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Andy Amick (amick) - BPL Guest

My Locale Colorado
About Me Love bikes, any types of bikes - road, mountain, touring, commuter. Got into lightweight bikepacking a couple of years ago and even started a company to build lightweight safety/first aid kits.
CityCastle Rock
StateColorado
CountryUnited States
My Website URLhttp://www.palespruce.com

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Lightweight inflatable pad similar to Kooka Bay?
Anyone know of any other companies making the type of inflatable pads (lightweight, custom) that Bender made at Kooka Bay? Ideally, it would be another small company making them.

In General Lightweight Backpacking Discussion » Lightweight inflatable pad similar to Kooka Bay?
August 02, 3:05pm

Re: Tyvek Ground Sheets
Interested in the the 36"x84" option.

In Gear Deals » Tyvek Ground Sheets
October 16, 6:42am

Go for the mountain bike
I agree with Chad and Tjaard. Get the mountain bike and you will be better off. It's more versatile with the gearing, tire options, and also with the fit. If you are fairly new to cycling,...

In Bikepacking & Bicycle Touring » Bikepacking Bike Advice
August 19, 10:57am

Re: Re: Re: Bikepacking- Who's doing it and how?
Chris, I had the same question about your setup. Is it too front heavy to affect climbing and handling? For a quick MYOG seat back, you could use a compression sack and strap it to the seat post ...

In Bikepacking & Bicycle Touring » Bikepacking- Who's doing it and how?
August 02, 12:05pm

Nice setup
Tjaard, looks like a fun time. I had never seen the trailer or tag-a-long with suspension before. That would definitely make the ride smoother. Looks like you have plenty of additional space f...

In Post-Trip Reports » Bikepacking singletrack with two kids
July 12, 6:14am

Seat bag options
Chris, if you want to have a seat bag but not ready to make one from materials, you could always try one made out of the corrugated plastic political signs. I've made a couple of these for my ...

In Make Your Own Gear » Bikepacking Bags
June 27, 9:34pm

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