Deane Parker, a first-time Brevet participant, as he undertakes a 250km weekend bikepacking event with ‘The Flahute Presents’, in the Canterbury high country. If you live in the South Island and would like join in with “The Flahute Presents” here is a few links for you https://itu.co.nz/the-flahute/2020-the-flahute-presents-season/ and also find out more here too https://www.facebook.com/Theflahute/Continue reading “Ride What Ya Brung: A First Brevet Cycling Experience”
A great short video of NZ by Bikepacking by Ali Paul We do live in the best place to go Bikepacking Happy Pedaling
So here are two great videos about running tubeless. The first setting up your bike tubeless. The second video is about tubeless tyre repair’s when your out on you’re bikepacking adventure. Some people are going to answer why go tubeless as it looks a mess, well with a tube in one’s tyre a prickle orContinue reading “Guide To Tubeless Tyres”
Very well filmed and a great watch More info at Bikepacing.com El Silencio: Cycling the Peru Divide from Jay Bird Films on Vimeo.
So later this month it’s time for the 3rd Geyserland Classic Grind. Starting and finishing in Rotorua. Date Sep 22 at 9 AM to Sep 24 at 6 PM More info here is a link to the website Link And here is a Events link 2018 Classic Gravel Grind Editor
Seems to be the bane of many Bikepacker’s. Thought as i’m bored and stuck inside i’d share what i’ve found that works. First up before you buy any bags, sort your cables! Go to your LBS and get the cables shortened and routed well and this takes a lot of the pain away. Many haveContinue reading “Cramped Cables!”
Couple of local lads won second prize in a Bikepacking. com route competition. I decided to give it a whirl … it’s the iconic kiwi way No. 8 Wired Starting in Greytown you quickly start climbing into the Aorangi Forest park and tackle the infamous Aorangi Crossing. I made a complete hash of the firstContinue reading “No. 8 Wired”
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