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  • Solace Cycles: Born in the Adirondacks

    Solace Cycles: Born in the Adirondacks

    💬4    Sep 16    📝miles-arbour    / Bikepacking Bikes

    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…

  • Suilven Escape (film)

    Suilven Escape (film)

    💬6    Sep 16    📝logan    / Bikepacking Videos

    Micro-adventurer Alastair Humphreys escapes downtown London via train on a folding-bike-rafting expedition to Suilven, a remote mountain in Scotland. Along the way he and Temujin Doran made this lovely film about the trip, the mountain, and the visual and written poetry that surrounds it…

  • You Can Now Search Bikepacking.com

    You Can Now Search Bikepacking.com

    💬18    Sep 15    📝logan    / Dispatch

    We (finally) just finished the most requested feature on the website—search. Here are the details…

  • Surly Introduces the Truck Stop Bar

    Surly Introduces the Truck Stop Bar

    💬16    Sep 14    📝logan    / Dispatch

    Just announced, the Surly Truck Stop Bar features 12 degrees of flare, three width options, and a back-pleasing 30mm of rise for a more upright riding position. Full details here along with Surly’s launch video…

  • Rigs of the 2019 Adirondack Trail Ride (TATR)

    Rigs of the 2019 Adirondack Trail Ride (TATR)

    💬17    Sep 13    📝miles-arbour    / Bikepacking Bikes

    The 5th annual Adirondack Trail Ride (TATR) took off this morning from Northville, New York, following a challenging mix of trail and service road through the 6-million acre Adirondack Park. We stopped by the grand depart, and with the help from the riders, we’ve put together rider portraits and details on their rigs. Check them all out here…

  • Reader’s Rig: Andrey’s Triton 27.5+

    Reader’s Rig: Andrey’s Triton 27.5+

    💬8    Sep 13    📝lucas    / Dispatch

    This week’s Reader’s Rig belongs to Andrey Serdyuk and comes all the way from Moscow, Russia. His fully rigid custom titanium Triton 27.5+ was built to take on the roughest and most remote of roads. Find photos, build details, and more about Andrey and his travels here…

  • Updated Search and State Field Shorts

    Updated Search and State Field Shorts

    💬13    Sep 12    📝logan    / Dispatch

    Some of our favorite shorts, Search and State’s Field shorts just got updated and are available now. Check out the new locally sourced pocketing. All Made in New York City…

  • RideFarr Introduces Aero Gravel Handlebar

    RideFarr Introduces Aero Gravel Handlebar

    💬13    Sep 12    📝miles-arbour    / Dispatch

    After having great success with their Aero Bolt-On extension, RideFarr has created a one-piece handlebar that incorporates more hand positions for long distance gravel riding. Learn more here…

  • PEdALED Jary All-Road Collection: First Look

    PEdALED Jary All-Road Collection: First Look

    💬16    Sep 12    📝logan    / Apparel

    PEdALED just released its first merino wool garment line solely dedicated to off-road cycling. We had a chance to give the Jary Collection a look before the launch. Here are details, photos, and impressions…

  • Bike to Bugs (film)

    Bike to Bugs (film)

    💬2    Sep 11    📝logan    / Bikepacking Videos

    Kona sponsored rider Gretchen Leggitt created this incredible animation to tell the story of her bikepacking trip along Canada’s Great Trail to climb in the Bugaboo Mountains…

  • Conan’s Silk Road 1989 Bridgestone MB-1

    Conan’s Silk Road 1989 Bridgestone MB-1

    💬44    Sep 11    📝logan    / Bikepacking Bikes

    Conan Thai finished this year’s grueling Silk Road Mountain Race in about 14 and a half days… on one of the most unsuspecting bikes in the field. Find details about his 1989 Bridgestone MB-1 in this special edition, mid-week Reader’s Rig, in Conan’s own words…

  • Tarptent Aeon Li Review: One Pound, One Person

    Tarptent Aeon Li Review: One Pound, One Person

    💬25    Sep 11    📝logan    / Bikepacking Gear

    The Tarptent Aeon Li (“lithium”) is a single-pound, single-pole, single-person, single-wall, half-pyramid shelter that’s extraordinarily ultralight yet still quite spacious. We’ve been testing one for nearly a year to see how it holds up after a lot of rigorous use. Here’s the full review.

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