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Explore my Bikepacking setup

Sleeping system

Pyraomm Tarp shelter by Liteway equipment (1.9kg)

0 c Northface down sleeping bag (1kg)

Quechua ultralight inflatable mattress (700 gm

inflatable Pillow


1 x Quick-dry full sleve t-shirt

1 x Quick dry shirt

1 x Convertible pants 

1 x Marnmot down Jacket 

2 x Long warm socks

2 x Cycling Under Padded shorts

1 x MTB shorts

1 x Quick dry towel

1 x Fleece 

1 x Rain jacket and pants 

1 x Briefs

1 x Warm skin

1 x Leg warmers

1 x Hiking shoes 

1 x Hiking sandals 

1 x Bandana

1 x Biking and waterproof Gloves

1 x Thermal pants

Bike accessories

Seatpost Bag 

Frame Bag 

Handelbar Bag 

Stem Bags 

Waist bag for Camera 

Moloko-bar Bag 

Niterider 450 Lumens 

Bike components

Marin Bikes Pine Mountain 1

Surly Molokobar 

Surly front rack 

ABC Wanderer Saddle 

Salasa Anything-cage 

Catalyst Pedals by Pedaling Innovation

Sp-pd8 dynamo hub (Happy Earth)

Sinewave USB charger

Customised fork made by Psynyde Bikes

Polar Bottles


Sony A7III Mirrorless
16-35F4 and 85mm 1.8 lens

Go Pro Hero 5 black

2 x extra batteries

ND filter each

1TB hardrive

SD card adaptors and cable

1 x Mobile phone 

20,000mah powerbank

4 SD cards (160GB)
2 Micro SD card (32GB)

Solar charger 

Rav Power file hub

Spare tools

2 x Spare tube

1 x Tire lever set

Surly front rack extra screws

Buckle Straps

Tubeless sealant 

Mini pump

Chain tool and links


Extra gear/brake cable

Muc-off chain lube

5 x Zip tie

Electric tape

Chain cleaner

Cooking gears

MSR whisperlite international 

Water Strainer

Small vessels 




Oats & Muesli

Dry fruits - Almonds, figs


Granola Bars  


Fresh Vegetables 



Maggi masala


Dried veggies

Rice Noodles

First aid 

Ibuprofen (pain killer)

Paracetamol (fever, cold)

Diamox (AMS)

Avil (allergy)


Bandage, Sterile cotton


Hand sanitiser

Body wash



Toilet paper

> This kit is as per my personal preference. I mostly carry things just enough for survival at times and sometimes it even these feel extra.
> There yet are things to reconsider before heading out on my next tour.

> I carried 3 - 4ltr water on my bike for cooking and drinking.

> There are many ways to make it an ultralight setup. But most importantly, your setup would depend on the duration and budget of the trip.

That's all Bikepackers!

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