Tag Archives: bikepacking
My son Finn joined us last month on our bikepacking trip in the San Rafael Swell. He’s a photographer and documented this trip with Tri-x 400 film, developed with d76 1:1 ratio. Lately he has been developing his own film. All photos by Finn Christensen. Enjoy.
I have been using Lone Peak panniers for years now for road touring. In fact, between my kids and I, we have four sets. They are well made, durable, are made entirely in the U.S.A., and after years of use are hardly worn at all. So, when I saw that Lone Peak was making a […]
Here is an excellent article and video on bikepacking with a small frame bike. Dig around on the this excellent website/blog as there are lots of great articles. http://adventuremonkey.com/blog/bikepacking-gear-setup-small-frame-fatbike
Here are some nice posts of bikepacking tips for backcountry travel. They come from the excellent blog, Pedaling Nowhere, which is in our Blogroll. http://www.pedalingnowhere.com/plog/42-bikepacking-tips-part1/ http://www.pedalingnowhere.com/plog/42-bikepacking-tips-2/
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 […]
A repost by The Professor As I contemplate gearing up for bikepacking, I am looking at lots of different options. I came across this excellent blog and this comparison of the Revelate Designs Sweetroll and the Harness. http://www.pedalingnowhere.com/gear/revelate-handlebar-bag-shootout-harness-vs-sweet-roll/ I have a Revelate Designs Front Pocket that seems to work well without the Harness. I have […]