We are so grateful for all bikepacking has given us in 2023 – connecting us to one another, to wild places, and to our priorities.
As thanks, we are so excited to give our supporters a chance to win an awesome new bikepacking rig from Priority Bicycles!

Bikepacking Roots is the only national 501c3 non-profit specifically dedicated to supporting and advancing the sport of bikepacking, growing a diverse bikepacking community, advocating for access to and protection of public lands, and creating and maintaining high-quality routes.

Our focus this year is all about community building and geographic expansion. Your contribution will help Bikepacking Roots:

  • Grow our Community Routes Project to showcase a diverse collection of routes from more regions of the country, routes accessible to riders of different experience levels, and routes that more folks can fit into their lifestyles.
  • Expand our Regional Stewards Program to build a network of bikepacking leaders around the country to support local community building at a grassroots level.
  • Develop new educational initiatives like our upcoming Bikepacker’s Guide webinar series.
  • Broaden our capacity to engage in advocacy to support bikepackers and protect the places we ride.
  • And so much more!

Join us as we foster an inclusive bikepacking community, one adventure at a time.

More info on the Priority 600X Adventure Bike

Designed in partnership with professional adventurer Ryan Van Duzer and built for off-road adventure, the 600x has been tested on the Great Divide Trail, the Baja Divide, the Adirondack Trail, across the PNW, and across Europe and Asia.

For every $25 you donate between now and November 28th, 2023, you get 1 entry into our awesome prize giveaway! 

As an added bonus, we have some awesome Bikepacking Roots merch available as thank you gifts!

Our Business Partners

Bikepacking Roots thanks all of our current business partners who believe in our mission, have a desire to support the bikepacking community, and have helped our small but growing organization accomplish so much. Please consider supporting these companies, and if you see any of the good folks from these companies out on the trail, please share your appreciation for what they do to support our community.