Personal setups » Trebor’s Kit

This is my setup for bikepacking and for this years’ TD.

Frame is Kinesis chromoly steel - 21″

Bags are homemade by me. Demensions Polyant, 500d and 1000d Cordura, and water resistant YKK zippers.

* Frame bag is 3 compartment – top drive side holds 4L bladder, bottom drive is storage, non-drive is for flat items like maps and has small pockets for batteries and such.

*Top Tube bags hold tools, tubes, lube, food, sunblock, etc.

*Seat bag holds compressibles like sleeping quilt, clothes, socks, and down jacket.

*Bar bag holds sleep and rain gear.

Fred Bars for the aero bars

Delorme PN series GPS

Sram XO and X9  mix

FSA Team cranks

WTB Nano tires for dirt roads and the like (Usually Crossmax for other terrain)

No Tubes Arch 29er rims

Rear hub Hope Pro II

Front hub Shimano Dynamo

Ergon grips

Selle Anatomica saddle (best I’ve found for my rear end thus far)

Rob

Comments (6)

MarshalApril 20th, 2011 at 10:27 am

very nice, will you also have a backpack?

treborApril 20th, 2011 at 11:03 am

Thanks Marshal. No backpack for me. Keep it all on the bike.

DerekMay 2nd, 2011 at 9:54 am

Hey Rob,
The set up looks awesome. Also great riding with you and Karlos a couple of weeks ago.
Good luck and see you in Canada.
Cheers,
Derek

RossMay 6th, 2011 at 3:48 am

What is the plan for the dynamo? Lighting or charging ancillaries or both?

treborMay 9th, 2011 at 6:51 am

Ross- the dynamo will run my primary light and charge my GPS battery. My Delorme GPS is a battery HOG!! I burn through a set of Lithium batteries about every day (~14/15 hours – go to regular alkaline and 8 hours is the norm). The cost for a 20+ day trip in gas station battery costs was staggering!! It will also be able to charge a storage battery that can then charge my cell phone and a back up rechargable head lamp while I sleep at night. I’m over “gadget’ed”, I know…. but I hope to not buy one battery the entire trip!

treborMay 9th, 2011 at 6:54 am

Derek – it was great to meet you. Best to you and see ya in about 4 weeks!!!!!

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