Two forces in the bikepacking world have teamed up on a new Bikepacking Journal. Bunyan Velo – one of my personal favorite cycling journals – has been enveloped by Bikepacking.com to form a new bi-annual journal. Head to Bikepacking.com for more details.
Check out what our friends at Bunyan Velo have been working on:
“The Bunyan Velo Expedition Fund was established in 2017 to encourage and support bicycle expeditions by providing grants and gear to traveling cyclists. Grants awarded through the Bunyan Velo Expedition Fund are made possible through reader donations and purchases made in the Bunyan Velo web shop. Gear and prizes have been generously donated by our partners, some of the best folks in the business.”
See more at Bunyan Velo!
Bunyan Velo, the magazine dedicated to bikepacking, photography and tales from the road, has just posted their sixth issue online. You can buy a PDF copy, or view it for free right now at Bunyan Velo!
Let’em hang from your saddle pack, or clang around in your frame bag. Fill ’em with coffee, tea, or bourbon and bring on the patina. These Bunyan Velo and Porcelain Rocket camp mugs are in it for long haul. In stock now at Bunyan Velo!
It’s been about a year in the making, but Bunyan Velo’s Issue 05 looks to be one of the online-magazine’s best. Featuring The Radavist contributor Johan Björklund’s epic photos as well as a story on the Oregon Outback, this one’s not to be missed.
Check it out online for free, or you can buy a PDF at Bunyan Velo.
I’m really stoked on the newest issue from Bunyan Velo, partially because Jeff from All-City wrote an article on the Riverbottoms and used some photos from our ride last summer. Other reasons to check it out: holy roadscapes, a sick Search and State ad and more.
View Bunyan Velo Issue 04 above, or buy a PDF copy at Bunyan Velo!