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About 'Bikepacker' Channel

The Adventure Guide For The Cyclist In You

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Sixpoint Resin: My Desert Island Beer

[...] and Happy New Year! Alex The post Sixpoint Resin: My Desert Island Beer appeared first on Bikepackers Magazine. [...]

Fat bikes, Winter Access, and the Future

[...] locations of the state specifically for fat bikes.  With user safety in mind, the DNR wants to make sure that fat bikers have their own space to [...]

Maxxis Mammoth Tires

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Kiwi Brevet 2015

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White Rim

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Simplicity of Living and a Quest for Pure Joy

[...] moment is what life is really all about. Early Partners in Adventure Jody on Cataract Ridge, Colorado Trail 2014 Jody Furtney owns an impressive cycling resume and tells stories that spin with all the [...]

Colorado Trail – Yeti Tribe

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Scott Pauker- Bikepacking the Globe

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Trail Associations and Bikepacking

[...] , the bright side is that we have access now, and this gives us something to work with. The Colorado Trail and the Arizona Trail are in line with the same rules as the CDT, you are allowed on the [...]

Two years on the Arizona Trail : Part two

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Two years on the Arizona Trail : Part one

[...] will not be the same as the one who departed the Mexican border. The first time I raced the Arizona Trail I was pretty nervous on the start line. Although I had previously done lots of bike touring [...]

Two years on the Arizona Trail : Part three

[...] the setting sun as I pedaled the last few miles to the Utah border. The post Two years on the Arizona Trail : Part three appeared first on Bikepackers Magazine. [...]

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Video: Kokopelli Trail – Dewey to Loma

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Simplicity of Living and a Quest for Pure Joy

[...] patience and commitment to his partner is admirable. Seth pushes through a windstorm on the Kokopelli Trail in 2014. Seth and Jody met at CU Boulder and it was a relationship that from the outset was [...]

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GIVEAWAY: Actif Epica Race Entry

[...] . Unlike the Actif Epica “sister events” (Tuscobia and Arrowhead), this race isn’t quite a fat bike course. In previous years, we have had everything from a fat bike to a cyclocross bike in [...]

First Look: Ibis Tranny 29

[...] tire. Overall the wider rims gave me a sense of confidence I rarely feel unless I’m on my fat bike. Bikepacker Friendly: This bike has adventure written all over it. The detachable rear [...]

The Arrowhead Ultra

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Jorden Wakeley – 2015 Arrowhead Ultra Winner

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Dogwood Design Winter Pogies

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From City to Sea

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Bikepackers Magazine 2014 Holiday Gift Guide

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The Kiwi Brevet 2014 Setup

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Scott Pauker- Bikepacking the Globe

[...] Asia and Europe, eventually down through Africa. Are you sponsored, affiliated with the bike industry, or riding for a team? I have minimal sponsorship at this moment. I’ve received cost pricing [...]

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The Velorution Will Not Be Motorized!

[...] Joey had just completed another long day at the shop, he graciously answered questions for Bikepackers Magazine: Trail Name/Nickname/Online Persona? Joey Durango (actually given to me years before I [...]

Oveja Negra Gearjammer Seatbag

[...]  of the bag in it’s element. The post Oveja Negra Gearjammer Seatbag appeared first on Bikepackers Magazine. [...]

Melanzana Micro Grid Hoodie

[...] or in the store in Leadville. The post Melanzana Micro Grid Hoodie appeared first on Bikepackers Magazine. [...]

Sixpoint Resin: My Desert Island Beer

[...] and Happy New Year! Alex The post Sixpoint Resin: My Desert Island Beer appeared first on Bikepackers Magazine. [...]

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