We’re happy to announce that we’ll be including a new custom-printed bandana with every copy of the upcoming sixth issue of The Bikepacking Journal! See a sneak peek and find details about shipping updates here…

Shipping copies of The Bikepacking Journal to our Bikepacking Collective members around the globe has proven to be a frustrating logistical challenge in the times of COVID-19, with major bottlenecks at ports causing unprecedented delivery delays. The good news is we’ve done some negotiating and revamped our shipping model for Issue 06; this time around, copies heading to our US-based members will be fulfilled from within the US, meaning far quicker and more predictable transit times.

Beyond just a more timely delivery, our supporters can also expect a special treat with this issue. Everyone who’s signed up before April 17th will receive our new Bikepacking Collective bandana. We’ve had this design in the hopper for over a year now and planned to sell it alongside other merchandise this spring. However, we recently decided to give them away to our members as a token of appreciation for your patience and ongoing support. Here’s a teaser photo, with details to follow.

Bikepacking Bandana

The new bandana is printed in the USA on 100% cotton 22 x 22″ beige fabric. The design features our revamped skull design, the entire ecosystem of drivetrain critters, and each of our three taglines, as well as an updated Bikepacking Collective badge.

If you’re not yet a member of our Bikepacking Collective, it isn’t too late to get signed up in time to get one of these exclusive bandanas. Join today and you’ll receive one inside the next mailer with your copy of The Bikepacking Journal, which due to start shipping in early May. Support from our members makes BIKEPACKING.com possible, and membership is open to anyone, anywhere in the world. Members also get first access to merchandise, receive two issues of The Bikepacking Journal in the mail each year, can take advantage of exclusive industry discounts, and more.




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