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Tips to Survive Cold Weather Cycling

When prepping for a cold weather ride you may feel the need to overdress. Resist the urge! You may start out cold for about 10 minutes but you’ll find that you warm up easier than you thought. Experiment with proper layers so that you don’t overheat During the cold weather months, between the wet weather […]

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Altra Lone Peak 3.0 Review

The Altra Lone Peak 3.0 is a trail specific shoe that boast many attributes as a light hiking shoe. When I decided to go for comfort on my trail hikes I was in the market for something with a nice wide toe box and comfort that can sustain itself for hours on end. I was […]

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Sea to Summit Dry Bag Review

The Sea to Summit dry bag is one of the staples in my outdoor gear arsenal. They are such versatile bags that can be used for storing clothing, electronics, food and all other valuables you have from bad weather. They also make great garbage storage bags for overnight camping when tied to a tree protecting […]

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How to pack cycling jersey Pockets

With 3 pockets to work with for packing your essentials for long days in the saddle, it’s a great way to focus on the necessities and the things you may end up needing when your out riding when you least expect it. For this post I’ll be focusing on 3 categories, which are Food, maintenance, […]

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POC Fondo Light Jersey Review

When I first slipped into the POC Raceday Aero Jersey I knew I finally found a jersey that not only fit perfect, but also looks and works perfect. It’s and Aero Jersey that feels like it and aggressive when showing up on raceday. Since then I haven’t tried much of anything else. It was my […]

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Therm-a-Rest NeoAir XLite Review

If your one who can appreciate the full worth of a cozy nights sleep after a long day of hiking or bicycle touring then you wouldn’t have much of a problem blowing air into this sleeping pad. The Therm-a-Rest NeoAir XLite is one of the most comfortable sleeping pads I slept on. We spend a 3rd […]

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Lightweight Bike Touring Pack List

Just two years ago when I did my cross-country U.S. trip that took me 75 days I brought the entire kitchen sink with me. An image of what that looked like is seen below. Since then I’ve lightened up my gear after going on several shorter trips in the U.S. I think everyone on their […]

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Hilleberg Akto 4 Season Tent Review

When I first slept in the Hilleberg Akto tent it happened to be during a rain storm while biking across country. While I had no idea this was going to happen, I can honestly say I was not concerned that this tent wouldn’t perform. I setup, had dinner packed my things away and watched the […]

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Snow Peak LiteMax Titanium Stove – Boil Test

Here is a video recording the Snow Peak Litemax Titanium Stove brewing coffee during a winter hike. To shop for the Snow Peak LiteMax Titanium Stove and camp kitchen gear, visit our online store here.

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Snow Peak 3 Piece Titanium Cookset

If you’re going solo and want to pack light for a weekend camping trip with friends, the Snow Peak 3 Piece Titanium Cookset will serve you well. I’ve had this stove for a little over 2 years now and I must say, I never thought about using anything else.This stove has to be cleaned by big city […]

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