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    Current setup. Half Fat. Fixed Gear 36x16.
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    Its a bit more than I would carry just to go out for a few days out but it was a moose hunt and needed the extra gear.
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    Here's my setup. 2015 Salsa Bucksaw. Picture from a few weeks ago in Iceland.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Quitou View Post
    Here's my setup. 2015 Salsa Bucksaw. Picture from a few weeks ago in Iceland.

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    Holy krap! That is the setup I dream about as I wait for my Bucksaw, which is what I will be doing for the next several months. You must own Salsa or something, to have gotten your hands on that bike this early.

    I've gotta say, I had written off a frame bag is being impossible/impractical and with one glance at your photo, my mind is instantly changed.

    Wow, super sweet setup!

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    Quote Originally Posted by spovegas View Post
    Holy krap! That is the setup I dream about as I wait for my Bucksaw, which is what I will be doing for the next several months. You must own Salsa or something, to have gotten your hands on that bike this early.

    I've gotta say, I had written off a frame bag is being impossible/impractical and with one glance at your photo, my mind is instantly changed.

    Wow, super sweet setup!
    I have been on this Bucksaw since April and have used in all over AZ, Moab, and on a two-week bikepack in Iceland's interior. It's amazing.

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    The set up is pretty clean. I use Bedrock Bags all around. The bike itself is stock, no need to modify a thing. It is an outstanding platform.

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    Just awesome. Thanks for the additional pics and info.

    I read your EP article back in May and it was one of the pieces that contributed to me getting so jacked up about this bike. Until your post here, however, I had not come across anyone writing about its potential as a bikepacking rig. I was daydreaming about that possibility almost immediately after becoming aware of the Bucksaw. This certainly stokes that fire.

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    Quote Originally Posted by spovegas View Post
    Until your post here, however, I had not come across anyone writing about its potential as a bikepacking rig.
    Obviously, its prowess as a bikepacking rig is highly dependent on where you plan to take it, but for my last trip it was ideal. That trip had everything from multi-hour tarmac sessions to black sand beach, to volcanic sand desert, snow in the high passes, singletrack and even loads of rocky river bed amidst the braided rivers. The Bucksaw just ate it all up. Naturally, it will have times when it isn't the ideal bike, but those moments are few and far between and the penalty is minimal.

    Wonderful bike. When it comes time to get bags for yours, give Andrew at Bedrock a buzz. The frame bag he made for me was absolutely perfect. Not an easy bag to make as it has to fit around a lot of cable and housing complicators, namely the port for the internal dropper post.

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    I would love to Bikepack with the one I have on the way. Good to know that a frame bag is totally feasible. I won't be using a dropper on mine, so that won't be a problem.

    Mine will be seeing much more mundane locations for the most part.

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    Don't give up on the dropper post. I loath the dropper post....or did. I find I actually like having it and use it more than I thought I would. It helps extract that much more performance out of the Bucksaw.

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    Here's my Pugsley in bikepack mode over the Labor Day weekend:

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    That's a great setup. I really dig that bike; although I would definitely swap out those suspect brakes and run the 45North tubeless, carbon rims. And those are some great shots. I really dig the expedition portal site as well by the way. Keep up the good work.



    Quote Originally Posted by Quitou View Post
    I have been on this Bucksaw since April and have used in all over AZ, Moab, and on a two-week bikepack in Iceland's interior. It's amazing.

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    The set up is pretty clean. I use Bedrock Bags all around. The bike itself is stock, no need to modify a thing. It is an outstanding platform.

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    2012 Fatback Aluminum with carbon fork, full Sram XO, 90mm UMA's, Thomson and Ritchey hardware and Full Revelate bag Setup and Procelain Rocket fork bags. Love this bike. Been on many different bikepacking trips with her and she never lets me down.
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    Surly Ice Cream Truck

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    Krampus...

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    Re: Silversurfer

    Where are some good overnight bike packing trails around Canmore? I'd like to do some overnight and multi day rides but can't find good trails to ride. Suggestions for Kananaskis/Canmore/Banff/Jasper?

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    Great looking rigs! Are you guys running tubes or tubeless on your fatbike bikepacking adventures?
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    Quote Originally Posted by dustyduke22 View Post
    Great looking rigs! Are you guys running tubes or tubeless on your fatbike bikepacking adventures?
    i'm running split tube tubeless on my krampus. rabbit hole rim, rim strip, 1 wrap of gorilla tape just to keep the rim strip in place, 24" tube. aired right up.

    shop rebuilt my wheel with the rohloff and used the same tube to and got it all to seat up with minimal fuss.

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    Another Kromp, here on a solo trip last February.


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    Quote Originally Posted by jan_nikolajsen View Post
    Another Kromp, here on a solo trip last February.


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    One more of my December Willow ride. Missing my Relevate D. Pika bag and my two anything cages on this trip.
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