The post Reader’s Rig: Colt’s Kona Wozo appeared first on BIKEPACKING.com.

Bikepacking
30. Juli, 12:25 Uhr

We passed through Bozeman, Montana, recently and stopped in to visit with Sklar Bikes, see a few beautiful rigs, and chat with owner/builder Adam Sklar about bikepacking, trail geometry, and what's behind his signature curved top tubes. Here's the interview, plus a lot of tasty bike photos and details on the new Sklar Sweet Spot hardtail... The post Inside Sklar Bikes appeared first on...

Bikepacking
07. Juni, 10:50 Uhr

This week on Reader's Rig, we check out Bregan Koenigseker's first-generation Standert Erdgeschoss, a rare beauty and likely one of the most well-traveled of its kind. Find photos and build details here... The post Reader’s Rig: Bregan’s Standert Erdgeschoss appeared first on BIKEPACKING.com.

Bikepacking
01. Juni, 12:02 Uhr

This week's Reader's Rig comes from Antonio Gallardo, who has ridden his custom Velo Orange Campeur around several continents. Find some of his thoughts on what bicycle travel has taught him, along with details about his bike and a selection of beautiful photos from his journey... The post Reader’s Rig: Antonio’s Velo Orange Campeur appeared first on BIKEPACKING.com.

Bikepacking
26. März, 15:54 Uhr

After wading through photos of the many incredible bikes on display at this year’s North American Handmade Bike Show (NAHBS), here are six bikes that caught our eye, each built with bikepacking in mind… The post Six Bespoke Bikepacking Rigs from NAHBS 2019 appeared first on BIKEPACKING.com.

Bikepacking
20. Oktober, 13:00 Uhr

After a few years of unpadded bikepacking, Miles shares his thoughts on riding without a chamois, including what's worked and what hasn't, especially with his on-trail management of Crohn’s disease. Find that here, plus insight from Lael Wilcox, Natalie Jones, and Skyler Des Roches on their chamois-free tactics and tips... The post Chamoisless and Afraid appeared first on BIKEPACKING.com.

Bikepacking
12. August, 13:40 Uhr

The Bergslagsleden is a hiking trail that runs north to south just west of the city of Örebro in central Sweden. Loosely translated, Bergslagsleden means “trail through a mining area.” Leden is Swedish for trail and bergslags (originally the name used for a company of miners) translates to “a mining area.” Our route follows 60% […] The post Bergslagsleden (The Miner’s Trail) appeared first on...

Bikepacking
27. Dezember, 17:25 Uhr

The Length of Time is a reflection of Josh Ibbett's 2019 Tour Divide experience, a mix of self-filmed GoPro footage and video captured by Ryan Le Garrec and Lander Deldime, highlighting the highs and the lows of his ride. Watch the full film here, including a synopsis from Josh and additional photos by Ryan... The post The Length of Time (Film) appeared first on BIKEPACKING.com.

Bikepacking
27. August, 12:55 Uhr

In this Rider and Rig, we chat with UK framebuilder Jonathan Thompson about his Tomo x On-One x Kona Tall Bike. We find out about the tall bike scene, bikepacking on a tall bike, and dive into an alternative world where bicycle design collides with unhindered imagination... The post Jonathan and his Tomo x On-One x Kona Tall Bike appeared first on BIKEPACKING.com.

Bikepacking
04. März, 14:24 Uhr

The Analog Kids is a short film from Bombtrack about a father and son overnighter in the woods close to where they live in Lille, France. We catch up with Clem and his seven-year-old son Lubin, and ask them both about how they planned their trip, what it means to them to bikepack as a family, and to share tips about the experience. Plus, we find out more about Lubin's Beyond Beyond...

Bikepacking
21. Oktober, 12:49 Uhr

Cerros de Mendoza is a 211km and 5-day remote feeling desert route connecting Mendoza and Barreal on the edge of the wine capital of Latin America. It is a gateway into or out of the city over the dry mountains, or part of a 3-4 day loop if combined with a visit to the hot […] The post Cerros de Mendoza, Argentina appeared first on BIKEPACKING.com.

Bikepacking
10. Juni, 12:04 Uhr

Seeking a quick and easy getaway, Yuto Watanabe and his wife Shirley escaped the hustle of Los Angeles for the quiet roads of Catalina Island, just a short ferry ride off the coast. He shares some thoughts about the rewards of a simple, care-free trip here, along with a selection of vibrant images from their weekend away... The post Catalina Island: Making Weekends Count appeared first on...

Bikepacking
25. Januar, 13:05 Uhr

The Kona Sutra ULTD “UnLimTeD” is a bike that aims to blur boundaries and tackle any terrain. After six months riding singletrack, bikepacking, and gravelling the ULTD all around the southern Appalachians, Logan picks this beast apart and compares it to its older sibling, the venerable Sutra LTD. Find the full, long-term review here... The post Kona Sutra ULTD Review: Sibling Rivalry appeared...

Bikepacking
16. Juli, 12:32 Uhr

Gaëlle Bojko finished her 25,000 kilometer bicycle journey with a traverse of the Carpathian Mountains, home to rough dirt roads and hungry brown bears. Watch the film Gaëlle made along the way and find a photo gallery, Q and A, and full gear list from the trip... The post Gaelle Bojko’s Carpathian Traverse (video) appeared first on BIKEPACKING.com.