Equipment

Cycling Clothing
helmet
cap
2x short sleeve wool jerseys
wool arm warmers
2x shorts
belt
wool tights
bike gloves
3x wool underpants
3x wool socks
rain jacket
shoes

Off Bike Clothing
t-shirts (1 short, 1 long sleeve)
jeans
sandals
wool sweater
wooly hat
swim trunks

Camping Equipment
sleeping bag
tent (2-person)
inflatable mattress
camp towel
compressible pillow

Cooking Equipment
stove (Whisperlite international) & large fuel canister
small skillet & 1 L pot
fork & spoon
spatula & pancake turner
cutting board
pepper grinder
olive oil
peanut butter
hunny
grater
egg holder
camp soap

Tools
air pump
bicycle multitool
Leatherman
duct tape
tire irons (4)
chain lube
patch kit
cable ties

Spare Parts
spokes (2)
spare tire
tubes (3)
brake pads
brake cable
derailleur cable
pannier screws

Hygiene & First Aid
toothbrush, toothpaste, floss
sunblock & lip sunblock
insect repellent
tissues
shampoo & face wash
comb
mirror
toilet paper
first aid kit: bandaids, antiseptic wipes, antibiotic ointment, hydrocortisone ointment
ibuprofen
deodorant
tweezers
moleskin
woolwash

Misc
pocket knife
sunglasses & case
paracord
lighter, matches
corkscrew
sewing kit
compass
ULock & cable lock
headlamp
passport
zip ties
nail clippers
moisturizer
ear plugs
bandanas
notebook
Sharpie, mechanical pencil, pen, highlighters
postcard stamps

Fun Stuff
books

Tech Gear
iPhone
iPhone wall charger & cable
solar charger
USB battery
camera
extra camera batteries
camera wall charger
headphones

3 Responses to Equipment

  1. Ken Simpson says:

    So pleased the inclusion of duct tape…

  2. Donna says:

    Excellent blog! So, I was wondering how you made hash browns with the gear you had on hand–and how did you transport the eggs. Thanks!

    • Bjorn says:

      Thank you! I should go back and edit the equipment list for what I actually ended up taking with me, maybe make it a list of what I’d actually take with me again. I ended up taking a mini grater and a plastic 6-egg holder. I’d pick up a few Russets and half a dozen eggs every few days. Hash browns would have been a lot easier with a slightly larger grater!

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