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Bikepacking
03. Februar, 13:00 Uhr

The Rails-to-Trails Conservancy has announced some big news for their 4,000-mile multi-use trail that will span the United States from coast to coast. Here's what you need to know about the project, plus a few photos from along the trail... The post The Great American Rail-Trail is Coming appeared first on BIKEPACKING.com.

Bikepacking
17. Januar, 15:03 Uhr

Nemo just launched its 2019 collection of tents, sleeping bags, and sleeping pads. With new designs and an emphasis on cutting weight, many of these products may be of interest to bikepackers who are in need of some new camping gear this year... The post Nemo Launches 2019 Collection appeared first on BIKEPACKING.com.

Bikepacking
18. Januar, 13:11 Uhr

Expecting inclement weather on your next bikepacking trip? Think full-length waterproof pants are overkill? Cass suggests taking a pair of Ground Effect's minimal, three-quarter length Helter Skelters for a whirl... The post Ground Effect Helter Skelters Review: 3/4 Length Rain Pants appeared first on BIKEPACKING.com.

Bikepacking
18. Januar, 13:49 Uhr

In our second installment of Reader's Rig, we check out Justin McKinley's 1983 Specialized Stumpjumper basketpacking setup, fully outfitted with Porcelain Rocket bags and a handful of unique accessories. After reading, be sure to submit your own rig for consideration in this new weekly roundup of bikes from our viewer community... The post Reader’s Rig: Justin’s 1983 Stumpjumper appeared first...

Bikepacking
21. Januar, 12:49 Uhr

The Bearclaw Thunderhawk is a performance-minded 650B gravel plus bike that's equipped to handle road, trail, and everything in between. Miles got his hands on this category-bending machine to see how much the Force 1 27.5” MTB build could handle. Here’s our review after a few months of riding gravel roads and singletrack, and a first place finish on a new bikepacking event in southern...

Bikepacking
21. Januar, 15:02 Uhr

Revelate Designs has officially retired two of its classic bikepacking seat packs, the Viscacha and the Pika. To reflect on all that’s been done with these bags, here’s our memoriam as well as a link to Revelate’s own photographic eulogy… The post Eulogy for The Revelate Viscacha appeared first on BIKEPACKING.com.

Bikepacking
22. Januar, 13:33 Uhr

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 oversized cages under the downtube, […] The post Ways to Attach Water...

Bikepacking
22. Januar, 14:40 Uhr

Missed out on a copy of the first issue of The Bikepacking Journal? For Collective Reward #019, we're giving away 20 copies of the sold out Bikepacking Journal 01. Join our Bikepacking Collective by February 1st and you'll be automatically entered to win one. Already joined, but missed the Issue 01 cutoff? You're entered to win, too. Read on for complete details... The post Collective Reward...

Bikepacking
23. Januar, 13:33 Uhr

Just announced, the Revelate Designs Polecat is an ultralight, waterproof bag designed for fork-mounted Anything-style cargo cages. We tested the Polecat on a week-long trip in Ethiopia for this first look review... The post Revelate Designs Polecat Cargo Cage Bag First Look appeared first on BIKEPACKING.com.

Bikepacking
23. Januar, 13:58 Uhr

When Revelate Designs released the 8L Terrapin System back in 2018, a lot of folks wondered if the full-size 14L version would get similar updates. Today's the day... Introducing the 14L Terrapin System. The post Revelate Releases the 14L Terrapin System appeared first on BIKEPACKING.com.

Bikepacking
24. Januar, 14:20 Uhr

In this Rider and Rig, we catch up with Tucson's Monique Laraway, bike mechanic, artist, and bikepacking enthusiast, to talk local desert campouts, getting more WTF on bikes, and why she loves her jet black Soma Wolverine. Plus, Mo gives us the lowdown on her Sonoran Desert overnight packlist... The post Rider and Rig: Monique and her Soma Wolverine appeared first on BIKEPACKING.com.

Bikepacking
25. Januar, 13:36 Uhr

When Trevor Browne decided to race in the Alberta Rockies 700, he opted to take the long way to the start line, riding an extra 230 km through a maze of logging roads to get there. Read on for his story of missing turns, meeting mushroom hunters, and learning to appreciate the magic of the road... The post Rocky Mountain Maneuvers appeared first on BIKEPACKING.com.

Bikepacking
25. Januar, 15:06 Uhr

In our third Reader's Rig feature, we peek at the custom Piotr Lisiecki gravel tourer that Max Burgess had built for his attempt at the inaugural Silk Road Mountain Race. Read on for details on this stainless steel backcountry hauler, along with some photos of it in action in Kyrgyzstan... The post Reader’s Rig: Max’s Stainless Lisiecki appeared first on BIKEPACKING.com.

Bikepacking
27. Januar, 15:33 Uhr

On February 4th, 2019, four cyclists are fat biking 600km through Northern Ontario's polar bear country to raise money for charity, pedaling from the Attawapiskat First Nation to Smooth Rock Falls via snowy shoreline and ice roads. Here are the details on their upcoming adventure, including a great set of photos from recent training rides... The post The James Bay Descent: 600km of Ice appeared...

Bikepacking
28. Januar, 13:03 Uhr

Porcelain Rocket just teased a prototype welded mini pannier with a strap-mounted harness and removable dry bag. Here's a sneak peek, including everything we know about them so far... The post Porcelain Rocket’s Modular Mini Panniers appeared first on BIKEPACKING.com.

Bikepacking
28. Januar, 13:52 Uhr

The Oveja Negra Portero backpack was one of our favorite accessories of 2018. In fact, we rarely leave home without ours. And for Collective Reward #020, we're giving one lucky member of the Bikepacking Collective a one of a kind Portero Wack Pack of their own. Find all the details here... The post Collective Reward #020: Oveja Negra Portero Wack Pack appeared first on BIKEPACKING.com.

Bikepacking
29. Januar, 13:22 Uhr

Santa Cruz just unveiled the Chameleon C, a carbon version of their bikepacking-friendly trail hardtail. We had a chance to put some miles on it prior to the release. Here are all the details, specs, a boatload of photographs, and some first ride impressions... The post Santa Cruz Carbon Chameleon (C): First Ride Report appeared first on BIKEPACKING.com.

Bikepacking
30. Januar, 13:00 Uhr

As the recipient of the 2018 Kyle Dempster Solo Adventure Award, Jessica Kelley mapped out and attempted a 1,300-mile bikepacking and packrafting route across Alaska. In this trip recap, she talks about confronting real fear, grapples with the thought of disappointing others, and reflects on what it means to undertake such a massive journey alone... The post River Meets Road: Across Alaska by...

Bikepacking
30. Januar, 14:31 Uhr

The new 2019 All-City Gorilla Monsoon was just announced. The complete gets an 80mm dropper post and the frame features a wild blue-green fade paint job... The post All-City Announces 2019 Gorilla Monsoon appeared first on BIKEPACKING.com.

Bikepacking
31. Januar, 13:01 Uhr

The new Moab Handlebar Bag from Bedrock Bags was developed with the modern mountain bike in mind. Here's a quick look at the new handlebar bag and some insight into its unique design... The post Bedrock Bags Releases Moab Handlebar Bag appeared first on BIKEPACKING.com.

Bikepacking
31. Januar, 13:45 Uhr

If you’re new to bikepacking and wondering what we’re talking about when we reference plus-size bikes, it’s those that have ample clearance for tires between 2.8 and 3.25″ on suitable rims, whether they’re 26″, 27.5″, or 29″ in diameter. Surly introduced this supersized tire width in 2012 with the wagon wheel, 29+ Krampus. Since then, […] The post Full List of Rigid Steel Off-Road Touring Bikes...

Bikepacking
01. Februar, 13:02 Uhr

In this week's Reader's Rig feature, we take a look at John McCaig's highlighter green Crust Evasion, complete with not one, but two Fabio's Chest saddlebags. Continue on for more photos and complete build details... The post Reader’s Rig: John’s Crust Evasion appeared first on BIKEPACKING.com.

Bikepacking
01. Februar, 15:07 Uhr

In this feature story, originally shared in the first issue of our printed publication, The Bikepacking Journal, Huw Oliver and Annie Le pedal and paddle their way across Greenland, traversing the country's immense landscapes and isolated fjords. They observe and appreciate the wild and barren terrain as they make their way through it, celebrating every sign of life and earning each mile that...

Bikepacking
03. Februar, 14:04 Uhr

Apidura's new Expedition Fork Pack provides extra storage for any fork mounted cargo cage, weighs just 120 grams, and is 100% waterproof. Here are our initial impressions after some wet winter riding on British Columbia's west coast... The post Apidura Expedition Fork Pack: First Impressions appeared first on BIKEPACKING.com.

Bikepacking
04. Februar, 13:38 Uhr

After a long and bumpy ride with earlier versions of the Selle Anatomica saddle, we were happy to see the release a stronger and lighter Series 2 saddle frame. For this long-term review, we put a few thousand miles on the X2 leather skin and then swapped it out for the new heavier duty H2. The post Selle Anatomica Saddle Review + X2 vs H2 Comparison appeared first on BIKEPACKING.com.

Bikepacking
05. Februar, 13:11 Uhr

Back in 2010, Salsa Cycles released the original Anything Cage, an oversized, open-sided cage made from lightweight aluminum tubing. The idea of an oversized cage wasn’t completely new, but Salsa’s concept was pretty groundbreaking. With the intention of stowing items that are significantly larger than a standard water bottle—almost anything—the Anything Cage gave birth to […] The post Complete...

Bikepacking
06. Februar, 13:43 Uhr

No matter how close to home it may be, a local campout brings a disproportionate amount of high vibes to your week and helps build a local bikepacking community. Cass heads out with eight friends for a quick winter campout and returns home feeling especially happy with the world, along with hints and tips to share... The post Camp Local: Building a Bikepacking Community appeared first on...

Bikepacking
07. Februar, 13:14 Uhr

For our latest Collective Reward, we're giving one Bikepacking Collective member a massive prize package courtesy of our friends at Topo Designs, Colorado-based makers of a wide range of outdoor apparel, bags, and accessories. Read on for complete details... The post Collective Reward #021: Topo Designs Bundle appeared first on BIKEPACKING.com.

Bikepacking
07. Februar, 14:01 Uhr

Last month, Jeanne Lepoix and Xavier Tipa completed the La Ruta Mala bikepacking route across Cuba in 17 days. Along the way, they made this beautiful video that captures the magic of the country, its people, and their experience... The post La Ruta Mala (Video) appeared first on BIKEPACKING.com.

Bikepacking
30. Januar, 05:02 Uhr

Lee Vilinsky and Cherry Fitzsimmons traveled to the Republic of Georgia to ride our Caucasus Crossing route last summer, and they put together this thorough post-ride route report. Read on for their thoughts on the highlights, challenges, logistics, and amazing Georgian food... The post Route Report: Georgia’s Caucasus Crossing appeared first on BIKEPACKING.com.

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