Welcome, and thanks for having a look around!

What’s new: April 2021 – New products soon to be available including the SeatBag (dropper post friendly), Jones H-Loop Harness, BikeHandle, hidden tool and repair rolls, and custom Voile straps in 20″ and 32″ lengths. The Power Delivery (PD) for bikepacking blog post now includes lighting systems that have PD.

For orders over $150, now offering Xpress Post shipping to Canada, and parcel post to USA, parts of Europe, Australia and New Zealand. Adding new destinations as shipping restrictions are lifted.

Enjoying the winter night skies after a quick camp setup with a complete custom luggage set. Double handlebar roll, full length top tube bag, high volume frame bag, rapid mount FenderBag, Dropper post seat bag. Will be coming out with more new and innovative bikepacking solutions in 2021.

Bikepackersfoundry.com is a father and daughter family collaboration to create, field-test, and handcraft, original ultralight bikepacking gear using high-quality materials. The site also provides ultralight DIY designs and usage ideas.

The Store:  Products are currently available include the new XL Straddle Bag, custom Voile Straps, Hidden Tool and Repair rolls, Straddle Bags (a pair of flexible bags that securely mount on either side of the top tube and can be opened and closed with one hand), the Fender Bag (a full-length front fender and bag mounted to the front of the downtube), and the top-tube Bottle Cradle (a secure one-handed quick access bottle storage that can be mounted to the front or back of the top-tube) . Additional new products to be added when materials are available.

DIY ideas: This section of the website has a variety of do-it-yourself projects focused on ultralight designs, gear hacks, and other ideas for doing more with less.  Projects for you to consider include a composite rear rack and integrated pannier system (dropper-post friendly), and an ultralight  handlebar harness and roll system.

Blog: Bikepacking and bike-rafting images, usage ideas (such as saving fuel), product suggestions, and ultralight gear lists.

This website is intended to only portray items that the authors have not seen covered elsewhere. Bikepacking.com is an excellent resource.