Bikepacking Kit List

You have your bike luggage, now you need to fill it! We think we have most of the stuff you will need for your lightweight bikepacking adventures; from lightweight camping mats, down and synthetic sleeping bags, nutrition, shelter, torches and even bike tools. Here is just a small selection of what we do.

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Ultralight, 2-season sleeping bag: 5°C limit, Primaloft® Gold fill
$239.99
Ultralight, 3-season sleeping bag: 1°C limit, PrimaLoft® Gold fill
$259.99
Ultralight, 2-season sleeping bag: 7˚C limit, DownTek™ down fill
$209.99
Ultralight, 3-season sleeping bag: -6˚C limit, DownTek™ down fill
$319.99
Lightweight camping quilt. A versatile sleeping bag alternative: DownTek™ down fill
$149.99
Lightweight, inflatable camping pillow for multi-day hikes and overnight stays
$19.99
Lightweight, inflatable sleeping mat: full length, 5cm thick, 420g
$74.99
Ultralight, folding foam sleeping mat: full length, 1.7cm thick, 245g
$34.99
Self-inflating sleeping mat: torso length, 2.5cm thick, 450g
$64.99
Self-inflating sleeping mat: full length, 2.5cm thick, 630g
$79.99
Lightweight, inflatable sleeping mat: full length, 8cm thick, 350g
$64.99
Waterproof and breathable bivvy bag weighing less than 400g
$74.99
Lightweight, waterproof hooped bivvy bag weighing less than 1kg
$129.99
Ultralight backpacking tent: 1-person, 3-season, 1.2kg
$189.99
Innovative air pole tent great for bikepacking and hiking trips: 1-person, 3-season, 1.2kg
$209.99
Innovative air pole tent great for bikepacking and hiking trips: 2-person, 3-season, 1.5kg
$259.99
Ultralight backpacking tent: 2-person, 3-season, 1.4kg
$289.99
Ultralight, twin porch backpacking tent: 2-person, 3-season, 2kg
$329.99
3m x 3m square tarp for hammock camping or bivvying
$49.99
Siliconised ripstop nylon tarp with 16 hypalon attachment points
$79.99
30d siliconised ripstop nylon tarp, the ultimate lightweight shelter for backpackers
$99.99 $129.99
Lightweight, 1-person camping hammock with hanging straps
$59.99
Mesh hammock bug net to keep insects at bay
$39.99
Collapsible titanium camping stove, weighs just 45g
$34.99
High powered titanium camping stove weighing 124g
$74.99
Flat-pack stainless steel twig stove for camping and backpacking
$34.99
Lightweight folding titanium spork (or foon? or maybe forpoonk?)
$12.49
Folding titanium camping spoon
$12.49
Folding titanium camping knife
$12.49
Lightweight folding titanium camping fork
$12.49
Lightweight friction fire lighter for quick and easy fire lighting
$14.99
A classic lightweight and packable windproof gilet with mesh vents
$54.99
A classic lightweight and packable windproof gilet with mesh vents
$39.99 $54.99
Ride or run with showerproof, no-nonsense protection
$34.99 $39.99
Ultralight and breathable waterproof 3-layer protection when moving fast and light
$199.99 $259.99
Ultralight and breathable waterproof 3-layer protection when moving fast and light
$199.99 $259.99
Luxurious 100% recycled road cycling jersey for extended adventures
$64.99
Luxurious 100% recycled road cycling jersey for extended adventures
$64.99
Pure ultrafine merino wool base layer, 160gsm
$49.99 $64.99
Pure ultrafine non-mulesed merino wool base layer
$54.99 $64.99
Ultralight titanium cooking pot, perfect for solo adventurers
$54.99
It is a hat, a scarf, an ear band…
$7.99
It is a hat, a scarf, an ear band…
$7.99
240 lumen head torch with a reactive lighting mode
$34.99
200 lumen rechargeable camping lantern with hanging clip and magnetic back
$64.99

Bikepacking Kit List

At Alpkit, we specialise in well thought out, lightweight equipment for self-supported travel. Bikepacking is our thing and here's what we pack and comes in about 8kg in weight

    1. inflatable airbed
    2. down sleeping bag
    3. bivvy bag or small tent
    4. titanium cook set
    5. small camping stove with spare gas
    6. small first aid kit and enviro bug repellent
    7. pre-prepared food or freeze-dried sachets
    8. water
    9. fleece/down jacket in a dry bag
    10. spare set of clothes and waterproofs in separate dry bags
    11. headtorch
    12. snacks
    13. electrical devices in separate dry bags
    14. bike spares (pump, oil, multi-tool with chain splitter, inner tube and levers)
    15. credit card, money and phone

Want to read what other people use then check out James Olsen's spotlight Packing Your Frame Bag or Dan's notes from a 2 day South Lakes 100 miler spotlight on Bikepacking What To Pack


Watch: Bikepacking 101

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