Monthly Archives: July 2014

My First Fat Bike

An article by Bullet. I like bikes. If it has wheels and pedals, I’m interested. From early on in my life they granted me a sense of freedom and independence. My bike took to far off places with my friends. We rode through neighborhoods, dirt tracks and trail systems. Life was good. When I was […]

Across Australia on fat bikes

This is a nice series of posts about riding the Canning Stock Route in Australia. It is one of the most remote and inaccessible dirt (and sand) tracks on the planet. Scott Felter is the man behind the bikepacking bag maker Porcelain Rocket. Enjoy, plan your next adventure, and get out there. This is good inspiration. […]

Some thoughts on my bikepacking setup

Since my first bikepacking trip a couple weeks ago I have been experimenting with better ways to carry my gear. Two of my sons and I recently did a short trip in the Uinta mountains where I was able to try out some other options. I learned on my last trip that it didn’t really […]