Ultralight Bike Touring and Bikepacking: The Ultimate Guide to Lightweight Cycling Adventures

Ultralight Bike Touring and Bikepacking: The Ultimate Guide to Lightweight Cycling Adventures

by Justin Lichter, Justin Kline

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Overview

Written by experts Justin Lichter and Justin Kline, Ultralight Bike Touring and Bikepacking is a detailed guide to ultralight, self-contained cycling trips for pleasure and adventure. Bike tours can last a single day or take weeks, months, and years - this guide will explain the basics and intricacies no matter how far you go. Whether you are a beginner or a veteran, this is the most comprehensive book yet on traveling further and lighter.

Product Details

ISBN-13: 9781493023981
Publisher: Falcon Guides
Publication date: 10/15/2016
Sold by: Barnes & Noble
Format: NOOK Book
Pages: 176
Sales rank: 972,530
File size: 28 MB
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About the Author

Justin Lichter has hiked more than 35,000 miles since 2002, including thru-hikes on the Appalachian Trail, International AT, Eastern Continental Trail, Pacific Crest Trail, Pacific Northwest Trail, Continental Divide Trail, Great Divide Trail, as well as treks in the Southern Alps, New Zealand, Africa, Iceland, and the Himalaya Range. He is a “Triple Crowner,” having hiked the ECT, PCT, and CDT (more than 10,000 miles) in one year. Check him out at justinlichter.com.

Justin Kline has pedaled loaded bicycles tens of thousands of miles. While he prefers the dirt and solitude of the wilderness, that hasn’t stopped him from exploring some of the busiest cities around the globe on two wheels. Whether on the Great Divide, at home in New Hampshire’s White Mountains, or in an olive grove halfway around the world, his best rides end under the stars with nothing more than what was carried on his bicycle. Justin currently works remotely while pedaling on an open-ended international bike tour. He lives in Sugar Hill, New Hampshire.

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