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Arrowhead Ultra 135

Arrowhead 135 (2020)

By Miles Arbour on December 16, 2018

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The Arrowhead 135 is a winter ultra for hikers, skiers, and bikers in Northern Minnesota with an average finish rate under 50%…

Arrowhead Ultra 135

Arrowhead 135 (2019)

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The Arrowhead 135 is a winter ultra for hikers, skiers, and bikers in Northern Minnesota with an average finish rate under 50%…

Arrowhead Ultra 135

Arrowhead 135 (2022)

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The Arrowhead 135 is a winter ultra for hikers, skiers, and bikers in Northern Minnesota with an average finish rate under 50%…

2018 Bikepacking Awards, Gear of The Year
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2018 Bikepacking Awards: Gear of the Year

By Team Work on December 11, 2018

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In celebration of another great year for the bikepacking community, we’re happy to announce our 2018 Bikepacking Awards. Part one of three recognizes gear that’s made a lasting impression in categories including Best New Component, Best Tools, and Top Five Bikepacking Bikes. Plus, some thoughts on the bikes that have captured our interest for 2019…

Bikepacking Journal Issue 01
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The Bikepacking Journal Issue 01

By Logan Watts on October 16, 2018

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The inaugural issue of The Bikepacking Journal is bursting with over a dozen pedal-powered stories and essays that span 148 colorful pages. From remote fjords in Greenland, to muddy passes in the Andes Mountains, to dusty roads in South Africa, we’ve searched the globe for the best writing and most beautiful photographs captured from the […]

Bikepacking Journal 01, Problem Cheekah
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Bikepacking Journal 01 Sneak Peek: Problem Cheekah

By Lucas Winzenburg on September 14, 2018

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Problem Cheekah is one of over a dozen feature-length stories and essays in the forthcoming first edition of The Bikepacking Journal. Read on for a preview of this story and to learn more about what else will be inside October’s Issue 01…

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Bikepacking Journal 01 Sneak Peek: Slow Fare

By Logan Watts on September 11, 2018

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Slow Fare, a food essay that takes place in three countries, is one of over a dozen feature-length essays and stories in the forthcoming first issue of The Bikepacking Journal. Read on for a preview of this piece and to learn more about what else you’ll find inside Issue 01 next month…

Bikepacking Journal, Sisters in The Wild
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Bikepacking Journal 01 Sneak Peek: Sisters in the Wild

By Logan Watts on September 4, 2018

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Sisters in the Wild is one of more than a dozen feature length stories in the forthcoming first edition of The Bikepacking Journal, our new printed publication. Read on for a preview of the story, and to learn more about what else will be inside Issue 01, coming in October…

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One Question, Five Voices: What’s in your tool kit?

By Lucas Winzenburg on May 1, 2018

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In this installment of One Question, Five Voices, we get a group of intrepid bikepackers to unroll their tool kits and show us what’s inside. Find out what tools and accessories they’ve deemed essential for everything from daily commuting to multi-country adventures…

WTB Ranger Review, 3.0 TCS Tough, 29+
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WTB Ranger Review: 29+, 3.0, TCS Tough

By Weston Ring on March 26, 2018

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The WTB Ranger TCS Tough/Fast 29×3.0” tire is designed to be a do-it-all plus-sized workhorse. WTB claims great performance in all conditions, wet or dry, hardpack or loam. With a low profile tread pattern, promising low rolling resistance and tons of traction, what’s not to love? Read the full review…

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2018 Surly Pugsley 2.0: First Ride

By Cass Gilbert on January 29, 2018

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Surly’s all new 2018 Pugsley sees a return to it expedition roots – the interchangeable front and rear wheels are back, for true back-of-beyond ‘exploratouring’. But that’s not all: unlike its predecessor, it can now easily swallow 4.3in tires, effectively offering a sweet spot between the monstrous-tired Moonlander and the Pugsley of old. Here’s our first ride report…

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Fresh Threads for Chilly Rides

By Logan Watts on January 9, 2018

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Looking for some new riding clothes to keep you from going into hibernation mode? Keeping cozy in cold conditions doesn’t require the latest and greatest, of course, but here are several new pieces that have impressed us this shoulder season… and will keep us warm out on the trail this winter and early spring.