Here’s how to fuel your bicycle tour or bikepacking trip in the US, including what to eat, where to find it, and tips on resupplying in small towns and remote areas.
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Deciding between panniers vs. bikepacking bags for your next adventure? This guide will help you understand which system is best for which kind of bicycle trip.
Cycling safely in traffic isn’t always what you’d expect. Here are 6 things cyclists do that seem safe but can actually put us at risk.
It might seem tricky to carry enough water on your bike for multi-day bikepacking trips, but there are actually a LOT of options. Here’s a full rundown.
A comprehensive guide to water filtration and purification, specifically for bicycle travelers and bikepackers.
Tempted by tubeless tires but intimidated by the setup? Here’s what I wish I’d known before doing my first tubeless tire installation.
Excited by the idea of a bicycle tour abroad? Here are 8 tips for a smooth trip from someone who adores international bike travel.
Can you enjoy the power of clipless without sacrificing the footwear flexibility needed for a long tour? Here’s everything you need to know.
You don’t need expensive gear to go bikepacking. Really! Here’s how to hit the road or trail right away with budget bikepacking gear and creative DIY setups.
Wondering where to sleep on a budget while bicycling across the US? It can be tricky. Here are 14 ideas to help you save money and sleep well on a US bicycle tour.
The right bicycle repair kit can save your bike tour, and the wrong one can really ruin your day. Here’s how to create the best repair kit for any type of bicycle trip.
Here’s how to find pedal-powered freedom and adventure in wild places with the fast-growing outdoor sport of bikepacking.
Heading out of town for a race or bike tour? Here’s how to fly with a bicycle as checked luggage. It’s not as hard or expensive as you might think.
Drivers in America kill more bicyclists than in many other developed countries. Here’s how it usually happens. Spend 5 minutes reading this to save a life.
Excited to be interviewed by Olivia Round about bicycle travel, overcoming fear, and traveling solo while married.
Southeast Asia is hot and humid, and also a bit more culturally conservative than many cyclists are used to. How should women dress for a bicycle tour in Southeast Asia?