LUGGAGE (Bikepacking Bags)

1 | Seat Pack 
2 | Handlebar & Accessory Pack 
3 | Frame Bag 
4 | Top Tube Bag 
5 | Dry Bags

SHELTER & COOKWARE (Camping)

1 | Sleeping Bag
2 | Bivvy Bag
3 | Pegs / Guy Lines / Poles (Tarp)
4 | Tarp – great as an extra level of shelter in a bivvy bag / storing kit under overnight
5 | Sleeping Mat
6 | Warm (Down) Jacket 
7 | Hat and Gloves
8 | Warm Socks
9 | Suncream & Insect Stuff
10 | Spork 
11 | Hot Drink Supplies (Coffee)
12 | Toiletries
13 | Fuel
14 | Mug 
15 | Camping Stove
16 | Cooking Pot / Kettle
17 | Coffee Maker
18 | Towel
19 | Sleeping Bag Liner – great for hygiene / extra warmth / sleeping in without a sleeping bag if really warm, or in a bunkhouse
20 | Lighter / Matches
21 | Tissues / Wipes
22 | Food – leave some room for picking up supplies en-route
23 | Dry Kindling Pack

TOOLS & ACCESSORIES

1 | Map | 1:100,000 scale, or less. Never leave without one.
2 | Sketchbook
3 | Pump 
4 | Multitool (w/ Chain Tool) 
5 | Buff 
6 | Outerwear (Rain Shell / Wind Stopper) 
7 | Everything Shoes | with a light setup, go for some SPD MTB shoes that enable you to do things off-the-bike too, like explore bunkers and hike up mountainsides with your bike. Or strap flip flops somewhere, for the evening camp spot.
8 | Spare Inner
9 | Straps / Cables / Tape
10 | Compass & Knife
11 | Spare Power & Chargers
12 | Water Carriers
13 | Headtorch
14 | Hippie

Additions:


15 | Bike Lights – front and back. On this sort of trip, ensure your front light can be used to light up tracks in the dark, as well as just for being seen.
16 | Clothing – wear what you want, within reason. Outerwear is important for adverse conditions – take a rain shell that can even double up as a wind stopper, and warm down jacket for cold times off-the-bike. A buff is always useful.
17 | GPS
18 | Camera
18 | Medical Kit
19 | Hand sanitiser
20 | Water Filtration (tablets / filter)?

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If you have any questions about touring kit, do send us an email – basecamp@pannier.cc …

Safe travels...

 
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