ArchivesPosts Tagged ‘bikepacking’

02Feb

Can a piece of rubber, nylon mesh and a bit of aramid fibers bring you happiness? We did over 36000 kilometers using Schwalbe’s discontinued “XRs”, “Duremes” and “Mondials” on our rigid steel bikes. As we progressed across Asia towards Australia, we started to find more joy on all those little paths and tracks and did […]Continue Reading

25Nov

We have only spent a day in Oodnadatta – bought a large portion of potato chips, restocked on pasta and pesto, filled our bottles with rainwater we found in a tank hidden behind a former train station and went back into the desert. Our old Schwalbe Mondial tires were on their last breath in Australia […]Continue Reading

14Nov

Here comes the second part of our great adventure in the Nepali Himalayas. One of the biggest concerns while doing the Annapurna Circuit is the relatively quick altitude gain. It is said that above 3000 meters one should not climb more than 500 metres a day to avoid Acute Mountain Sickness. In the little Town […]Continue Reading

11Nov

For the first time during our journey we wanted to feel how it is to travel light. We spent so much time travelling with all our equipment and Nepal seemed to be a perfect place to try bikepacking (travelling by bicycle with only the essential gear). After more than four months in the high mountains […]Continue Reading