- Bike: Access 29’er hardtail with RockShox Reba RLT
- Tires: Schwalbe SnakeSkin Rocket Ron and Racing Ralph
- Eggbeaters pedals, Specialized Rime shoes
- Revelate Design: Viscacha seatbag, handlebar harness, tangle framebag
- Small $15 frame bags in bottom triangle and on top tube
- Electronics: Garmin Oregon 300 (hard to read display), DeLorme InReach text messaging device (awesome), Samsung cell phone (this is my camera) preloaded with topomaps as a backup. 2 pairs of AA lithium batteries for Garmin and small USB charger.
- Camping: Big Agnes Flycreek UL1 tent, Exped Synmat UL 7 mat + inflating bag, Marmot Helium 15F downbag, homemade ground cloth that rolls up into a dry-bag on the handlebar
- Tools: spare tube, small Topeak Alien multi-tool, Lezyne Alloy Drive medium pump (shared with Lee)
- Miscellaneous: bear rope, bug repellant, chammy cream, toothpaste& brush, floss, hand sanitizer, toilet paper, first aid kit
- Backpack: Kelty Range (cheap&light)
- Lights: Lezyne SuperDrive XL and a Planet Bike blinky for the rear
- Food: bread, energy bars, freeze dried meals, individual bags of tuna, dried mashed potato, twizzlers, nuts, gummy bears, instant coffee, EmergenC, S-caps salt tablets, and some junk food. All food is hung at night in a dry bag.
- Water: Sawyer in-line water filter attached to Platypus bag
- Clothing: Ibex merino wool shorts and ultra-light shirt, L.L. Bean merino wool long sleeve shirt, Pearl Izumi vest, Outdoor Research Helium rain jacket, ancient long bikepants, Melanzana hat, Specialized riding gloves with touch-screen stitching, DeFeet Wooleater socks, Specialized helmet, Zoot cooling armsleeves (I hate sunscreen)
I was happy with my setup and nothing broke. The wool clothing worked really well for this multi-day bikepacking trip (no stink, except the t-shirt smells a bit like wet sheep when it’s wet :).