Follow Deane Parker a first time Brevet participant as he undertakes a 250km weekend bikepacking event with 'The Flahute Presents', in the Canterbury high country of New Zealand.
The Tour Divide is a 2750 mile (4400 km) unsupported mountain bike race from Banff, Canada to Antelope Wells on the Mexican border. The Length of Time documents the race from a rider's perspective telling the story of Josh Ibbett’s ride. See the emotional highs and lows of this classic bikepacking race from the inside.... Continue Reading →
‘The Wolf’s Lair’ is a 400 km bikepacking route that winds through medieval castles, alpine scenarios and ancient italian villages in the Apennines mountains. The Montanus duo traced that route in 2016, after they felt the need to explore deeper Abruzzo region to learn more about their culture and origins. Giorgio and Francesco are back... Continue Reading →
Rugile Kaladyte put together this amazing short film, “I Just Want to Ride”, documents Lael Wilcox’s passion for the Tour Divide. Lael Wilcox loves the Great Divide Mountain Bike Route. She loves the climbing. It's pass after pass. She loves the roads. They’re not too technical. She loves the landscapes. Traveling from Canada to Mexico,... Continue Reading →
In August 2019 Markus Stitz set off on a ten day bikepacking trip through Kyrgyzstan as preparation for the Silk Road Mountain Race. 'No Stone Unturned' is the story of his journey, not only through the mountains of the Tian Shan, one of the most remote bikepacking destinations in the world, but also back to... Continue Reading →
A short film that opens with two guys fabricating surfboard trailers for their bikepacking trip is a good start. Two cheap bikes. A surfboard. And 250-miles of human-powered travel to find good surf. One grand adventure! All Rideable! From the city of Portland to the Oregon Coast and back. A film by Steven Mortinson and... Continue Reading →
Ryan Van Duzer of Boulder, Colorado is a content creator and speaker who's contributed to the Travel Channel, Discovery Channel, Men’s Journal and National Geographic. In Mountains to Deserts he delivers amazing views from a seven-day bikepacking trip from Durango to Moab. It's a great look at the San Juan Hut system.
Kona first released the Libre and Libre DL gravel bikes in 2018, for 2020 the line is getting kitted out with 650b x 47mm tires and a new 2x11 Shimano GRX drivetrain. Both models retain everything that makes them favorites in the gravel arena; great builds, tons of mounts, and a riding position carefully balanced... Continue Reading →
This is a great video from Bombtrack on the Tuscany Trail. The Tuscany Trail, an event that has grown to be one of the biggest bikepacking events certainly in Europe if not internationally, was to be the destination for the Bombtrack team trip in June, 2019. The promise of sunshine, the beautiful Tuscan scenery and... Continue Reading →
A great short for the weekend, Nicola Totaro set out by bike and raft and explored Gargano National Park on Italy’s Adriatic coast. Stunningly beautiful. The Gargano National Park, with its 121,000 hectares, offers the spectacle of biodiversity as well as a unique territory made up of white rocky coasts, mountains and beech forests. Out... Continue Reading →