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New Zealand Mountain Bike Blog

Travelling Light and Long

Long and Light – the way of the Dirt Brevet

By Simon Kennett, as published in NZ MTBer

There’s a new style of mountain biking slowly spreading across the globe – call it a dirt brevet, bikepacking, or fat tyre randoneering if you like. It doesn’t matter. It’s about travelling light and covering big distances. Eighty kilometres a day is good for a starter; 250 kilometres isn’t out of the question. When that includes gravel roads and dirt tracks, you can expect to be riding from dawn to dusk.

via New Zealand Mountain Bike Blog.