Bikepacking is backpacking with a bike - cover greater distances than hiking, explore roads and nature around you on mixed terrain and multi-days expeditions.
A moutain bike or gravel bike will make it easy to ride in rugger terrain or on the road. Chose it wisely based on weight, shape, comfort, speed, and ability to easily replace/repair parts if stranded...See on cinelli.it
5 to 15L bag to store bulky, lightweight items, like a sleeping bag and puffy coat. Make sure it has water resistance. Secure the bag properly, put heavy items closer to the seat.See on www.revelatedesigns.com
5 to 15 L to store your "off-the-bike" stuff for example.See on www.ortlieb.com
Already have a bag for your tent and just need to strap it to your handlebar? A harness is what you need, it will protect your cables while unsuring your bag stay attached at all time.See on rockgeist.com
on top of your handlebar pack, use this additional storage compartment for small but important stuff like your snacks, smartphone, rain slicker...See on www.ortlieb.com
Different formats exist based the dimensions your need and if you want to keep your water bottles or not. Here is a Mini frame pack, to leave space for two water bottles below.See on www.ortlieb.com
Need more storage on the top of your frame tube? Use a Top tube pack for quick access to your stored equipment.See on www.vaude.com
Try to use a lightweight pack that’s 20-liters or smaller to maintain comfort while riding, if you really do need a backpack. This can store a water pouch (hydration reservoir), your sleeping back or a lightweight tent.
If you're a couple (or just friends) sleeping in a 2-place tent is a good option. Here's one of the best-in-class 3 season tent from Big Agnes.See on www.bigagnes.com
Additional protection against wind, rain and sunlight, that can be placed above your tent or hammock. Lots of models are available. If you're looking for the lightest and most technical, Big Agnes has you covered.See on www.bigagnes.com
Fancy a single-person lightweight minimalist weather protection for your sleeping bag, as an alternative to a tent or tarp? A bivy is your solution. Here's a selectionSee on www.rei.com
A lightweight trouser can be great for sleeping and resting at camp.