Wednesday, June 24, 2015

The Bug Out Bike-Nashbar Single Speed 29er Mountain Bike


The solution for the bug out bike has been delivered.  The unopened box sits waiting to be born into my gear.  The Nashbar Single-Speed 29er Mountain Bike - MEDIUM is a perfect fit for survival situations due to its simplicity, adaptability, and affordability.

The single speed is all about simplicity.  The bug out bike will take the headache out of bike gear maintenance.  Don’t let the racket of a derailleur compromise your stealth.  This single speed does not have shifters or any derailleur.

The mountain bike is also built for adaptability.  The aluminum frame provides an efficient strength to weight ratio for additional durability. The oversized 29er tires provide exceptional mobility over obstacles on and off road. 

Nashbar delivers affordability for the bug out bike.  Finding a quality single speed mountain bike is like looking for supplies after a devastating event.  Usually, all the inexpensive options are heavy and the quality options are overpriced or unavailable.  Nashbar delivers a lightweight single speed at an affordable price tag usually around $400.

Go for the gear that will have you counting down the days to a survival situation like it was Christmas.  Go for simplicity.  Go for adaptability.  Go for affordability.  Go for the Nashbar Single-Speed 29er Mountain bike.

Riding above the water line.

Riverwalker

5 comments:

Anonymous said...

Thanks for the post - Bikes are going to become much more important if / when The Grid goes kaput for long periods of time. Having simple transportation will be a major asset.

Looking at the 3 wheel industrial 'cargo bicycles' from Workmans, the one with folding feature looks particularly interesting. These are for offroad use, but on paved surfaces, their extra carrying capacity would be appreciated.

Thanks again - glad to see your post.

riverwalker said...

To Anon 12:42....Thanks for the comment...checked out the Workmans...nice storage on the tricycle...I would simply use my backpack on the two wheeler.

RW

Anonymous said...

Good to see you back posting again.
We are currently looking for Three wheel bikes, with our chronic physical limitations, this is what would be easiest for us.
Selene

Brandon Mysliwiec said...

I have been in need of a long term survival shelter tent for a long time and someone shared it on facebook, usually these dome type structures are 5 to 10 grand before acccessories or add ons so picking up the dome for 2500 bucks was amazing. I get the dome in 1 week, which is way faster then I was quoted from the wall tent shop so I am stoked. Now I just gotta get some funds to get a wood burning stove put in. lol

Have any of you had a dome tent before? Whats your thoughts? Anyone have pictures or ideas on how to live in one? (The picture below is just he one from their website) I think I will be getting a second one for a Green House Dome

[IMG]http://www.vitaldomes.com/img/dome/panorama.jpg[/IMG]

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