Big Agnes Bikepacking Tent Collection

Mar 6, 2019

Category: Gear

Big Agnes has already made quite a name for themselves in the outdoor gear world, thanks to the fact that they build some of the best ultralight camping gear on the market. But their offerings just got a lot more versatile, especially for fans of 2-wheeled adventuring, thanks to their new Bikepacking Tent Collection.

Redesigned specifically for mountain bike packability, this collection of tents and tarps is perfect for anyone who enjoys off-road adventuring via a pedal-powered two-wheeler. For starters, the tarps boast an extended footprint to allow for better gear storage and dirt-free changing. And the tents — while still extremely lightweight, durable, and cozy (kudos to that extra headroom) — now come with a waterproof stuff sack that has a daisy-chain webbing system to make it easy to attach to just about any MTB frame. Big Agnes even included Shortstik Polesets to make hauling from campsite to campsite even less cumbersome than before. Pricing for this bikepacking gear ranges from $65-$470.

Purchase: $65+

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