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Packing light for a cycling tour
As people with regular day jobs and limited vacation time, we naturally want to cover as much distance and see as many things as possible with our bikes when we travel. After having experienced a couple of cycling trips, especially those with plenty of elevation and long climbs such as the ones in Japan and Spain, we’ve come to the realization that the ability to pack light and ride unencumbered makes the trip much more enjoyable. Long live bikepacking bags!