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Martin Farrent
My bikepacking webzine on 11/20/2013 07:40:16 MST Print View

I have launched a (free) bikepacking webzine at

Take a look, if you are interested. I update it rather frequently.

Edited by martinfarrent on 11/20/2013 07:41:11 MST.

peter vacco

Locale: no. california
Re: My bikepacking webzine on 11/20/2013 09:01:09 MST Print View

very cool. and such the romantic adventures. is all good.
you are aware that 4 fellows from whitehorse recently rode the canol trail. yes ?

this isn;t really great posting material, but you have your pm function not working.


Martin Farrent
Thanks! on 11/20/2013 09:27:17 MST Print View

Hope PMs are working now - and thanks for the info.

Incidentally, there is a page for people to post links to their own trips or sites. Look here:

There is also a newsletter and various social media options for those who want to keep an eye on the site for updates:

Martin Farrent
Some improvements on 11/22/2013 03:01:33 MST Print View

I have updated the site with a section for adventure races. There are a few entries already. No doubt it will grow pretty organically.

In addition, there is now an explanatory page about navigation options: - it shows how to use the site for topical research. As the content mounts up, I think this will become increasingly useful, e.g. when planning a trip.

Martin Farrent
More improvements ;-) on 11/30/2013 05:22:59 MST Print View

I have added a few 'specials' under Features (in the top menu) - one for beginners, one for travel tips and one for trail skills. If you can think of any other topic groups that ought to be bundled, I would appreciate your suggestions. I would also like to link to a good, worldwide calendar for adventure races. Does anyone know of one?

Sam Haraldson
(sharalds) - MLife

Locale: Gallatin Range
My bikepacking webzine on 01/16/2014 13:28:13 MST Print View

This is a great looking site, Martin. I've added it to my RSS reader for future updates.

Martin Farrent
T&T on 01/17/2014 06:29:35 MST Print View

I'm sincerely glad you enjoy it, Sam! Thanks for telling me!

Various ways of following it (including RSS) are described here:

Andrew Stow
(AndyS) - F - MLife

Locale: Midwest USA
Thanks! on 01/17/2014 09:08:54 MST Print View

Thanks, I've been reading daily.