You decided what to take. Now you have to fit it onto your bicycle.
I take Rocky Mountain’s latest bike, one purpose-built for overland travel, on a 100 mile ride on the White Rim.
Who says fat can’t be fast?
Logan and Virginia pedal through the Kingdom of the Sky, welcomed by the people of Lesotho.
If you’ve been tuning into the Expedition Portal bikepacking series, you’ll know we’ve covered everything from how to select a bike to which snacks to keep in your jersey pockets. One of the more critical components to a successful trip is bringing along a shelter appropriate for your travels. The options are endless, but knowing…
Staying hydrated is one of the most important things you can do when bike packing. Its unfortunately one of the hardest things to do as well. Here’s some advice from a professional on keeping your body fueled and ready.
Before you roll out, it might be wise to take with you a few tips, many learned the hard way. The very hard way.
In our continuing series of bikepacking edifiers, we now turn our attention to what many consider the most important component to a bikepacking setup––bike bags.
While things used to be easy when choosing a bike, these days require more than a little guidance to make the right choice
If you love biking, but have never bikepacked, here’s some great info on how to get started!
Answering the most important questions first
An exciting new video series from Thad Robison and the team at Motiv Fishing. Their first episode pushes them deep into Mexico, including some incredible jungle terrain. This is a killer teaser – can’t wait for the entire episode.