Bikepacking

  1. Rainspotting Watch Party

    Rainspotting Watch Party
    The chaps at Pannier and Brother Cycles spent some time cycling across the Scottish Highlands earlier this year and the result was this film: Rainspotting. It was originally due to be shown at various venues around the UK so as this is no longer possible they've gone for a Watch Party instead. Not sure what one of those is? Read...
  2. A closer look at the Restrap Tool Roll

    A closer look at the Restrap Tool Roll
    One of the newest products Restrap has added to it’s product line is the Tool Roll. Tool rolls in themselves are nothing new but Restrap have come at it with their tea-powered creativity and designed a roll that’s quite unique. We pulled one out to get a closer look and to find out exactly what can be fitted inside. The...
  3. How to measure your bike for bikepacking bags

    How to measure your bike for bikepacking bags
      Bikepacking bags are a real game-changer for bicycle touring and adventuring, allowing you to do multi-day rides on virtually any bike. Mounted to the bike’s frame, seatpost and handlebars, they do not require dedicated mounting points like a rack and pannier set-up, meaning that you are not limited to a touring bike or hybrid bike but could also go...
  4. Blue-Sky Thinking - The Porcelain Rocket Mr Fusion Saddle Bag

    Blue-Sky Thinking - The Porcelain Rocket Mr Fusion Saddle Bag
    The Mr Fusion seatbag is an exciting new addition to our range of Porcelain Rocket bikepacking bags. Ideal for bike packers, commuters and long distance roadies alike, it has 5-13 litres of capacity and a design which can be fitted to virtually any bike (you just need a minimum amount of saddle-tyre clearance). This is probably the single product we...
  5. Best of… The Always Riding Blog 2017 (Part 1)

    Best of… The Always Riding Blog  2017 (Part 1)
    Over the past year we’ve been lucky enough to meet and chat to some really fascinating people from the cycling world as part of our ongoing Always Riding features series. We’ve also gone out to the experts in search of some great advice for cyclists, from how you can use yoga to enhance your cycling, to photography tips and kit...
  6. A Preview & History of The 2013 Tour Divide

    A Preview & History of The 2013 Tour Divide
    On Friday 14th June, riders taking part in the 2013 US Tour Divide will nervously assemble for the Grand Depart of what Outside Magazine dubbed in 2007 'the world's toughest bike race'. After a few anxious moments snapping last minute photos, this hotch-potch peloton of international riders will move towards the car park next to the Banff Springs Hotel to...

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