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  1. #201
    Lord Thunderbottom
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    Quote Originally Posted by tradera View Post
    First trip Bikepacking went great, we set out on a 2.5 day 2 night 70 mile backcountry trip. Started out with mostly food and a few beers in the frame bag. Sleeping bag, maps ect on the bars. rain fly, hammock, down jacket, Pants, socks on the forks. Cookware, stove, water filter, rain jacket, leg warmers, more food, extra riding jersey in the seat bag. On the go food (tangerines, grapes, cliff bars) in the feed sack and top tube bag. All gear was on the bike no back pack. As the food disappeared the heavier items on the forks went in the frame bag.

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    foggy on top of Mt.Rogers

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    no mountain house meals here, bacon and ribeyes

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    there's def. a learning curve riding technical single track with 80lb bikes

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    already planning the next trip!
    More details on the hammock setup please

    Are you using the full eno setup or something different?

    I'm looking to go to a warbonnet from my eno setup, too much stretch in the eno fabric for my tastes
    Today I will do what others won't, so tomorrow I can do what others can't

  2. #202
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    First trip, quite a learning experience. Can't wait to go again!

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  3. #203
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    Just did a great 121km S240O in the Canadian Rockies, Kananaskis. Goat Creek to Elbow lake via Spray Lake trail, camped overnight and then through Big Elbow to Bragg Creek. Fatback Aluminum with Carbon wheels and I9 Hubs and Revelate Bags.

    2016 Elbow Lake bikepacking trip by Rich Wall, on Flickr

    2016 Elbow Lake bikepacking trip by Rich Wall, on Flickr

    2016 Elbow Lake bikepacking trip by Rich Wall, on Flickr

  4. #204
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    Tundra Fat

    Out for a week on the Kenai Peninsula.

    Salsa Anything Cages, electrical taped to the fork of my Cannondale fatCAAD. Tent on one fork, sleeping bag on the other.
    Food and cooking stuff in the frame bag.
    The panniers had clothes and thermorest pad. They were actually pretty empty, they just look full.

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    “Maybe, just once, someone will call me 'Sir' without adding, 'You're making a scene’.” -H.J. Simson

  5. #205
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    Here's my current fatbike bikepacking setup. I alternate between this and my Bob Yak depending on my where I'm going.

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    Nothing ventured, nothing gained ...

    Latitude: 57º 45' Aberdeenshire, Scotland.

  6. #206
    It aint gonna ride itself
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    Oct 2007

    Not technically fat, but...

    First-Gen 9:Zero:7 with 29+ wheels

    Bikepacking Rig

  7. #207
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    Framed Alaskan carbon with Lauf Carbonara forks (4.8 tires).
    Setup from this past weekend Slates Springs trail Harrisonburg weekend bike packing trip.

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