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    Kitty litter pannier for the win!




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    Tour rigging for Pugsley's shakedown cruise. Worked pretty well except for the need to jerry rig a way to keep the rear panniers from sliding forward. Old Man Mountain racks front and back including my custom mounts allowing a front OMM Cold Springs rack to be used on front.
    We did about 30 miles overnight in the Wallow Fire burn area in AZ. It was greening up nicely.
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    Fat bike needs a fat water bottle
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    Yup. And I figured out I could hose clamp another Anything Cage and 2 liter bottle underneath the down tube. Just fits.

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    Really diggin' this thread. I haven't done any overnights yet, but I did make a frame bag.

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    Semi-fat, loaded on tour.


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    Bike packed with gear and food for a week (ok, part of the food is already eaten).
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    Here is mine all ready for this weekends Moray coast beach tour to Culbin Sands

    Culbin Forest Beach:: OS grid NH9964 :: Geograph Britain and Ireland - photograph every grid square!

    Rear bag has Jetboil Zip stove, cup, spork, sleeping bag, food, Spare clothes, lights, headtorch, tripod,
    Tools & spare tube on seatpost.
    3/4 Sleep mat on bars
    Vango Banshee tent, waterproofs, camcorder in rucksack



    Hopefully try to get my first fatbike film out of this trip
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    Glad you packed the camera Motorman!,
    Culbin is a place i have read about and want to visit, full of history, above and below the sands ,

    Another place on the visit list for myself is the Noble Explosives works at Ardeer Beach in Ayrshire, near Stevenson (Irvine), some good fatbike exploring to be done there
    BBC - Coast

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    Just recieved a new frame bag from Buggybags.co.uk

    Construction seems good and the fit is excellent.
    Might be useful for some of you UK fatbikers.

    I'll post back again after i've used it a few times.


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    Quote Originally Posted by singlespeedstu View Post
    Just recieved a new frame bag from Buggybags.co.uk

    Construction seems good and the fit is excellent.
    Might be useful for some of you UK fatbikers.

    I'll post back again after i've used it a few times.


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    Woooah...!

    I was planning on a DYI job with the girlfriend of a mate of mine.
    But after looking at this and seeing how low they are priced, i think i will oreder myself one as well !
    This saves on importtaxes etc, when you order things from outside of the EU this can really add up.

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    Most of you guys are running non-racked and ideally I would like to run all full bag setup (handlebar, frame, seat) as well.

    But I have Surly front and rear rack on another bike, Is it worth the additional weight to bring it over to the Pugs?

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    How much do those buggybags, bike bag cost?
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    Their site mentions prices that are around 50 British pounds for the basic model.
    Very interesting for us Europeans !

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    Those look pretty awesome, and for a rather reasonable cost too. I am definitely considering some of those now.

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    Any chance you can tell us where those bags are made ?

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    Quote Originally Posted by voodoojb View Post
    Any chance you can tell us where those bags are made ?
    Scott's in Banff (Canada).

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    Quote Originally Posted by motorman View Post
    How much do those buggybags, bike bag cost?
    Yep i paid £50 for it.

    As I said before Jon is a pleasure to deal with. I'd highly recomend getting in touch with him.

    Had a quick spin round at the weekend to see how the bag worked and it was totaly solid.
    I couldn't even tell it was there when riding. No movement, not noise and no rubbing my legs.

    Just need to plan an overnighter now.

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    Excellent price! I will be ordering one soon as I get a template made up.
    Thanks for posting the info up, you just saved me a fortune!
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    Did my first overnighter on the Mukluk this weekend. I had a great time on it.


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    are you guys typically using bivvys or small lightweight tents? I'm considering the pros/cons of each and it appears you can save about 3-4 pounds by going with the bivvy, but at what comfort cost? hammock perhaps?

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    Bivy or tent, depending on the conditions and length of the trip. A bivy is not the right solution when the bugs are out.

    If you compare a bivy to a modern ultralight tent or tarp, you can save maybe one pound by going with a bivy, but no more.
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    Double post.
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    Double post.
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    Post your Fat-Bikepacking setup!-foto-0069.jpg

    Fatpacking in the high desert. There is a gallon+ bag of water in my "anything" cage on the
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    Quote Originally Posted by mangoman View Post
    Scott's in Banff (Canada).
    As in Porcelin Rocket. I think he just moved to Victoria.

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    I have enjoyed looking at Everyboby's setups. What is the best source for finding front and rear bags? Or maybe more to the point - who has product to sell? I have a Revelate/Salsa framebag and really like it. I am waiting to see when the Revelate bags will be available from QBP - but they keep bumping the availability date back. I know that they are shown as being in stock on their site.... but I manage a shop and would rather get it through QBP. I have also talked with Jeff at CDW. He was very helpful... but doesnt have anything to sell either. Are there more options? or am I better off waiting for either of these options? Have other people found good options/reliable options?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Fatty In Hamilton View Post
    I have enjoyed looking at Everyboby's setups. What is the best source for finding front and rear bags? Or maybe more to the point - who has product to sell? I have a Revelate/Salsa framebag and really like it. I am waiting to see when the Revelate bags will be available from QBP - but they keep bumping the availability date back. I know that they are shown as being in stock on their site.... but I manage a shop and would rather get it through QBP. I have also talked with Jeff at CDW. He was very helpful... but doesnt have anything to sell either. Are there more options? or am I better off waiting for either of these options? Have other people found good options/reliable options?
    We shipped to QBP last week, including seat bags and Pugsley bags, additionally I have pretty much everything in stock for direct... except of course.. seat bags which are about 2 weeks out. cheers,
    Eric

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    Quote Originally Posted by Bearbait View Post
    We shipped to QBP last week, including seat bags and Pugsley bags, additionally I have pretty much everything in stock for direct... except of course.. seat bags which are about 2 weeks out. cheers,
    Eric
    Does this include Gas Tank bags?
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    all loaded up for an overnight on Mt. Laguna









    Sewed the Frambags myself, and the tent is a tarptent from henry shire.

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    Awesome! Where did you camp on Mt. Laguna? I've ridden the MLBC a couple times now. That's a beautiful area.

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    Quote Originally Posted by martinsillo View Post
    thanks meso...the frame-bag is one of my concerns about the setup...good to know that one worked nice for you...but as master D said to me...you can always put a bottle in the bag....this will have me thinking for when my build starts.
    Do Bikepackers ever wear a camel or small back pack?

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    Pug set-up for three day trip

    Here's my set up for a short trip last summer. Sleeping bag, bivy, warm layers in seat bag. Most of everything else in handle bar bag, food in small backpack. Best set-up for technical trail, but did the same trip with a friend with a Bob trailer the previous year and he had no problem. There is no perfect set-up only your own.
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    Here is my rig.


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    A question for you Fatbike packers...

    Can you explain why you use a fatbike for bikepacking in terrain that isn't sandy or snowy? I ask because I am looking to do some bike packing and may get a Fargo. I also have a Carver snowbike I use in the winter here in NH. Am I missing out on something? Is a fatbike a comfortable bike to use in dry conditions? It's a blast in the snow.

    I'd love to hear your thoughts, because I dont want to plunk down $1700 on a Fargo if the carver will do fine. My only gripe is the 100mm bb on extended riding. Thanks!

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    Quote Originally Posted by RPG View Post
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    I'd love to hear your thoughts, because I dont want to plunk down $1700 on a Fargo if the carver will do fine. My only gripe is the 100mm bb on extended riding. Thanks!
    I do have both a Fargo and a Pugsley, and both of them are fully equipped for bikepacking. When I know I'm going to ride a fair amount on forest roads and even asphalt I take the Fargo, since the Pugsley is relatively slow on hard surfaces.

    When doing winter bikepacking trips the Pugsley is the natural choice, but I also take the Pugsley in the summer for trips on difficult terrain and minimal road sections. The Pugsley gives a fair bit of suspension in a mechanically simple package and it is no slower on uneven terrain when packed with overnighter gear.

    To give you an idea, this is a typical trip on my Fargo and this is a demanding summer trip on my Pugsley.
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    Ortlieb pannier and Old Man Mountain setup above....Porcelain Rocket bags setup below.

    Surly Pugsley - a set on Flickr



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    Quote Originally Posted by RPG View Post
    Can you explain why you use a fatbike for bikepacking in terrain that isn't sandy or snowy? I ask because I am looking to do some bike packing and may get a Fargo. I also have a Carver snowbike I use in the winter here in NH. Am I missing out on something? Is a fatbike a comfortable bike to use in dry conditions? It's a blast in the snow.

    I'd love to hear your thoughts, because I dont want to plunk down $1700 on a Fargo if the carver will do fine. My only gripe is the 100mm bb on extended riding. Thanks!
    I find the Pugsley incredibly comfortable while touring on dirt roads and easy to moderate single/double track. I was surprised to find that any lack of speed or efficiency was completely canceled out by comfort and the fun factor. I haven't found the "wide stance" to be a problem. I also really like the stability and overwhelming traction with a load. I was considering a Fargo but now have no plans to tour on anything else. I may even get a pair of Floyds and try it in less remote areas.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Fatty In Hamilton View Post
    I have enjoyed looking at Everyboby's setups. What is the best source for finding front and rear bags? Or maybe more to the point - who has product to sell? I have a Revelate/Salsa framebag and really like it. I am waiting to see when the Revelate bags will be available from QBP - but they keep bumping the availability date back. I know that they are shown as being in stock on their site.... but I manage a shop and would rather get it through QBP. I have also talked with Jeff at CDW. He was very helpful... but doesnt have anything to sell either. Are there more options? or am I better off waiting for either of these options? Have other people found good options/reliable options?
    Hey Fatty,
    In the below thread there is a good list of bag manufactures. Good Luck
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    Bikepacking gear bags - who makes 'em?

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    Quote Originally Posted by RPG View Post
    Can you explain why you use a fatbike for bikepacking in terrain that isn't sandy or snowy?

    I'd love to hear your thoughts, because I dont want to plunk down $1700 on a Fargo if the carver will do fine. My only gripe is the 100mm bb on extended riding. Thanks!


    A 4"-5" tire provides a really nice suspension effect which allows you to ride faster over bumpy ground than a fully rigid MTB on skinny tires. On a fairly rough trail or forest service road the speed difference between a skinny MTB and fatbike is negligible.

    On smooth surfaces the skinny MTB may be faster if you want to really crank. If you are just out to ride and have fun you may not see any difference in average speed.

    Personally I have no issues riding my Pugsley 100kms+ in a day, but I'm not affected much by wide BB/cranks.

    If you own a fatbike there is certainly no reason you shouldn't try and bikepack with it first before investing in a Fargo.
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    Here is my winter fatbikepacking setup.



    A comprehensive writing of the setup and other gear is in my blog:

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    Liitle off topic, but how much psi do you put in your tires for dirt/gravel roads? Going to use mine for more than snow, so wasn't sure if you all are going to higher psi.

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    Quote Originally Posted by RPG View Post
    Liitle off topic, but how much psi do you put in your tires for dirt/gravel roads? Going to use mine for more than snow, so wasn't sure if you all are going to higher psi.
    I don't try to inflate to a specific psi. If the bike is bouncing at all I reduce my pressure slightly. If the tires are deforming visibly or the steering feels odd I add some pressure.

    If I'm riding mixed terrain - say gravel with sandy sections - I'll leave the pressure a little on the low side to save myself the hassle of adjusting it a bunch of times.
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    Great thread. Need to dig out my camera.

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    newbie question

    Quote Originally Posted by pierre meux View Post
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    Very informative thread. Excuse my ignorance but what type of handle bar is this? Flared out kind of like a ram's horn. I don't know how comfortable it is but it def. has a cool look.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ecks View Post
    Very informative thread. Excuse my ignorance but what type of handle bar is this? Flared out kind of like a ram's horn. I don't know how comfortable it is but it def. has a cool look.
    They are usually called "dirt drop" bars. I use them on my touring/commuter and really like them.

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    Quote Originally Posted by jmmorath View Post
    They are usually called "dirt drop" bars. I use them on my touring/commuter and really like them.
    Thanks. I'll do a search on them.

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