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TransEcuador Bikepacking Race

2022 TransEcuador Bikepacking Race

By Miles Arbour on June 2, 2021

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The TransEcuador Bikepacking Race is a fully self-supported event along some of the best dirt roads and trails in South America…

TransEcuador Bikepacking Race

2021 TransEcuador Bikepacking Race

By Miles Arbour on

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The inaugural TransEcuador Bikepacking Race is a fully self-supported event along some of the best dirt roads and trails in South America…

The Bikepacking Journal 06

Announcing The Bikepacking Journal 06

By Lucas Winzenburg on April 8, 2021

22 Discussion

The latest issue of The Bikepacking Journal is nearly ready! Find a quick peek at Issue 06 and the custom-printed bandana we’ll be including with each copy here. Plus, our updated shipping plan and a link to get signed up before next week’s deadline…

Monumental Loop Bikepacking Route, New Mexico

Monumental Loop, Southern New Mexico

By Guest Routes on March 26, 2021

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Aside from in its sheer size – a whole 500,000 acres in area – the Organ National Parks and Desert Peaks National Monuments is unusual in its format. Unlike other National Monuments, it encompasses four distinct areas – the Organ Mountains themselves, along with Doña Anas, Las Uvas, and the Potrillos, aka Cone Country. The […]

Singular Peregrine
DispatchNew Bikes

The Singular Peregrine is Back!

By Lucas Winzenburg on December 29, 2020

44 Discussion

Thirteen years after it was originally introduced, the Singular Peregrine is back with bigger tire clearance, updated geometry, fresh colors, and the same beautiful lugged construction. Find details on discounted pre-orders and an interview with founder Sam Alison here…

2020 Bikepacking Awards People and Routes

2020 Bikepacking Awards: People and Routes

By Logan Watts on December 16, 2020

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Part three of our 2020 Bikepacking Awards pays tribute to the people who’ve been influential and inspiring in the bikepacking community, the year’s most incredible bikepacking routes, and the most interesting and well-regarded events. Find our picks for the people, routes, and events of 2020 here…

2020 Bikepacking Awards Film and photography
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2020 Bikepacking Awards: Film, Photography, Writing, and Art

By Team Work on December 9, 2020

24 Discussion

In the second installment of our 2020 Bikepacking Awards, we honor the creative endeavors of talented bikepackers by showcasing their work with 31 awards in nine different categories, including Best Feature Film, Best Trip Photography, Best Event Documentation, Best Writing, and more. Find them all here…

Fat biking arroyos new mexico

An Elegy for the Troll, Pugsley, and LHT…

By Logan Watts on November 25, 2020

52 Discussion

In case you’ve missed the rumblings around the internet, Surly has discontinued the Troll, Pugsley, and Long Haul Trucker, three bikes that have have become legendary in touring circles over the years. Here are some details and a quick reflection…

The Bikepacking Journal 04
Feature Stories

The Bikepacking Journal Issue 04

By Lucas Winzenburg on September 17, 2020

12 Discussion

The fourth issue of The Bikepacking Journal hit mailboxes this spring, and the upcoming fifth issue is just around the corner! Take a peek inside our beautiful biannually printed publication here, along with details on how you can join our Bikepacking Collective so you never miss another issue again…

Tahoe Twirl Video
Bikepacking VideosInspiration

Ryan Van Duzer Tackles the Tahoe Twirl

By Logan Watts on July 20, 2020

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Ryan Van Duzer recently snuck out for a ride on our Tahoe Twirl bikepacking route. Along the way he made a series of videos to document the ride and the route. Watch them here alongside some nice stills by photographer Dominic Gill…

Baja Divide, Esker Hayduke, Surfing
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A DIY Approach to Surfing Baja’s Cape Loop

By Guest on June 18, 2020

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On a $100 budget, Dan Stranahan bought a used surfboard and built a homemade rack to haul it on his bike so he could ride between surf spots on the Baja Divide’s Cape Loop. Find his guide to sourcing a cheap board, making a DIY rack, and finding the best waves in Baja here…

Iditarod Trail Invitational, Fat Biking, RJ Sauer

Isolation Archives: Our All-Time Favorite Bikepacking Stories

By Lucas Winzenburg on May 22, 2020

10 Discussion

Presenting the second installment of the Isolation Archives, our roundup of highlights from our deep well of bikepacking content. This time around, our editors share their favorite bikepacking stories of all time. See our picks here…