This page is a resource to get you started with bikepacking. There are links to gear setup posts, other bikepackers, and gear sites.
What is Bikepacking?
Introduction to Bikepacking series
My current bikepacking setup - setup as of July 2011 but it has evolved since then.
Full suspension frame bag - Make an existing bag work for a Yeti 575 frame.
NoLogo hydration bladder frame bag - Store your hydration bladder in the frame bag and not on your back.
Make Your Own Gear – Coroplast seat bag - All of those political signs can actually be put to good use.
3 easy and inexpensive ways to save weight on your bikepacking setup - simple ways to lighten your bikepacking kit without spending a lot of cash.
Clothing options for bikepacking
Bikepacking Clothing For Extreme Conditions - Cold weather bikepacking clothes for snow, wind, and rain
A 3 Season Bikepacking Clothing System - A layering system for all but the coldest winter temperatures
A 2 Pound Bikepacking Clothing System- Listing of clothing items by weight and where they pack on the bike
ZPpacks – tarps, ground covers, and backpacks
Goose Feet – incredible down booties
Kooka Bay – lightweight sleeping mats and pillows
J. Paks – bikepacking bags handmade in Denver, Colorado
Revelate Designs – bikepacking bags for your bike
NoLogo Bikepacking Bags – bikepacking bags for all areas of your bike
Go Lite – clothing, sleeping bags
Mont Bell – down jackets, down sleeping bags, other clothing
Ray Jardine – MYOG sleeping quilts, insulated hats, and backpacks
Zen Stoves – MYOG alcohol stoves
Camp Saver – discount camping gear
Campmor – discount camping gear