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    bikepack ready!

    yaay.
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    Quote Originally Posted by yetisurly
    yaay.
    I assume you're heading out of state, since I don't any gears or suspension.
    Nobody gives a s#$t you singlespeed.

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    yeah, it is pretty knee-toe, but you are on a red bike

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    simple, nice and clean even with all your gear. What kind of bags do you have?

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    some day I'll try that insanity......but I love cold beer, small camp fires, and a bed.

    If I know I could hang a hammock (and not fall out) each night.......then I *might* settle for not having the other 2.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Guipago
    simple, nice and clean even with all your gear. What kind of bags do you have?
    +safebag+

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    simplicity is key!

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    Quote Originally Posted by brianc
    some day I'll try that insanity......but I love cold beer, small camp fires, and a bed.

    If I know I could hang a hammock (and not fall out) each night.......then I *might* settle for not having the other 2.
    Well, I believe hammocks are light enough and if you're at elevation there should be enough trees; you could support the weight for one or two beers for just one overnight, and I'm sure you could start a fire, there's always plenty of fuel if you have an ignition source. So -- I think you're ready.

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    Quote Originally Posted by brianc
    some day I'll try that insanity......but I love cold beer, small camp fires, and a bed.
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    Creek = fridge




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    "Creek = fridge"
    I saw this post somewhere else . Love it!

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    Nice setup. I like. Now to get myself a single speed....
    Today's the day I eat bikes.

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    Bring your rain gear!
    If you're lucky enough to be in the mountains,
    you're lucky enough.

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    if your strapped for weight why not just a flask of the good stuff

    im intrigued by the idea of bikepacking, what are the better places in AZ to get started?

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    Quote Originally Posted by mt3ck
    if your strapped for weight why not just a flask of the good stuff

    im intrigued by the idea of bikepacking, what are the better places in AZ to get started?
    Cabin Loop!
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    Great pic Gordon. Hopefully Sat. afternoon didn't find you too wet! Looks like you had fun.
    If you're lucky enough to be in the mountains,
    you're lucky enough.

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    Quote Originally Posted by yetisurly
    yaay.
    where did you get that stuff? I heard from the grapevine that you make your own?

    I have nice panniers but haven't found (or looked) a rear rack for 29ers.

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