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BUL Grand Paradis VTT

BUL Grand Paradis VTT

One of our customers recently sent us his video of a bikepacking trip in the Grand Paradis region of France. Don't be put off by a picture of a man in his underpants, there's some very nice biking and alpine scenery!   Thanks to Pascal Gaudin for sending us the link.

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New Product: Tiger

We're pleased to announce that the newest addition to the Wildcat Gear range, the Tiger, is now available. See here.  

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The Tigers are Coming...

The Tigers are Coming...

Following sneak previews and other snippets of information on internet forums and twitter, we're pleased and excited to announce the impending launch of our seat system: The Tiger. The Tiger represents a different approach to the soft-pack system for the rear of the bike, attaching behind the saddle in the form of a harness into which you fit your own dry bag of a size that is suited to your trip. It features a unique and secure retention system that reduces movement to the extent that you hardly notice that it's there at all, even when fully loaded. It is light weight too at...

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TransAlp Bikepacking

From Germany to Italy off road across the Alps in six and a half days, via Austria and Switzerland - by a Yorkshire Man who lives in France. A short video from Gairy Mannion: TransAlp Bikepacking Trip (HD) from Gairy Mannion on Vimeo.   You can read more of Gairy's alpine exploits at his blog: http://gairy.co.uk/Well done Gairy - it's always a pleasure to see our gear put to good use.

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The Clouded Leopard

The Clouded Leopard

There are quite a few of our Leopards out in the wild now, but not so many Clouded Leopards. We thought it was time to throw the spotlight on them a little. While the Leopard is our main full triangle frame bag, the rarer Clouded Leopard appears in a smaller form to fit around frame features on full suspension bikes, or space retained for water bottles on hard-tail frames. So what are the advantages of a Clouded Leopard over a Leopard? A good question, and the answer will depend in part on your intended use, but here's a few suggestions...

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