September 7, 2016

“I have the same dream. Cousins on bikes in the great outdoors.”

With that email reply, my cousin Adam & I registered for the most beautiful ride we’d ever undertaken –  The Franklin Land Trust Deerfield Dirt Road Randonee.

The Franklin Land Trust takes the admirable sta...

August 26, 2016

“Time to go, meet me in 10”.

It was 6:30 AM when I got the text from Donald saying he was ready to head up to Cohutta. I wasn’t ready; nothing was packed.  I quickly gathered some gear, threw it in a messenger bag and pedaled to Donald’s loft.

I’m the one with my shit no...

July 22, 2016

Last weekend, I rode the Fried Green Tomato 200K with my homie Damon. Damon rode all 159 counties in Georgia in 2014 and is doing it all over again this year for FB4KATL to give bikes to Atlanta kids who need them . Check out the initiative here and follow his adventur...

July 6, 2016

What can be said about Porcelain Rocket that hasn’t already been said? Not much. Porcelain Rocket has become just as synonymous with bike packing bags as Revelate and for good reason too. Scott and his crew have been cranking out innovative designs in the bike packing...

June 26, 2016

The trail ahead came to a fork.  Donald had dropped me.  Again.   I had resigned myself to this cat and mouse game and had accepted the fact that he’d  always be waiting up ahead of me on the trail somewhere. I hadn’t expected the fork. This could be a problem. The lar...

June 24, 2016

Andrew the Maker, or ATM for short has been making bags since 2012. What originally started as a necessity to make himself bags that would suit all his own needs developed into much more once his friends started seeing the quality bike packing bags he was producing. Ba...

June 21, 2016

Since my very first intro into cycling I have avoided the non-rentention side of pedals. What started with a fixed gear bike and having cages, to progressing into SPD’s, I just thought to myself, “I need power and I can only get that by being clipped in”. Boy was I wro...

May 20, 2016

To get this out of the way, buy that 40 dollar Chinese knock off bike light. I bought one, it was great, it did what I wanted it to do and was brighter than the surface of the sun. But, remember, you always get what you paid for and that is exactly what I found out on...

May 20, 2016

There really is nothing more annoying than being out in the wilderness and climbing a particular steep ascent on your mountain bike only to run out of steam and have to walk the rest of the way to the top. On top of that, climbing in a shoe with hard plastic cleats and...

May 20, 2016


There’s a common sentiment in the touring/bikepacking/bikecamping world when it comes to gear selection that seems to be to pick simple things over complex ones. Choose parts that are easily serviceable in the field. That way when they break, you can fix them...

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