bikepacking

Dream a Little and go – Introduction to a Weekend Bike Journey

Planning a bicycle touring trip is kind of like a dream. It’s one of those dreams that you can make a reality if you put your mind to it. If it’s something exciting you dreamt about after waking up out … Read More

My Bikepacking Love Affair & Why You Should Consider It

Growing up as a city kid I was always curious about the outdoors. My love for bikes started from a very early age, but I didn’t have much (any) exposure to camping or being too far away from a subway … Read More

Bikepacking New Mexico’s Valles Caldera Supervolcano​

What a trip. I can honestly say I was a bit stubborn for the first day. I rode 30 miles from Albuquerque to Kewa Pueblo where I picked up the trailhead for another 8 miles to camp. It’s been a … Read More

Learning From Failure – Reflections From Colombia

LEARNING FROM FAILURE – REFLECTIONS FROM COLOMBIA [Originally published in the BIKEPACKING.com One Question Five Voices Series, 2019.] My biggest bikepacking failure was when I abandoned a route on my 10-day Colombia trip in 2017. I’d spent months planning a … Read More

Lake Minnewaska Weekender

Lake Minnewaska Weekender Finally, I was able to get my bike cleaned and prepped for my fall trip up to Lake Minnewaska. It was just a day trip but I’ve been itching to get out and tread over some dirt … Read More

Believing Is Everything

Words unveiled from U.S. Tour We were on U.S.route 50 in the middle of the scorching hot Nevada desert. It must have been 90degrees plus in late July that day. The sun was basically melting our skin as we lugged … Read More

Colombia Bike Rig

Colombia Bike Rig The Colombia bike rig. This was a serious setup. And one of my more important rigs to focus on as this was an international bikepacking trip and resources may be slim. For this one in particular, we’ll … Read More

Mastering The Lens: Bikepacking Photography

Bikepacking became influential to my photography. It constantly pushes me to rethink my craft. … Read More

Hong Kong – The Twisted City

It was 7 am when I arrived in Hong Kong. A few hundred Hong dollars loaded on my Octopus Card and I was off via the MTR to Causeway Bay where I’ll be staying for 4 days before Diane arrives. … Read More

George’s 2017 Soma Juice 29er

George’s 2017 Soma Juice 29er Bikepacking is something I like to coin an extreme mellow sport. And choosing the right tool for the job (Bike) can make or break your comfort & trip. Route planning, gear checking and the proper … Read More