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Old 08-05-08, 08:56 AM
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What to Pack on Tour

I have been looking around the touring forum and noticed a lot of people asking for advice on what to pack on a loaded tour. I though it would be good to have a tread dedicated to packing lists. It could make for a good Sticky so long as people would use it.
So post you packing lists!!!! And maybe a short description of the kind of trip it is for.
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OK I'll bite, this is my list for 3 season touring everywhere except places like Tibet. For winter touring I'd add a down jacket and maybe go to a double walled tent and a mummy sleeping bag

CAMPING
Tent, Contrail, with Tyvek groundsheet
Summer down Sleeping Bag
Big Agness insulated Sleeping Pad
Trangia alcohol stove, pot, cup, windscreen, scrubber, lid/frypan, handle
16 oz Denatured Alcohol
Ti Spork
BIC Lighter
50' Cord

CLOTHES CARRIED
Touring Shorts
Convertible Long Pants
Wool Long Underwear
Padded cycling Underwear
Wool Short Sleeve T-Shirt
Long Sleeve "Adventure" Shirt
Microporous rain jacket
2 x Socks
Flip Flops
Gloves
Marmot Driclime Windshirt
Beanie hat

TOILETRIES
Razors
Lip balm
Sunscreen
Microfiber Towel
Shampoo
Toothpaste and Brush
DEET
Dental Floss
Toilet Paper

BIKE STUFF
Bike Cable Lock
Multitool
Leatherman, Juice
2 x Kevlar Spokes
Chain Lube
2 x inner tubes
Pump
2 x Patch Kits
Tire boots
2x Powerlink
Brake cable
Gear cable
Brake Pads
Misc Nuts and Bolts
4x AA batteries
Plastic Bags
Duct tape
Superglue
zip ties

MISC
Wallet
Map
folding umbrella
notebook and pen
First Aid Kit
Sewing kit
small FM radio
Cell phone/camera and charger
(eeePC and/or iphone since picture taken)

CLOTHERS WORN, NOT INCLUDED IN WEIGHT
Padded Underpants
Long Sleeve T-Shirt
Cycling Knickers
Socks
Cycling Shoes
Helmet or cap
Bandana

BAGS
Carradice saddlebag, handle bar bag and 2x silnylon compression sacks

2xLitres water, honey, dehydrated soup, couscous, jerky, stock cubes, energy bars
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Old 08-05-08, 11:12 AM
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Originally Posted by antokelly View Post
ok ill have a go,camping hilleberg akto tent /ground sheet,exped down matalpkit down sleeping bag (pipedream)extra pegs.cooking.optimus crux gas stovepot with lid (boiling water)pan (frying)and used as platemug tea bags/coffeesmall bottles plastic for oil washing up liquid.bike.pumptwo water bidonsbarbag in which i have ,glasses notepad /pen/snacks/lights front /rearrear panniers.cloths while riding base layerlong sleev gilletassos bib tightsmitsmountain bike shoes /socks.helmet.cloths off bike ,rain jacket (can be worn as casual)long cycling pantscycling bib tights (extra pair)zipoff slackslong sleeve cycling jersey3pair underware 3pair sockst shirt sandles.washkitmicrofiber toweltoothpaste /brushrazor/shaving oil smallmirrorflannolshowergeltoiletroll.bikesparesmulti tool2 spare tubespuncutre repair odd spanners spare bolts tyre leavers.surerglue/ziptiesplyerswell i think thats about it im sure somebody will tell me i have either to much or to little but most of the gear is quiet compact as you can see,as i said in another post cloths are the problem i find,either to much or not enough.
No offense intended, but man is that hard to read. At very least some punctuation between items would help, but one item per line would be better.
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Old 08-05-08, 11:43 AM
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no offense taken ,i did try to delete this post because of the way it turned out im a geek sorry about this im going to try and delete it again.
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Old 08-05-08, 11:50 AM
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ok i cant find my original post i taught i deleted it ok ,so staehpi1 can you do the honers thanks.
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ok i cant find my original post i taught i deleted it ok ,so staehpi1 can you do the honers thanks.
Antokelly,
I tried to edit it a bit sorry if I didn't get it right.
Pete

ok ill have a go,

camping
hilleberg akto tent
ground sheet
exped down mat
alpkit down sleeping bag (pipedream)
extra pegs

cooking
optimus crux gas stove
pot with lid (boiling water)
pan (frying)and used as plate
mug
tea bags
coffee
small bottles plastic for oil washing up liquid

bike
pump
two water bidons
barbag in which i have ,glasses notepad /pen/snacks/lights
front /rear panniers

cloths while riding
base layer
long sleev gillet
assos bib tights
mits
mountain bike shoes
socks
helmet

cloths off bike
rain jacket (can be worn as casual)
long cycling pants
cycling bib tights (extra pair)
zipoff slacks
long sleeve cycling jersey
3pair underware
3pair sockst
shirt
sandles.

washkit
microfiber towel
toothpaste
brush
razor
shaving oil
small mirror
flannol
showerge
ltoiletroll.

bikespares
multi tool
2 spare tubes
puncutre repair
odd spanners
spare bolts
tyre leavers.
surerglue/
zipties
plyers

well i think thats about it im sure somebody will tell me i have either to much or to little but most of the gear is quiet compact as you can see,as i said in another post cloths are the problem i find,either to much or not enough.

Edit: I tweaked it a bit, Is that better? I had a little trouble telling what was intended in a few places.

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Old 08-05-08, 01:26 PM
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Here is my current list. I lost a few things in San Francisco that I never bothered to replace like the first aid kit.

bike
2 water bottles
Topeak road morph pump
handkerchief (wrapped around stem)

left pannier
sleeping bag
fleece blanket
Hennessey Hammock
air mattress
tent stakes
headlamp
compass
20m of parachute cord
pocket knife
lighter
toothbrush
toothpaste
floss

right pannier
2 pair bike shorts
1 pair board shorts
3 pair underwear
1 pair long pants
3 pairs of socks
1 long underwear bottom
1 long underwear top
3 t-shirts
1 jersey
1 sweater
1 rain jacket
1 toque
1 pair gloves
miscellaneous food items
1 book (currently The Secret Life of Bees)
1 pair flip flops

rain covers
tire levers
patch kit
2 spare tubes
1 spare tire
multitool
sunglasses
U-lock
bike shoes

camera
cellphone
ipod
chargers for the above items
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Old 08-05-08, 01:34 PM
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staehpi1 thanks a million still diden't turn out as i wanted but you did a far better job than me thanks.
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I think a packing list is a very personal thing, in that what I find indispensible, someone else would find easily dispensible. I refine my list after every tour, and I've found myself going back and forth on some things.

The key is to save weight when at all possible, while still bringing enough stuff to make the trip enjoyable.

Rather than put my whole list, I'll just put a few selections.

One tool I wouldn't leave home without is a Stein Hypercracker. It allows you to change spokes yourself on the cassette side of the rear wheel (where they always break first) and it doesn't weigh much or take up too much space. You can get them here. I also bring some real spare spokes. There's a braze-on for them on my LHT, but on my last bike I just zip-tied them to my left chainstay. Of course, for any spoke repair or wheel truing you also need a spoke wrench. My multi-tool has three sizes. It also has a chain tool, which I've never needed but a friend of mine did. His chain broke in the middle of nowhere. I guy riding by had a chain tool. He took out the broken link, re-attached the remaining chain, and my friend was able to pedal on, albeit with a few less gear choices.

This year I brought a pillow, and it added to my comfort immensely. On my first few tours I wadded extra clothes up in a stuff sack. It was a lumpy, hard, uncomfortable pillow. Last year I folded my fleece vest on top of my small towel. That was better. The folded flat cloth wasn't lumpy, and the fleece was relatively soft. This year I bought a small Thermarest pillow. When I put it on top of my folded towel it raised my head to the proper level. It's covered with fleece on one side so it's soft, and it's much more cushiony than any folded garment. It's also very light and folds up small. It's a keeper for sure.

I love coffee, so I bring a one-cup coffee funnel from Melitta. I also bring a plastic insulated coffee mug with a lid.

I have a fairly small Swiss Army Knife which I consider indispensable. I use the long blade as a sharp knife in the "kitchen" for slicing vegetables, meat, etc. I use the can opener as my only can opener. I use the screw drivers for various repairs. It's also handy to have a knife for cutting clothesline, loose handlebar tape, etc.

My stove burns unleaded gas. This allows me to refuel at any gas station. There are more gas stations on the road than any other service you can mention.

I bring CampSuds to wash my dishes. I also use it to wash my bicycling clothes. I buy travel-size bottles of shampoo, and when I stay in a motel I take the little bars of soap. I don't bring deodorant. Since I often have to go several days without a shower, and have to put on clothes I've already worn a couple of days, it's kind of pointless to try and smell good. (I usually tour alone )

I bring a small, light tablet and a pen. I write down mileages for my journal, shopping lists, notes to myself, etc. One of the things I write is addenda to my packing list for next time - what I brought that was great, what I brought that I didn't need, and what I wish I had brought.

I bring an MP3 player. I listen to it about half the time I'm riding (again, I usually ride alone so there's no one to talk to.) I don't listen to it on scary roads, or when I'm not in the mood. It's nice because it has a voice recorder, so I can record journal entries. It also has an FM radio, and occasionally that has been a great feature - usually in camp when I'm not moving. The reception isn't that great.
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Originally Posted by BigBlueToe View Post
I bring CampSuds to wash my dishes. I also use it to wash my bicycling clothes. I buy travel-size bottles of shampoo, and when I stay in a motel I take the little bars of soap. I don't bring deodorant. Since I often have to go several days without a shower, and have to put on clothes I've already worn a couple of days, it's kind of pointless to try and smell good. (I usually tour alone )
Why would you not bring deodorant? It is not very big nor does it weigh a lot. Plus your clothes would not smell as bad after being worn for several days if you had deodorant.
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Originally Posted by BigBlueToe View Post
...I bring CampSuds to wash my dishes. I also use it to wash my bicycling clothes...
Give Dr Bronners liquid castile soaps a try, if you haven't allready. Great stuff!! A little goes a long way. I buy the big bottle for home use, and pour off small portions for trips. Works very well and is economical.

-Can be found at REI, Whole Foods, Wallgreens and likely others. Cheapest place I've seen the big bottle was REI, maybe 3 or 4 bucks less than Wallgreens (at the time).
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Give Dr Bronners liquid castile soaps a try, if you haven't allready. Great stuff!! A little goes a long way. I buy the big bottle for home use, and pour off small portions for trips. Works very well and is economical.

-Can be found at REI, Whole Foods, Wallgreens and likely others. Cheapest place I've seen the big bottle was REI, maybe 3 or 4 bucks less than Wallgreens (at the time).
I use shampoo for everything. When I shower I use it for my hair and the rest of me, why take soap. I use a bit to lather up for shaving....not ideal, but it works well enough. A drop works well for washing dishes or clothes too.

I find that I don't need deodorant as I shower well and wool tops stop me from stinking.
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New to touring, but Dr. Bronners has always been my backpacking staple. Plan to bring it as the only soap -type product on a Oregon coast tour this Sept.
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I use shampoo for everything. When I shower I use it for my hair and the rest of me, why take soap. I use a bit to lather up for shaving....not ideal, but it works well enough. A drop works well for washing dishes or clothes too.

I find that I don't need deodorant as I shower well and wool tops stop me from stinking.
-I use the castile soap for everything too (shampoo, dishes, clothes etc). I also like it because it's pretty concentrated, a little goes a long way.
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Originally Posted by nun View Post
OK I'll bite, this is my list for 3 season touring everywhere except places like Tibet. For winter touring I'd add a down jacket and maybe go to a double walled tent and a mummy sleeping bag

CAMPING
Tent, Contrail, with Tyvek groundsheet
Summer down Sleeping Bag
Big Agness insulated Sleeping Pad
Trangia alcohol stove, pot, cup, windscreen, scrubber, lid/frypan, handle
16 oz Denatured Alcohol
Ti Spork
BIC Lighter
50' Cord

CLOTHES CARRIED
Touring Shorts
Convertible Long Pants
Wool Long Underwear
Padded cycling Underwear
Wool Short Sleeve T-Shirt
Long Sleeve "Adventure" Shirt
Microporous rain jacket
2 x Socks
Flip Flops
Gloves
Marmot Driclime Windshirt
Beanie hat

TOILETRIES
Razors
Lip balm
Sunscreen
Microfiber Towel
Shampoo
Toothpaste and Brush
DEET
Dental Floss
Toilet Paper

BIKE STUFF
Bike Cable Lock
Multitool
Leatherman, Juice
2 x Kevlar Spokes
Chain Lube
2 x inner tubes
Pump
2 x Patch Kits
Tire boots
2x Powerlink
Brake cable
Gear cable
Brake Pads
Misc Nuts and Bolts
4x AA batteries
Plastic Bags
Duct tape
Superglue
zip ties

MISC
Wallet
Map
folding umbrella
notebook and pen
First Aid Kit
Sewing kit
small FM radio
Cell phone/camera and charger
(eeePC and/or iphone since picture taken)

CLOTHERS WORN, NOT INCLUDED IN WEIGHT
Padded Underpants
Long Sleeve T-Shirt
Cycling Knickers
Socks
Cycling Shoes
Helmet or cap
Bandana

BAGS
Carradice saddlebag, handle bar bag and 2x silnylon compression sacks

2xLitres water, honey, dehydrated soup, couscous, jerky, stock cubes, energy bars

Nun I saw how your loaded touring rig looks, and I am quite amazed. Perhaps instead of panniers I will look into a saddle bag.
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Originally Posted by madscot13 View Post
Nun I saw how your loaded touring rig looks, and I am quite amazed. Perhaps instead of panniers I will look into a saddle bag.
I went with the saddlebag and handlebar bag combo after seeing Henry Kingman's set up

http://milly.org/rambouillet/

The limited volume forced me to think carefully about my gear and helped me to keep the weight down too. Since I took the photos I've bought a Carradice junior saddlebag that works very well as a handlebar bag and gives me a bit more room than the zipped roll.

You'll need a big saddlebag, mine is a Nelson Long flap 18L capacity
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I've always found this list a great place to start:

http://www.adventurecycling.org/features/packing.cfm
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great pic's nun looks like the weather was a bit on the wet side .
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Why would you not bring deodorant? It is not very big nor does it weigh a lot. Plus your clothes would not smell as bad after being worn for several days if you had deodorant.
I explained why. I know, it's one of those things where something I do makes no sense to someone else, and what you do might seem ridiculous to me.

In my defense, I know that all the little ounces add up, and if you can cut out an ounce here and an ounce there, pretty soon you've got a pound you don't have to pedal up hills. I've heard of people cutting off the handle of their toothbrush to save a gram. I've brought deodorant before, then thought, "why?"
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Originally Posted by Camel View Post
Give Dr Bronners liquid castile soaps a try, if you haven't allready. Great stuff!! A little goes a long way. I buy the big bottle for home use, and pour off small portions for trips. Works very well and is economical.

-Can be found at REI, Whole Foods, Wallgreens and likely others. Cheapest place I've seen the big bottle was REI, maybe 3 or 4 bucks less than Wallgreens (at the time).
I know, I've used Dr. Bronner's before. It's worth buying just to read the label, and I like smelling like a candy cane. I don't know, I guess I've just been in a CampSuds rut. That's it! I'm breaking out! Dr. Bronner's for my next tour! Woo-hoo!
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Originally Posted by antokelly View Post
great pic's nun looks like the weather was a bit on the wet side .
The pics are not mine, they are of, and by, Henry Kingman, they are part of the inspiration for my touring setup.
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Thank you to everyone who posted to this thread. It is very helpful.

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