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    ...and another one.


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    If mine eyes don't deceive...

    That's the Sunlite EpicTour Frame Bad above, right!?!?!

    It's a great bag! I have it myself! And for only $28.03 online here!! What an incredible value!

    I can fit my tent, poles, stove, pot&pan and other stuff in it!

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    Here's my daily ride. I'm retired and bikepack a couple days a week.
    Some of my favorite things to do with my bike pack kit is to have breakfast
    or lunch on the trail. I also enjoy overnight camping.
    The CT is probably my favorite trail to bikepack on since you can camp just about anywhere along it.

    Here's a link to what I carry in those panniers for a overnight biketrip.
    What's in my bikpacking bags



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    Quote Originally Posted by connolm View Post
    That's the Sunlite EpicTour Frame Bad above, right!?!?!

    It's a great bag! I have it myself! And for only $28.03 online here!! What an incredible value!

    I can fit my tent, poles, stove, pot&pan and other stuff in it!
    No, it is actually the Revelate Tangle Bag. Although the one you pointed out looks good too, especially for the price.

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    Winter time tours are also fun. Just need to take warmer clothes and the fat bike.


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    Adam's WaltWorks on the Colorado Trail

    My Waltworks from my Colorado Trail through ride in August. I built all the bags myself and don't use a backpack. There's plenty of room for days worth of peanut m&m's, chips, cookies, skittles, jerky, etc.... room for over 100oz of water if I ever needed that much and there's a full cook kit in there too. Weight matters, volume matters more.
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    What type of backpack do you guys use?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Thirsty Turtle View Post
    What type of backpack do you guys use?
    big fan of the wingnut stuff.


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    Quote Originally Posted by Thirsty Turtle View Post
    What type of backpack do you guys use?
    You might want to ask this question on it's own rather than in the middle of a Rig and gear layout thread. That said I prefer a
    CamelBak with 70 oz bladder

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    Bought a new bike, 2013 Carve Expert, and took it out for its first bikepacking trip last weekend, albeit a short one. Also the first trip with a new Hammock(ENO single) and summer sleeping bag(Alpine Design Microlite Terrain). Made for a really small kit!



    I use a hydration pack with a 70oz bladder on my trips, but wouldn't mind a bigger 100oz pack with a bit more storage for 2 nights + trips.

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    Post your Bikepacking Rig (and gear layout!)-la-foto.jpg

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    i first thought that was a fire extinguisher on the stem. i thought, "wow, that guy is very safety conscious, or very accident prone."

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    Quote Originally Posted by SuPrBuGmAn View Post
    Bought a new bike, 2013 Carve Expert, and took it out for its first bikepacking trip last weekend, albeit a short one. Also the first trip with a new Hammock(ENO single) and summer sleeping bag(Alpine Design Microlite Terrain). Made for a really small kit!



    I use a hydration pack with a 70oz bladder on my trips, but wouldn't mind a bigger 100oz pack with a bit more storage for 2 nights + trips.
    Nice Gear mate. Would love to spend some serious cash on some decent kit but : 1 . I dont have some serious cash ! 2 . I will only be doing a few camping trips with my bike .

    Just bought a Karrimor Urban 30 Rucksack which will be filled with

    2 Tarps
    1 Rope
    Set of tent pegs
    Basecamp 200 Sleeping bag
    Fire starting kit
    Bike lights
    Spare Clothes
    Couple of bottles of fluid
    Large amount of food
    Tool kit & pump
    Maps of routes
    Money
    Lock

    Should be good enough for a 2 day round the isle of wight off road camping/cycling trip!

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    Quote Originally Posted by jgmu97 View Post
    Nice Gear mate. Would love to spend some serious cash on some decent kit but : 1 . I dont have some serious cash ! 2 . I will only be doing a few camping trips with my bike .

    Just bought a Karrimor Urban 30 Rucksack which will be filled with

    2 Tarps
    1 Rope
    Set of tent pegs
    Basecamp 200 Sleeping bag
    Fire starting kit
    Bike lights
    Spare Clothes
    Couple of bottles of fluid
    Large amount of food
    Tool kit & pump
    Maps of routes
    Money
    Lock

    Should be good enough for a 2 day round the isle of wight off road camping/cycling trip!
    Thats the beauty of it all... I don't use any high dollar kit, honestly.

    My seatpost rack is a $30 Topeack MTX. My sleeping bag is <2lbs and packs small, can be bought for $22 at Sports Authority. My ENO single hammock and bug fly are the most pricey things of the entire kit at ~$100. My stove is a $10 Bleuet and I use a $2.50 Light My Fire "Foon". I use a 70oz hydration pack and a couple water bottle cages for liquids and everything is packed in Sea to Summit compression drypacks.

    Honestly, its a cheap setup.

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    Bill, that was misleading of me. "L" is the packs' capacity, not the bladder within. 18L hydration pack, LOL!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Julianne482 View Post
    Bill, that was misleading of me. "L" is the packs' capacity, not the bladder within. 18L hydration pack, LOL!
    Heh heh heh...

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    Russia, White Sea, Mezen' - 4-day winter's trip

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    here's mine
    Strong Frame with Revelate bags

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    A customer's custom ride with his new custom pack. The frame and fork also have mounts for racks and everything cages.
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    My latest ride packed up for a 90 mile overnighter this coming weekend. Love my Klein!



    Stuff sacks secure at seatpost/frame and seat rails. We'll see how it performs in the field...

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    Awesome thread. Makes a person want to get out there now!

    I love these minimalist set ups and what little you are able to get away with. I am almost embarrassed to show my pannier set ups but that's what I have and it works for me. Looks like I have a lot but my panniers are barely half full and my sleeping bag could be the size of a melon if I used a compression sack.

    The first picture is my Fargo on the Canadian portion of the Great Divide and the second, on my Co-Motion Divide in Montana. I no longer have the Fargo and really miss it.
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    #3 for me.
    My first 29er. Still working out the details as far as how to pack everything.
    For summer camping I think this works with a backpack for now
    as it gets colder I'll need to get a little more creative.






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    Tested this weekend and ready for my first BP trip next weekend.
    60+miles over two days
    The new harness from Revelate is awesome as is the Viscacha which holds a lot more than I expected.

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    Quote Originally Posted by drtoro View Post
    A customer's custom ride with his new custom pack. The frame and fork also have mounts for racks and everything cages.
    What fork is that? I like the looks of it and the fact that it has cage mounts on it.

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    Finally have my rig dialed in, took it out on the Coconino 250 last weekend. Here's a pic from the first saddle on the Lime Kiln trail connecting Sedona to Cottonwood, AZ. Osprey Talon 22 pack on my back. Bags on the bike are: Phantom Pack Systems handlebar bag, Revelate Viscacha Seatbag & Gastank, homemade framebag & REI Novara feedbag up front. Plus, a couple of zip-tied, gorilla taped cages on the forks.

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