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    Brick and Mortar Shops on The Front Range

    I'm looking for places that sell bikepacking type stuff. Quality racks, panniers, frame bags, handlebar bags, saddle bags.. Places where I can get my hands on some of this stuff.

    ..Thanks in advance.

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    J.PAKS Adventure Cycling Frame Bags

    not brick n mortar- But this is "The" local guy to go to! Excellent customer service- Custom, Fast and Reliable! Plus Joe is just a good dude!

    Some of his crafts are in Pedal- but I suggest giving him a shout!
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    Quote Originally Posted by PBR me! View Post
    J.PAKS Adventure Cycling Frame Bags

    not brick n mortar- But this is "The" local guy to go to! Excellent customer service- Custom, Fast and Reliable! Plus Joe is just a good dude!

    Some of his crafts are in Pedal- but I suggest giving him a shout!
    +1, Joe is The Dude.
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    Add another recommendation for Joe

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    Salvagetti usually has some Revelate Designs stuff in stock.

    As others mentioned, JPAKS. I had Joe make me a custom frame bag and couldn't be happier with it. Joe's a great guy and you'll see him out on the trails. Support the local guy!

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    I like the bag I got from JPAKs and Joe was great to work with.

    Another option is TheTouringStore.com, Ortlieb Panniers & Packs, Tubus Racks, Lone Peak Packs which is located in Fort Collins. Wayne is very knowledgeable regarding racks and packs and has a HUGE inventory. He carries nearly everything Ortleib makes and has a good selection of Lone Peak. I believe he carries the whole line of TUBUS racks and also has the THULE Pack n Pedal quick release racks in stock. He is also has NEMO tents. His business is primarily internet, but he will occasionally meet in person by appointment.

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    The Hub Bicycle Shop in Colorado Springs keeps a good selection Revelate Designs stuff in stock. They are the goto shop for bikepacking and fat bikes here in town.

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    The Cruiser Boutique in Boulder carries the full line of Green Guru products. They are all made from up cycled materials in Boulder, CO.

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    Just want to say thanks to all who have posted with the kind words. You guys justify why I do what I do and I really appreciate it
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    Dude (OP) there is a Bikepacking night this coming Thurs March 6th at Pedal of Littleton
    if you'd like to come down, check out some gear, talk bikepacking and think warm summer thoughts, I'll be there with my Fargo
    all Pak'd up.

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    Bikepacking night at Pedal

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