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    Ended up running two bottles...one in cage and one in a feedbag. Hydration bladder was taking up too much room. Post your Bikepacking Rig (and gear layout!)-12187892_10207931024133875_2408300070615249226_n.jpg
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    Quote Originally Posted by trailnimal View Post
    guessing somewhere in australia
    Yes. South Coast of NSW about 2hrs from Sydney.

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    Good day all, I thought I'd share my setup. This was during the Tuscobia 150 race in January. So, no bikepacking but all the right gear to do so. Sleeping bag/pad/bivy sack in the rear bag along with some extra clothes. Fuel on the down tube. Protien mix and hot coco in the two thermoses on the forks. Lots of food in the handle bar bag. Spare tube, chain,tool and first-aid kit in the frame bag. This year I plan on sliming it all down a bit. I think the whole shibang was about 60 lbs. Have a good day eh. Takk
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    Here is my semifat setup for longer self supported tours:



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    My ECR and my Dad's Fargo posing at the Mayer, AZ Circle K during a recent trip through the Bradshaw Mountains.


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    That's not MTB and that's pretty lightweight, but whatever!
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    2014 Salsa El Mariachi Ti.

    I'm training for the Tour Divide this June. I'm waiting for my frame pack for the front triangle but otherwise it's almost done. I've got all my gear except a sleeping pad and I'm looking for advice on that.

    I'm either going to use a water bladder in the triangle pack and strap two cages under the down tube or go with two cages and a small hydration pack.

    All the packs are from Revelate.

    Niner Carbon Fork.

    Wheel's manufacturing GXP bottom bracket.

    White Industries M16 Rear Hub.

    Stan's Flow rim in the back, Arch up front.

    Shutter Precision PD8 generator hub in front with a Sinewave charger. I can charge my iPhone from close to zero to 100 percent in about eight hours. Charges my lights, too.

    Nite Rider Lumina 750 light. I can get about five hours of burn time on the low setting which, so far, seems to be plenty bright enough.

    SRAM X9 2x10 with an 11-36 cassette and and 30/22 chainrings.

    Geax Saguaro tires, running them tubeless. I have about 1500 miles on this set and they are still going strong.

    Thudbuster seatpost. Really makes a difference.

    Jones Loop H Bars.

    SRAM Guide RS brakes

    Time ATAC DH4 pedals.

    Etrex 30 GPS (also going to carry my Etrex 20 as a backup)

    I can fit my bivvy tent and sleeping bag in the seat pack. The "Sweet roll" up front is for clothes and cold weather gear.
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    Don't forgot to take a power bank, in order to charge it when your iphone / lights are full.
    I'm not quite sure a Niterider with 5 hours is alright, would have been for something more powerfull / with a better burning time.... but i'm not quite an expert in off road.

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    Nice Rig Brah

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    Any love for all rigid steel?
    Nice rig brah, that what the hell I'm talkin about!! Keepin it real with the steel and the beer on ice!
    "... Say you coming and took you for a spin like a stolen, rusty cruiser, boy. Yeah, I'm talkin 'bout a HARSH ride. "

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    Quote Originally Posted by Alfred IV View Post
    Don't forgot to take a power bank, in order to charge it when your iphone / lights are full.
    I'm not quite sure a Niterider with 5 hours is alright, would have been for something more powerfull / with a better burning time.... but i'm not quite an expert in off road.
    I also have a NiteRider 550 next to it; backup. It burns for four hours, easily, on the low power setting.

    I'm hoping to get up early and ride in the dark for a few hours and do some night riding if the conditions and terrain permit it.

    The lights seem okay. I've been doing a lot of night riding and have had no problems on dirt and gravel roads.

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    '88 Raleigh Chill, old rig but still camping well

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    Cotic Simple, with some BikeBagDude goodness. This was packed up to bivy out overnight on a little 220km loop last weekend here in NZ

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    Quote Originally Posted by chrisgardner73 View Post
    I'm getting everything ready for my first trip next month, so...

    Here's my rig; my Niner SIR 9 setup with a full complement of Revelate Designs bags. I converted the bike from a singlespeed to a 1x10 using a SRAM XO shifter, Type 2 rear derailleur, and 12-36 cassette, and a Race Face 30T narrow/wide ring.

    I'm still toying around with how I'm going to place all of my gear.

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    Quote Originally Posted by monolith View Post
    Cotic Simple, with some BikeBagDude goodness. This was packed up to bivy out overnight on a little 220km loop last weekend here in NZ

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    Quote Originally Posted by grizzlebees View Post
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    Rear Sackville has tent (big agness seedhouse ul 2), sleeping pad (big agnes q core), sleeping quilt (jacks r better), and pillow (some rei one that everyone seems to have).
    Front rack (top) has tools, headlamps, and misc. supplies
    Front left pannier has clothes
    Front right pannier has food, beer, and whiskey. Beer is wrapped in this insulating bag I get with my Blue Apron deliveries and an ice pack to keep cool. Canned beer only for the trails!
    Grizzlebees, any longterm review on how your sackville has handled for bikepacking? Which rack are you using there?

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    Old school camping.

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    Since I am trying to sell my Fargo, and I had some free time, I set up my old Rollfast for some bikepacking. Revelate Viscacha, Banjo Brothers Minehaha Canvas bag up front, and a Revelate gas tank. Should be okay for a simple single speed s24o.

    I've been reading way too much on Rivendell's site as of late...

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    ^ put on your wool panties and go!

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    Hi all and greetings from Finland!
    Here is my Salsa Mukluk3. Frame bag, stemcell, "jerrycan" and top tube bag are DIY.

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    Another bad day of weather here so I decided to set about testing how to load my bike for some bikepacking.

    I have been collecting bits and bob's for some overnight adventures for a while and after last weekends tent purchase, I am nearly nearly there. Everything fitted on the bike and I still have plenty space for food and some clothes. The bike will be ready for adventure once we get a bit of a dry spell.

    Tent (inner, fly & pegs), groundsheet and Clothes in Saddle Pack
    Food + extras in Frame Bag.
    Sleeping Bag, Sleep Mat, Stove & pot and Poles in the SweetRoll (Pouch still empty)
    Water, toolkit/spares in my osprey hydration pack.
    Ti Cup, tea, Hot Choc, sugar and milk in the waterbottle holder.

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    My 120mm full suspension 27.5+ bike heading out for an overnighter. Tarp, groundcloth, pad, poles, and a couple of items of clothing just the right size in the handlebar roll. Sleeping quilt and clothes in the seatbag. Bike repair and water filter in the frame bag. Odd and ends and food in the pack. Camera and snacks in the handlebar roll pocket. Bedrock Entrada handlebar roll, Bedrock Coconino seatbag, Rogue Panda frame bag, and Osprey Escapist 20 backpack.

    I can drop the seat about 1.5 inches.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Welnic View Post
    My 120mm full suspension 27.5+ bike heading out for an overnighter. Tarp, groundcloth, pad, poles, and a couple of items of clothing just the right size in the handlebar roll. Sleeping quilt and clothes in the seatbag. Bike repair and water filter in the frame bag. Odd and ends and food in the pack. Camera and snacks in the handlebar roll pocket. Bedrock Entrada handlebar roll, Bedrock Coconino seatbag, Rogue Panda frame bag, and Osprey Escapist 20 backpack.

    I can drop the seat about 1.5 inches.

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    Whoa. Steel FS with an RS-1. Sick.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Welnic View Post
    Bedrock Coconino seatbag
    Nice setup, man!! How is the seatpack working for you, I like the sound of the saddle rail wing.

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    Quote Originally Posted by mdilthey View Post
    Whoa. Steel FS with an RS-1. Sick.
    My thread on the bike:
    Waltworks 27.5+ 120mm full suspension bike

    Builder's post about the bike:
    27.5+ is pretty awesome too.


    Quote Originally Posted by Flying_Scotsman View Post
    Nice setup, man!! How is the seatpack working for you, I like the sound of the saddle rail wing.
    I got my seatbag before they added the saddle rail wing. I liked the looks of it though so I bought one even though my bag doesn't have the velcro part on it the new ones do. But I haven't used it yet and despite a frantic search just before this trip I was unable to find it. I don't have any complaints about the stability of the current bag, I'm mainly excited about getting it on and off easier.

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    I'm not sure where my bike should live on the forums at the moment, it's a little bit lean to call a bikepacking rig at the moment, but I have a full compliment of racks (or at least, have on order) and panniers / bags to take it on some trips. But as pictured, it's very much a long dayride bike.


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    Regardless of where it "belongs," that's a really nice looking bike.
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    Depending on the frame size it probably belongs in my garage 8-)


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    Carver Gnarvester setup

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    My set up on Kona Trial DL bike

    Hi
    Here my set up
    I have place for 5 liter of water on the frame
    I try to carry lower witght on my back
    Frame bags are self made
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    My non-drive side Carver on Tour Divide. I really need to take this bad boi out with 3" tires on a bikepack soon.

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    Ready for the Tour Divide...

    Rebuilding a new SP PD8 dynamo hub as this one has more than 5000 miles on it. It's still going strong but I don't want to push it.

    Having a new rear wheel built around a White Industries XMR hub. 40 spokes. I'll eat some extra weight for durability.
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    Out of curiosity, what size frame is this pictured?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ailuropoda View Post
    2014 Salsa El Mariachi Ti.

    I'm training for the Tour Divide this June.

    Nite Rider Lumina 750 light. I can get about five hours of burn time on the low setting which, so far, seems to be plenty bright enough.
    FYI: If you hold the power button down on the Lumina until the light goes into flashing mode, and then press it once more, it goes into 'walking' mode. Walking mode lasts up to 14 hours and is plenty bright enough for climbing and slower flat riding.

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    Fatpacking in New England.





    Too bad the trip ended prematurely!





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    Quote Originally Posted by mdilthey View Post
    Fatpacking in New England.

    Too bad the trip ended prematurely!

    Why couldn't you fix that and keep going? Insert tube....patch rim strip/tire with duct tape/energy bar wrapper, etc..
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    Quote Originally Posted by vikb View Post
    Why couldn't you fix that and keep going? Insert tube....patch rim strip/tire with duct tape/energy bar wrapper, etc..
    The plan was a 24-hour-overnight with some mountain biking at my friend Tim's tree farm. My girlfriend wanted to go, but couldn't, because she had a volleyball game to coach the next morning.

    Well, she found out she was working later in the morning the next day, so she came down with the car and met me, and instead of fixing the flat, I just camped with her and left early to help her unpack the car before she had to leave. She was pretty happy, haha.

    If it was down to riding or not riding based on this flat, easy decision to superglue a bit of cut tube on the inside of the tire, duct-tape the rim strip, and roll on. But, it worked out to just fix it later this time.
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    Quote Originally Posted by JBCslt View Post
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    I love your signature man. Yoga, hike, bike. That's what it's all about, honestly.

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    Well, here is Steve, my bikepacking rig. A surly Karate Monkey. He gets fed Gummi Bears before each ride.

    Running a Jones H-Bar.
    Stans Arch EX rims on a Shutter Precision 15mm through axle dynamo hub in the front and a Shimano Deore XT 12mmx142 hub in the rear.
    Shifters are Shimano XTR and derailleurs are Shimano XT.
    Brakes are Avid BB7 cable. Rock solid and easily repaired on the trail.
    Busch & Mueller 80lux LED headlight (Works great)

    2 water bottle mounts on each fork. Rides very well with the low weight up there. No Wheelies.

    The only purchased bag is a Rogue Panda 9" seat bag. No wobble at all. It isn't fully loaded out in this picture.

    The frame bag is a DIY one that I threw together.

    The handlebar roll bag is also a DIY one that I put together. It holds my tent, sleeping bag and a narrow dry bag if necessary.

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    Here's my old Dean with it's current set up. I use it only for local over-nighters.


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    Looks good.
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    My Surly Ogre. Revelate frame, seat and handlebar harness. Small Block 8 tires. Front rack is the Salsa Minimalist. I have three Anything cages (only one in this pic). Toolkit is in the small Soma Stash bottle on the frame. I think I'll go with a full frame bag at some point, but for now, I am using what I have.


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    Advocate Cycles Hayduke 27.5+ titanium hardtail (2015) size large with my bikepacking setup + a DIY stainless steel rear rack I use with micro-panniers to carry a portable photography studio.

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    Yeti Joan of ARC

    Here's my Yeti ARC, aka Joan of ARC. Did a maiden voyage test ride on the Ozark Trail recently. This was my second trip. The first time I only had the handlebar bag and I used a large dry bag on a FreeLoad rack for everything else. Needless to say, this setup works a lot better. The bike is mostly XTR, with SRAM X.9 shifters and X.0 der. It weights 24 pounds without the bags. All my kit is from Revelate Designs. I have since added 2 feedbags. Hardly notice the extra weight. Good times coming!
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    Rocky Mountain Sherpa...

    with Porcelain Rocket seat,bar, and frame bags.

    The bar roll contains tent, sleep pad, and ground sheet in an OR dry bag, while front pack has odds & ends like helmet light, mini tripod plus whatever I like to access readily from energy bars to toothbrush and cutlery and MIO Sport liquid concentrate.
    The frame bag carries all the bike related items ie spare tube, typical tools, tire & shock pump, some shock cord to hang food in a tree at night, a bit of Muskol in bug season, etc.
    The seat bag has my JetBoil stove/cook kit and my clothes.


    Arcteryx backpack contains Sierra Designs Backcountry Quilt, PUR water filter, coffee mug, the food bag (I dehydrate my own meals), my Kindle,and 2 to 3 camera lenses. There is a also a 2 litre water bladder. The left side outside pocket is perfect for bear spray and the right side one for my phone. I carry my Sony a6300 camera in a very small CaseLogic bag secured to the Arcteryx chest strap.


    MEC Spark UL1+ tent with Thermarest Neoair Xlite and SD Backcountry Quilt


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    The bike empty is 30 lb. Loaded it is 50 lb

    Cheers!
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    Yeti sb95 on maiden voyage through AZT.

    Handlebar Sweetroll: Backcountry Bed 800 3 season sleeping bag (love it!!) and rei quarter dome 2 with poles and ground sheet

    Camo bag on handlebars: snacks, spork, sunscreen, .380

    Gascan: Headlamp, batteries, iPhone battery, more snacks

    Feed bag: 32oz Nalogen

    Seat Bag: Jetboil, Nemo sleeping pad, Nano puff jacket, few clothes
    on top of seat bag: Sandals and flask

    Hawg Camelbak: 3L water, Freeze fried meals, tools, sawyer mini, pump, tubes, etc...

    Not much water on the AZT. Need to find a way to bring more water..


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    My latest setup with some borrowed bags (bar and seat bags). Frame bag is for my other bike but fit pretty well.

    Bar bag has my nano puff jacket and some other soft goods. On the accessory bar bag I have all my food and smellables. Seat bag has my sleeping bag, sleeping pad, SOL emergency bivvy, and tent (pole and stakes are on the bar bag). Frame pack has my tubes, toiletries, and misc stuff. Gas tank has phone and probably my spare light batteries. Bottle goes in each of the feed bags plus the 1.5l nalgene bottle on the downtube for water.

    The food weighs a ton (enough for 3-4 days). I'd like to get rid of some of it but I'm not 100% on the resupply spots. May move some of the food to my frame bag to get weight off the bar but I really wanted all my smellables in one easily detached bag to hang up on a bear line at night.

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    Latest incarnation of my Krampus. Been riding single speed, but decided to test out a 1x5 setup for an overnight. Will be my first trip with front squish.

    1x5 Bikepacking Krampus with MRP Stage front end by Mike, on Flickr

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    Quote Originally Posted by bmike View Post
    Latest incarnation of my Krampus. Been riding single speed, but decided to test out a 1x5 setup for an overnight. Will be my first trip with front squish.

    1x5 Bikepacking Krampus with MRP Stage front end by Mike, on Flickr
    Super interested in more info about the 1x5 setup!
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