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Luckily NZ has been the testing ground for a fair bit of outdoor equipment, and we even make a few items of our own. Two of these items will be the subject of my review. The Thule Pack n Pedal rack (previously known as the Freeload), and the StealthBikeBags seat bag.

Luckily NZ has been the testing ground for a fair bit of outdoor equipment, and we even make a few items of our own. Two of these items will be the subject of my review. The Thule Pack n Pedal rack (previously known as the Freeload), and the StealthBikeBags seat bag.

Trail Butter comes in 3 different flavors; Ozark Original, Mountaineer Maple, and Expedition Expresso. Each flavor contains a all natural "Triple Nut Blend" of Almonds, Peanuts, and Hazelnuts.

Trail Butter comes in 3 different flavors; Ozark Original, Mountaineer Maple, and Expedition Expresso. Each flavor contains a all natural "Triple Nut Blend" of Almonds, Peanuts, and Hazelnuts.

Since their introduction in 2010, Salsa's Anything Cages have afforded adventure cyclists a unique solution for carrying essential equipment and supplies. The simplicity and versatility of the original Anything Cage cultivated a loyal following amongst the bikepacking community.

New Anything Cage and Anything Bag from Salsa Cycles - Bikepacker

The Fred Bar was introduced to the world from Brendan Collier, previous owner of Siren Bicycles and current co-owner of Hub Cyclery in Idylwild, California. After his

The Fred Bar was introduced to the world from Brendan Collier, previous owner of Siren Bicycles and current co-owner of Hub Cyclery in Idylwild, California.

Fatback Bikes had their start in 2007. They were one of the pioneers in the industry and have continued to raise the bar as far as big tires go. At the inception of their brand, the only other all terrain bike on the market was the Surly Pugsley, and a few other custom builds. Fatback set out to design a bike that had a more comfortable ride, beginning with the creation of the 170mm symmetrical rear, followed by the 190mm and 197mm which has become an industry wide trend.

What is something that could completely ruin your ride or soak up all of the fun while you are out riding in lower temperatures? Something as simple as cold hands could turn an excellent riding experience into a struggle.

the SpoK Werks Cookie Jar, a bag that attaches in the stem handlebar junction on either side. I have put almost everything from snacks, including cheese burgers and subway sandwiches, water bottles, drinks, a camera and even trash in the Cookie Jar.

the SpoK Werks Cookie Jar, a bag that attaches in the stem handlebar junction on either side. I have put almost everything from snacks, including cheese burgers and subway sandwiches, water bottles, drinks, a camera and even trash in the Cookie Jar.

Lina Rice was the youngest female to compete in this year's Tour Divide. She completed the race in 30 days on a tandem with her father, who is no stranger to the route. After spending a month in the saddle behind her dad, we were able to catch up with Lina and get her thoughts on their experience.

Lina Rice: Father & Daughter on the Tour Divide - Bikepacker

On July 8th, Ben Weaver departed on a cycling adventure where he circumnavigate Lake Superior in 16 days. This 1,400 mile self-supported journey raised awareness in the

On July Ben Weaver departed on a cycling adventure where he circumnavigate Lake Superior in 16 days. This mile self-supported journey raised awareness in the

Jesse Jakomait has taken his goal of having a perfect ride on the Colorado Trail Race to the next level. Just after midnight on Thursday, July 30th Jesse finished the race. He blasted the previous record and surpassed the elusive sub 4-day finish with a final time of 3:20:12.

Jesse Jakomait has taken his goal of having a perfect ride on the Colorado Trail Race to the next level. Just after midnight on Thursday, July 30th Jesse finished the race. He blasted the previous record and surpassed the elusive sub 4-day finish with a final time of 3:20:12.

Jefe Branham lives, works and plays in Gunnison, Colorado. A lover of adventure, dogs and just plain being outside breathing in the air and taking it all in. Jefe is a humble guy that has a strong endurance racing background. He has a number of 24 races under his belt, as well as holding the current Colorado Trail Race (CTR) record and winning the Tour Divide in 2014. Jefe is currently on route for his 6th run on the CTR.

Adventure Advice from Avid Adventurers: Jefe Branham - Bikepacker