Show me your bike loaded with tent camping gear

lund

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Okanagan Valley, Canada.
Wow you guys take half the house I am used to backpacking so my gear is very small, light and minimal in comparison to some. About 10-12Kg. I only have food for one day however am not going off road anywhere so don't need supplies just the stove etc.View attachment 81631
I think at times it may depend on where your from. Here in British Columbia CA. you have to be very self sufficient, even in the case of backpacking into the wilderness. The backcountry is very remote for both backpacking and adventure riding.
Distances between communities and fuel stops can be beyond the bikes capability even on tarmac. Plus those who rely on cell services may find out quickly that these don't work once away from a major center. The vast majority of BC has no cell service once out of a major center and smaller communities have very spotty service.
So packing light can mean being unprepared for the unexpected in these parts and spending a long time stranded for help.
 

One-S

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Brussels, Belgium
Here is mine. This year on a 3 months trip to the south of Europe. At night, temperatures varied between 28C en -4C, so a lot of my luggage is clothing and warm sleeping stuff.
The green roll is my tent, the black one contains sleeping bag /-mat and clothes. In the panniers: kitchen (the top case), shoes, chair, food, summer and winter gloves, maps, tablet, toiletbag, First aid kit, spare glasses, wires and plugs to load Cell Phone, tablet etc.
And as per usual, in week two of the trip, I send 1/3 of it back home.
Pitty I had no place to put the bull. :cool:

Beasts.jpeg:)
 

alongrosman

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winnipeg, Mnitoba, Canada
2021 Manitoba to Ontario Quebec New Brunswick Nova Scotia Prince Edward Island back to Manitoba
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Jazzer

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Tracy, CA
My wife and I go for two weeks or more every year. We camp every night and have breakfast and dinner at the site. We usually stop for a good lunch. This was Idaho in June. Most of our backpacking gear does double duty. The tent was already taken off the left pannier in this photo.
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