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Clandestine Mountain Mixte ATB

Friday Debrief: A Mountain Mixte, Wombat Rundown, and Elevated Chainstays

By Miles Arbour on June 24, 2022

5 Discussion

This week’s Debrief features a mini-gallery of a beautiful Mountain Mixte, a Crust Wombat rundown, a topographic Brooks saddle, tighter and lighter Zpacks tents, controversial e-stays, two events to follow live, and more. Find it all here…

Cabin Dick Lodge

Friday Debrief: ATB Prototypes, Vegan Bags, and Fresh X-Pac Colors

By Logan Watts on June 10, 2022

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This week’s Debrief features a new riser bar from Veloci Cycles, chamois cream for ultra-endurance riders, Carradice’s new animal-friendly bag range, Fabio’s Fanny in Bubblegum Iridescent, two events to follow live, and more. Find it all here…

Newfoundland T'Railway bikepacking

Friday Debrief: Giant Flats, Mushroom Socks, and 2019 Was 12 Years Ago

By Logan Watts on April 8, 2022

3 Discussion

In this week’s Debrief, stumble upon some huge flat pedals, mushroom socks, and a carbon dropper post. Plus, we learn that 6.9% of all bike mechanics are women and 2019 was 12 years ago, share two upcoming bikepacking events to follow, and much more. Check it all out here…

2022 Stagecoach 400, Evan Christenson
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A Blank Canvas: Searching out the Stagecoach 400

By Evan Christenson on March 30, 2022

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We sent photographer Evan Christenson out to cover the recent 380-mile Stagecoach 400 bikepacking race in Southern California, and he sent along this spectacular photo gallery and unconventional race report. Find his highly personal and gripping reportage here…

2022 Stagecoach 400
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Rigs of the 2022 Stagecoach 400

By Team Work on March 23, 2022

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The 2022 Stagecoach 400 kicks off this Friday from Idyllwild, California, following a 400-mile loop that highlights the area’s unique proximity to the mountains, desert, and ocean. Find our gallery of more than 40 race rigs here, featuring bag and gear highlights for each…

Bikes or death

Bikes or Death Celebrates 100 Episodes

By Miles Arbour on January 5, 2022

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Next week, in celebration of its 100th episode, the Bikes or Death podcast is hosting a live recording with the Lachuga family in Springdale, Arkansas. Learn more here…

2021 Bikepacking Awards People and Routes

2021 Bikepacking Awards: People and Routes

By Logan Watts on December 14, 2021

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Part three of our 2021 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…

Scotti Lechuga 2021 Arkansas High Country Race

Arkansas High Country Race Moves to Hot Springs for 2022-23

By Miles Arbour on October 21, 2021

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The 1,037-mile Arkansas High Country Race will be hosted by Hot Springs, Arkansas, for 2022 and 2023—forcing those gunning for fast times to reevaluate their strategy. Learn more here…

Ted King Arkansas Video
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A Rookie’s First Bikepacking Adventure: Arkansas High Country Race (Video)

By Miles Arbour on December 10, 2020

5 Discussion

Ted King, the fastest rider and current record holder at this year’s Arkansas High Country Race, just released a self-filmed video of his time on the route. Watch it here…

2020 Arkansas High Country Race Recap
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Ashley Carelock’s 2020 Arkansas High Country Race

By Miles Arbour on November 12, 2020

6 Discussion

Hosted by the city of Fayetteville, the 2020 Arkansas High Country Race brought in 20 riders, had a 65% scratch rate, and several new course records were set. We reached out to Ashley Carelock, the first and only woman to complete the 1,000-mile route during the event, to hear more about her experience. Find her story and photos by Kai Caddy here…

Ted King Arkansas High Country 2020
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Ted King Sets new Arkansas High Country Race Record

By Miles Arbour on November 5, 2020

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Besting the records set by both Jay Petervary and Scotti and Ernie Lechuga, Ted King finished the 1,000-mile Arkansas High Country Race early this morning, with a time of 4 days, 20 hours, 51 minutes. Find photos and a recap from the event organizers here…

One Question, Five Voices
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One Question, Five Voices: Atlas Mountain Race Edition

By Lucas Winzenburg on May 1, 2020

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In this edition of One Question, Five Voices, we ask five bikepackers who participated in the inaugural Atlas Mountain Race to reflect on the lessons that have stuck with them from their ultra-endurance racing experiences in Morocco. Find out what they had to say here…