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Briko Expedition Shorts

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Product Description

  • MAXI DRY 2 fabric
  • Comfort wearability, baggy look
  • Stretch inserts on the back
  • Pockets on the sides

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Building expedition / general use wheelset

Hello, I am in the process of building a Surly Long Haul Trucker for general use and a few long tours next year (could be described as "expeditions"). I'm still deciding between the 26" and 700c wheel size. For any of the wheel sizes, option A) would be a set of Mavic XM317 (26") / A319 (700c ... Read More »

Bikepacking expedition: Great Allegheny Passage

I'm new to the whole, 'bikepacking' and 'expedition' part of mountain biking. Up to my most recent journey, I was either at a downhill bike park or doing a 3 hour ride at a near by trail system. Instead of copying/pasting each photo, I have a link below to my facebook photo album that you can chec ... Read More »

My husband is getting a Trek 7200 bike. I want a Specialized Expedition WSD. Are the

We want to go riding together and he is 6'3 and I'm 5'4, so I need to have a bike that is at least as fast and as easy a ride as his. I'm afraid the bike I want is a bit more mountain trail and his is more road. Is there another Specialized bike more comparable to the Trek 7200? I don't want a Trek ... Read More »

suggested gearing for bikepacking, expedition

I am building a bike for the first time. A surly OGRE. It will be used for everything for commuting on pavement to dirt tracks, to pulling a trailer in winter on a snowmobile trail. I think i want chainrings:SHimano Deore, low gear 22 rear cog 11-34 Shimano rear deraileur is a shimano long cage Any ... Read More »

Crank Options For 2014 Expedition Sport - Heavy Rider

First Post on this board so please forgive my lack of terminology - I am in need of finding a new Left Arm for my crank. The original composite pedal had broke, and I purchased some Alluminum pedals to replace them. In installing I found that the composite pedal looks to have stripped the holes i t ... Read More »

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