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  This year we’re rolling out gift guides for all different kinds of bike enthusiasts. We’re kicking it off with gifts for all of the gravel devotees out there featuring picks from the one and only, Rebecca Rusch!       “The Shrew is the smallest Revelate seat bag a just 5 oz. , but it … [ Read More ]


This post is a special guest post written by Luc Mehl, a fellow Alaskan and  a leader in the field of trip planning and preparation.   Part 1 of this series presented near-real-time satellite imagery applications that help us determine surface conditions days or weeks ago. We used imagery from the Fernie, BC, area around … [ Read More ]



  This post is a special guest post written by Luc Mehl, a fellow Alaskan and  a leader in the field of trip planning and preparation. Modern advances in manufacturing and technology allow us to travel farther from home than ever before. But being far from home often means being far from help. Understandably, trip … [ Read More ]


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October 11, 2022

The Road to Recycled

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  Did you know that we’ve been converting our entire fleet of bags to recycled materials? We’re working with our suppliers to make our bags friendly to the planet while still retaining their robust and adventure proof qualities! Our main outer fabric is Ecopac with a 3-ply laminated construction. In addition to EcoPac outer fabrics, … [ Read More ]



If you haven’t been following along with the adventures of Kait Boyle and Kurt Refsnider you are missing out on some seriously incredible and inspiring journeys. Their latest trek took them way up into the Alps where they created 5 different rides exploring a few different regions of the Alps with the intent of linking … [ Read More ]


We’re suckers for zippers that can take a beating and still perform. No matter what kind of grit, grime, or snow you throw at them, we want our zippers to stand up to the test.⁠ But what makes our zippers so special? We’re glad you asked!   We use beefy molded tooth zippers built for … [ Read More ]



  Ana is the epitome of the Alaskan way of doing things – quietly crushing without raising much fuss. But she’s been quietly crushing for some time now and is having an incredible breakout year! In her rookie year of riding it, Ana snagged first place in the Tour Divide Trail. Then she rolled right … [ Read More ]


Annie has been a Revelate Ambassador since 2016 and we love getting to follow along with her bikepacking adventures. Back in December Annie rode the Highland Trail 550 route in winter as a fundraising challenge for Bike for Good in Glasgow. With unpredictable Scottish winter conditions and 17hours of darkness to manage, it was an … [ Read More ]



We left Stockholm driving north in our car loaded with adventure gear. Finally my wife and I were going to get some alone time together. It was to be Linnea’s first bikerafting adventure and was slightly nervous at the prospect of spending several days in the remote forest of the Örebro Region in central Sweden. … [ Read More ]


Sounds2Sounds is the latest event on the increasingly well appointed New Zealand bikepacking calendar. Conceived by the Kennett Brothers (New Zealand’s mountain bike race and brevet pioneers and prolific route and guidebook editors) it connects Totaranui/Queen Charlotte Sound at the top of Te Waipounamu/South Island with Piopiotahi/Milford Sound in Fiordland. The event links many of … [ Read More ]