Singletrack Magazine issue 113 : Kit Bag

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Bothy Bag Kit Bag is our chance to have a nosy inside the bags carried by riders from different branches of the mountain bike tree. Each bag has been refined over the years by its owner – adding bits when they’re needed, chucking stuff out that’s just adding weight and bulk until, hopefully, the rider ends up with the perfect combination of usefulness and portability for their particular needs. This issue we look at the minimal goods that all-round adventurer Tom Hill takes with him for a day out in the Scottish hills and an overnight in a bothy.  Words...

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