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Revelate Designs
April 24, 2015

Repair Video

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Damage something? Watch this.


We had a chance to catch up with Husband and wife duo of John Lackey and Kara Oney to find out a little more about their experience during the Iditarod Trail Invitational this year. John won and obliterated the course record with a blistering pace of under 2 days, Kara placed 3rd in the womens … [ Read More ]



Revelate Designs
January 22, 2015

Powerline Hoodies

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Living in Alaska means you deal with the cold and the weather a lot. In the summer of 2008 I needed a good cozy fleece layer for a certain trek out in the Aleutian Islands. I had more time than money on my hands so cut apart some old clothing to make a pattern, added … [ Read More ]


Nicholas Carman
December 3, 2014

A Letter from South Africa

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A letter from Nicholas Carman: We are in Nieu Bethesda, South Africa, a little town in the karoo that white people like to visit. There is said to be an house resembling an owl that attracts visitors, but I haven’t seen it. It’s a nice town, for sure, as the small grid of dirt roads … [ Read More ]



This is my third summer fatbike/pack raft trip to Alaska. First year we attempted Eric’s Lost Coast route and were crushed by weather. What I learned that year was to enjoy the moment, find patience and let the finish line go…. Last year we did the Hope to Homer route. Luckily my father loves Alaska … [ Read More ]


This story comes from my good friend and adventure partner Dylan Kentch. Dylan is a rare breed as you’ll find out by reading this article. On our trips together I was fortunate enough to get a glimpse at the goings-on inside his head as we bushwacked, rode and mostly stumblef-ed our way through a few … [ Read More ]



When it’s all suns in the weekend forecast, lack of planning can’t keep you in town. Eklutna lake was decided upon, we’ve been going there with Finn several times a summer since he was 18 months old in a Chariot trailer. It’s a relatively short trip in a beautiful setting with simply awesome camping. We … [ Read More ]


A frequent question we get is how or if the Sweetroll works with drop bars. This post will help to explain the setup. First some basics, with drop’s you are limited in width and not so much in tire clearance. This is the opposite of mountain bike flat bars where width is basically limitless but … [ Read More ]



Jones Loop bars are awesome bikepacking handle bars. Jeff graciously sent me a pair to play with this past winter. I promptly put them on my Ogre and they toured around with my 3 year old in Guatemala. Since then they’ve been on my fatbike providing the sort of all day comfort I love. To … [ Read More ]


Spring.. the sun has returned in full force. Trails are firm and snow stability is high. Time to get after it. Anchorage has amazing backcountry ski terrain right outside of town everything from mellow corn runs to steep test piece chutes. Last spring Billy and I headed out and accessed the Eklutna Glacier using fatbikes … [ Read More ]