OUR TOP 10 PICKS FOR TOURING AND BIKEPACKING
No explanation needed. Forget the Aeropress hype. If you like a good and stong coffee to get you started in the morning, the Bialetti is your piece of choice. Plus, it's almost undestroyable.
With a class-leading chamois and hundreds of rave reviews these award-winning bib shorts now come all black and with three rear pockets. Load up and head out.
A silk liner definitely adds some luxury to the sometimes not so luxurious bikepacking life. By feeling soft and silky on your skin the extra layer gives another layer of warmth adding 1-2 degrees on top of your sleeping bag. This means you can use a liner to ramp up a 2-3 seasons sleeping bag and to make your sleeping kit more versatile for different destinations and conditions - you never know what to expect from hostel/guesthouse/hotel/whatever sheets ;-)
Nothing more frustrating than tire levers that break if you try to get the tire from the rim. So make sure to bring a decent pair with you. We're really happy with the ones from Decathlon. And Lezyne. And Rapha.
Don't really fancy having tan lines on your forehead from the helmet? A cycling cap is your solution. Also helps to keep away (some) sweat or rain. And it just looks cool.
When all else fails or breaks, the Voilé straps won't let you down (no, we're not sponsored, we just really really really like them). They're incredibly helpful to mount more or less useful stuff to other stuff. Or to your bike.
Built for high impact support and fuller coverage, the Shock Absorber Bra is made with high-performance fabrics that feature good moisture management properties. The bra is constructed with adjustable, padded straps and a soft wide under band for a custom fit. A padded hook and eye design make this bra a great choice for groundwork.