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Bikepacking
28. November, 14:03 Uhr

Berlin-based Allygn Components just released its new Diamond Front Rack in a limited batch of 100 that will go on sale shortly. This promising minimal rack weighs about 400 grams and features a light mount and versatile mounting options to fit most bikes. Learn more here... The post Check out the New Allygn Diamond Front Rack appeared first on BIKEPACKING.com.

Bikepacking
17. November, 13:59 Uhr

State Bicycle Co and Bicycle Nomad have teamed up on a limited-edition version of their sub-$1,000 Chromoly Steel State All-Road bike. Find all the details here... The post State Bicycle Co x Bicycle Nomad Limited Edition 4130 All-Road appeared first on BIKEPACKING.com.

Bikepacking
11. November, 13:33 Uhr

When selecting (or making) a stove for bike touring or bikepacking, there are several factors to consider. We’ve tried dozens of different stoves and cooking methods over the years, and often bring specific stoves for different trips. For longer outings, the chief deciding factor is what type of fuel will be available to restock along […] The post Stoves for Bikepacking: A Complete List and...

Bikepacking
26. Oktober, 14:28 Uhr

The new Tumbleweed Prospector frame opens up for preorder this morning, and they're going to move fast! Learn what's new and how to get your hands on of these sought-after expedition touring frames here... The post Preorders Open for New Tumbleweed Prospector Frames appeared first on BIKEPACKING.com.

Bikepacking
08. Oktober, 12:00 Uhr

Neža Peterca recently stopped into Loose Cycles, a new bikepacking-centric shop in Ljubljana, Slovenia, to check out the space and learn what they’re all about. Find her tour of the shop here... The post A Peek Inside Loose Cycles in Ljubljana, Slovenia appeared first on BIKEPACKING.com.

Bikepacking
06. Oktober, 15:02 Uhr

As a longterm advocate of 3" tyres on rigid bikes, dabbling with the wide trail wheel size has convinced Cass that there's a lot to be said for 'skinnier' wide trail tyres, especially when travelling where replacement options are limited. Find his thoughts on the 29 x 2.6" Teravail Kennebec and Cumberland tyres here... The post Teravail Kennebec/Cumberland 29 x 2.6″ Combo Review appeared first...

Bikepacking
01. September, 12:26 Uhr

Just beyond New York City's dense urban center lies a contrasting world of lush forests, dirt tracks, and sleepy roads that are perfect for a pedal-powered break from city life. Escape NYC is a new video from Dwayne Burgess that documents one such two-day getaway. Check it out here... The post Escape NYC: In Search of Gravel (Video) appeared first on BIKEPACKING.com.

Bikepacking
11. August, 12:22 Uhr

The Tumbleweed T Rack and Mini Pannier Rack are incredibly useful for both long trips and local “bike glamping” overnighters alike. Find out why Logan and Virginia have become devotees over the last year, and read the full review of both Tumbleweed racks here... The post Tumbleweed Racks Review: T Rack and Mini Pannier Rack appeared first on BIKEPACKING.com.

Bikepacking
10. August, 12:31 Uhr

During a recent family bikepacking trip on Vancouver Island, Sarah and RJ Sauer loaded up their fatbikes for some dirt road touring, complete with their two-year-old son Oliver in tow. We met up for a quick spin to learn more about their travels, gear, and their thoughts on bikepacking with a little one… The post Sarah, RJ, and Oliver: Family Bikepacking Rigs appeared first on BIKEPACKING.com.

Bikepacking
09. Juli, 12:46 Uhr

Attaching a basket to a bike as a means of hauling stuff is anything but a new idea, but basketpacking is a style of bike touring that’s become increasingly popular (again) in recent years. That said, given a basket’s position and the added weight of the rack required to support it, it’s not a setup […] The post Handmade Basket Bags for Bikepacking appeared first on BIKEPACKING.com.

Bikepacking
03. Juli, 12:56 Uhr

This week's Reader's Rig comes from Afieq Radzuan in beautiful Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia, whose Soma Wolverine v3.0 has taken him to the Annapurna Circuit in Nepal, the Atlas Mountain Race in Morocco, and beyond. Learn more about Afieq and his bike here... The post Reader’s Rig: Afieq’s Soma Wolverine v3.0 appeared first on BIKEPACKING.com.

Bikepacking
23. Juni, 15:11 Uhr

Virginia recently got surprised with a new Why Cycles Wayward for trail riding, touring, and everything in between. The build features a 1x12 drivetrain, 29 x 2.6” tires, and a custom bolt-on frame bag. Read on for build details, a full photo gallery, and a Q and A with Virginia... The post Virginia’s Why Cycles Wayward appeared first on BIKEPACKING.com.

Bikepacking
01. Juni, 12:55 Uhr

Bikepacking the Sultanate of Oman is a short video that documents a 1,120-kilometer ride across Oman and showcases its natural beauty and geographic diversity in a way we've never seen before. Watch it here, along with a trip report and gallery of vibrant photos from filmmaker Hans De Neve... The post Bikepacking the Sultanate of Oman (Video) appeared first on BIKEPACKING.com.

Bikepacking
20. Mai, 18:58 Uhr

Just released, Into the Rift is a film that chronicles the inaugural Atlas Mountain Race, following a number of riders as they traverse 1,200 kilometers of Morocco's spectacular scenery. Watch it here, along with an interview with filmmaker Brady Lawrence, plus a selection of behind-the-scenes photos... The post Into the Rift: The Story of the Atlas Mountain Race (Film) appeared first on...

Bikepacking
14. Mai, 12:31 Uhr

The Ergon GA3 has quickly become the favorite grip for at least four of us here at BIKEPACKING.com. Watch this short video review to see why. Plus learn about the GA3's new sizing option and seven color variations... The post Ergon GA3 Grips Review (video) appeared first on BIKEPACKING.com.

Bikepacking
23. April, 12:30 Uhr

When people hear the United Arab Emirates (UAE) or Dubai, they typically think of tall skyrises, luxury, and flat expanses of sandy desert. What will shock the visitor is the great variety of landscapes the country has to offer—from palm-filled wadis (valleys), craggy mountains, to (yes) large expanses of sandy desert. Cutting through this diverse […] The post Camels, Dunes, and Wadis Loop...

Bikepacking
06. April, 13:15 Uhr

The word “downcountry” might repel some readers, given its overuse in recent years. Nevertheless, a bike that climbs like a cross country bike and descends like an enduro bike is promising for riders seeking a multipurpose mountain bike that works for singletrack-heavy bikepacking. The NORDEST Britango promises to do exactly that. Our friend Sven shares his impressions after building and riding...

Bikepacking
03. April, 13:13 Uhr

Our latest Reader's Rig features artist Yeshe Parks' beautiful singlespeed Moné El Continente, which he uses to explore the dirt roads of New Mexico. Check out more details and photos here... The post Reader’s Rig: Yeshe’s Mone El Continente appeared first on BIKEPACKING.com.

Bikepacking
06. März, 15:03 Uhr

The newly designed Curve GMX+ has clearance for 29 x 3.0" tires and some very unique mounting features, including a new fork with six mounts per blade, and an unprecedented seven pairs of bottle cage mounts on the frame. Find all the specs here and learn about the preorder that kicked off earlier this week... The post Curve Launches GMX+ with clearance for 29+ tires and 7 bottle cages appeared...

Bikepacking
03. März, 13:10 Uhr

Safety to Nome is a feature-length film that documents the 2017 Iditarod Trail Invitational, a 1,000-mile bike, ski, and foot race across Alaska's rugged, frozen interior. After a year of touring on the festival circuit, it can finally be rented or purchased. Learn more here... The post Safety to Nome (Film) appeared first on BIKEPACKING.com.

Bikepacking
21. Februar, 13:07 Uhr

This week's Reader's Rig comes from Bryan Kevan, who built his BMK Frameworks carbon frame by hand in his apartment using a machine he programmed himself. Find an overview of his bike here, plus some thoughts on building your own carbon frames as a hobbyist... The post Reader’s Rig: Bryan’s BMK Frameworks Project appeared first on BIKEPACKING.com.

Bikepacking
03. Dezember, 13:28 Uhr

After attending Bombtracks’ yearly Groundwork event, Cass purloins a Bombtrack Hook EXT and takes it bikepacking in Germany, Belgium, the Netherlands, England, and Wales. With a number of trips under his belt, as well as fast gravel days rides and even a few road outings in the bag, here are his thoughts on this steel and carbon adventure bike... The post Bombtrack Hook EXT Review: More Than...

Bikepacking
03. Dezember, 12:58 Uhr

Riding bikes in Paris isn’t always easy. France may well be the home of the Tour de France, but cars and motorcycles are still the kings here. Fortunately, cycle lanes have developed quite rapidly in recent years and it’s now safer than ever to ramble in the city and beyond. Take the coulée verte du […] The post Rambouillet Forest Overnighter appeared first on BIKEPACKING.com.

Bikepacking
28. November, 12:45 Uhr

Despite putting in the training and doing his homework, RJ Sauer had to contend with an unexpected challenge when he took on Scotland's infamous Highland Trail 550: He only managed to sleep a few hours in five days, and not for lack of trying. Here's his story of trying to keep it together while battling insomnia and delirium along the trail... The post Highland Insomnia appeared first on...

Bikepacking
18. November, 13:05 Uhr

Just weeks after first hearing of the Great Divide Mountain Bike Route, Rajiv Dhaliwal purchased a $250 mountain bike, cobbled together a basic set of bikepacking bags, and headed to Banff to begin riding south. Here's his story of not letting a lack of gear or experience hold you back from taking the leap and attempting something remarkable... The post Back to Basics on the Great Divide...

Bikepacking
15. November, 16:49 Uhr

Cass gives the premium-priced AeroPack - Tailfin’s cross between a racktop bag and a modern seatpack - a thorough thrashing. After a few months bouncing across the roughest trails he can find in the UK, here are his deep dive findings… The post Tailfin AeroPack Review: A premium, rigid seatpack appeared first on BIKEPACKING.com.

Bikepacking
05. November, 14:36 Uhr

Dakota and Paul head into the rugged wilderness of British Columbia's South Chilcotin Mountains for a five-day, self-supported bikepacking adventure, setting up two different base camps along the way as launching points for unloaded riding. Learn more about their route, Dakota's gear and vegan meal plan, plus a selection of photos... The post A Rugged Adventure in the Chilcotin Mountains...

Bikepacking
16. September, 12:56 Uhr

Located on the eastern edge of the Adirondacks in upstate New York, Solace Cycles designs bikes that are purpose built for the geography and terrain of the region. We stopped by their testing grounds at Otis Mountain for a quick look at their entire lineup, including the OM-1, OM-2P, and their most recent OM-3 prototype... The post Solace Cycles: Born in the Adirondacks appeared first on...

Bikepacking
09. August, 10:55 Uhr

This week's Reader's Rig belongs to Ryan Ross, who built up a Surly Troll frame he found on Craigslist into his do-it-all bikepacking steed. Read the backstory along with additional photos and details here... The post Reader’s Rig: Ryan’s Surly Troll appeared first on BIKEPACKING.com.

Bikepacking
23. Juli, 12:31 Uhr

Looking for a good wheelset for your big-tire drop-bar bike? The truth is, wheel options with the proper specs can be hard to come by—wide rims fit for 47mm-2.1” tires, 12mm gravel axle standards, and a spoke count suitable for a bikepacking load. See what options are available, plus our suggested “proper” tire/rim width ratio, and first looks at four wheelsets we like... The post Wide Gravel...

Bikepacking
12. Juli, 12:46 Uhr

This week’s Reader’s Rig belongs James Woodbridge, who rode his "typically British" Genesis Longitude across Europe, through Japan, and will soon be heading to Australia and New Zealand. The post Reader’s Rig: James’ Genesis Longitude appeared first on BIKEPACKING.com.

Bikepacking
10. Juli, 13:16 Uhr

Although most of us try and leave the backpack at home, there are definitely situations that call for the use of a small pack, or our personal favorite, a hip pack. For many of us, it’s the perfect place to keep a camera at hand, a few extra snacks, or a lightweight layer and other […] The post Handmade Hip Packs for Bikepacking appeared first on BIKEPACKING.com.

Bikepacking
05. Juli, 11:55 Uhr

This week's Reader's Rig comes from our pal Matty Waudby, who has been riding his Bombtrack Beyond+ ADV through beautiful places like Nepal, Tasmania, Norway, and Spain over the past year. He shares a bit about how his BMX upbringing has shaped his life today, along with lots of details about his well-loved bikepacking rig... The post Reader’s Rig: Matty’s Bombtrack Beyond+ ADV appeared first...

Bikepacking
14. Juni, 12:41 Uhr

Panorama Cycles, based out of Quebec, Canada, announced a new steel gravel bike that features clearance for up to 27.5 x 2.1" tires, a healthy assortment of mounts, and a graphic collaboration with Portland-based artist Lizzy Dalton. Read on for all the details... The post Panorama Cycles Announces the Anticosti appeared first on BIKEPACKING.com.

Bikepacking
09. Juni, 19:44 Uhr

Our friend and frame building legend Bruce Gordon passed away this weekend. Here are a few words for Bruce as well as a lovely video interview with him at his shop in Petaluma, California. The post Bruce Gordon, Ride In Peace appeared first on BIKEPACKING.com.

Bikepacking
07. Juni, 10:00 Uhr

Straddling both California and Nevada, Lake Tahoe is, quite simply, a glorious place to be. This vast body of water comes complete with a ring of snow-capped peaks and a network of sweet singletrack, weaving between its signature jumble of granite boulders and the mossy woodlands that surround it. The route covers a wide variety […] The post The Tahoe Twirl: Nevada to California and Round Again...

Bikepacking
29. Mai, 12:14 Uhr

In this guide, we take a deep look at ultralight water filters and purification methods, review several products, identify the essential factors to consider when planning your hydration and water treatment system for bikepacking, and reveal our editors’ choices. The post Guide to Ultralight Water Filters and Purification appeared first on BIKEPACKING.com.

Bikepacking
24. Mai, 12:16 Uhr

Basking in some well-deserved limelight at the 2019 Bespoked UK show, this sumptuous dirt drop mountain bike from London-based Stayer was quite the looker. Complete with custom porteur rack and a laser cut yoke for three-inch tires, its US-inspired aesthetic is complemented by a smattering of North American boutique parts. We find out more about the bike and the business behind it... The post...

Bikepacking
08. Mai, 12:54 Uhr

The Ouachita Mountains are a funky little range of long, snake-like ridges nestled in western Arkansas, threaded with steep creeks, sustained ridges, and enough quartz to keep roadside crystal stands running year-round. Luckily for the resident riders of “the middle” of the country, the Ouachitas are laced with some of the longest continuous sections of […] The post Ouachita Triple Crown...

Bikepacking
13. April, 10:06 Uhr

From the depths of Sea Otter Classic, we present Goat's Crust Scapegoat, a go-anywhere bike inspired by Riding The Spine, a classic fat-packing journey from Alaska to Argentina. Find more photos and details here... The post Goat’s Crust Scapegoat (Sea Otter Classic 2019) appeared first on BIKEPACKING.com.