Personal setups » Scott Morris “couples” setup


The following is the setup I used with my S.O., Paula, on our October 2008 trip:

Bikepacking the AZT south


Bike: Lenzsport Leviathan, full suspension 29er

On bike:

  • Henry Shires Squall Tarptent, strapped to handlebars with two regular straps
  • Garmin Oregon GPS
  • One bottle

Epic Ride Research Feed Bag, containing: FOOD!

Epic Designs seat bag, containing:

  • Phantom 32 sleeping bag
  • Marmot precip rain jacket
  • Mountain Hardware rain pants
  • Crocs attached to side for mellow sections of trail/road

Custom made frame bag, containing:

  • Pump, multitool, spare tube, chain tool, topeak mini-shock pump

Osprey Talon 22 pack, containing:

  • Big Agnes Clearview sleeping pad
  • Pop can denatured alcohol stove
  • 8 oz bottle of fuel (forgotten on this trip!)
  • 8 oz cup
  • MSR dromlite 200 oz bladder
  • Pearl Izumi arm/leg warmers
  • random first aid and repair items (zip ties, chain link, tape, etc)
  • camera
  • toiletries (toothbrush, etc)
  • Food! (3+ days easily)
  • Chain lube and rag


Bike: Voodoo Canzo full suspension 29er

On bike:

  • Big Agnes Insulated Air Core sleeping pad, strapped to handlebars with bungee cords
  • One bottle

Epic Ride Research Feed Bag, containing: FOOD!

Carousel Design Works seat bag, containing:

  • Western Mountaineering Highlite sleeping bag
  • Adidas gortex jacket
  • Rain pants strapped below pack

Camelbak Day Star women’s specific pack:

  • Standard camelbak 100 oz bladder
  • Food
  • Toiletries
  • Arm warmers, knee warmers
  • Spare running shoes (she’s a runner, and can’t help but bring them!)

Comments (4)

Xavier WatsonJune 21st, 2010 at 10:08 pm

i always use leg warmers during the winter months to feel comfy.:.”

Justin CampbellJuly 25th, 2010 at 10:22 am

we often need leg warmers during the cold winter months in our place. we prefer cotton or wool-:`

Cassaundra ShrumNovember 5th, 2012 at 11:31 pm

I always use leg warmers whenever i am on a very long trip in cold weather. ‘

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