Bikepacking - an alternative way of touring...

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Re: Bikepacking - an alternative way of touring...

Postby RonK » Sat Sep 01, 2018 8:27 am

Spotted a new no-cook, no-rehydration food option on the bushwalking forum.

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Re: Bikepacking - an alternative way of touring...

Postby }SkOrPn--7 » Sat Sep 01, 2018 4:25 pm

RonK wrote:Spotted a new no-cook, no-rehydration food option on the bushwalking forum.

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Thanks Ron that looks alright has been many times on the bike that cooking due to fire bans is out the window or I just want something simple and easy. The other great thing about that is when your light on water you have a meal at hand that doesn't require washing up. Great find thanks the price's are ok too and no expiry date awesome.

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Re: Bikepacking - an alternative way of touring...

Postby Warin » Sat Sep 01, 2018 4:55 pm

}SkOrPn--7 wrote:
RonK wrote:Spotted a new no-cook, no-rehydration food option on the bushwalking forum.

Great find thanks the price's are ok too
Ricky

Beaware that postage is not included.
I looked at buying one ..the postage cost was $7.

If your local to one of the shops that stock them .. fine. If you want it delivered .. check the postage cost, to do that you need to go through the order process.

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Re: Bikepacking - an alternative way of touring...

Postby }SkOrPn--7 » Sat Sep 01, 2018 6:20 pm

Warin wrote:
}SkOrPn--7 wrote:
RonK wrote:Spotted a new no-cook, no-rehydration food option on the bushwalking forum.

Great find thanks the price's are ok too
Ricky

Beaware that postage is not included.
I looked at buying one ..the postage cost was $7.

If your local to one of the shops that stock them .. fine. If you want it delivered .. check the postage cost, to do that you need to go through the order process.


Ah thanks Warin might do a dry run and see what a selection of say a dozen is for postage didn't think to test that I was so excited by the meals and price and over looked the big one. Still will see who stocks this as well.

Ricky

Edit - Ok it said up to $200.00 shipping $12.00 and with 12 items in the cart I could have added 14 items in the cart to only pay $12.00. Don't know how much it would be if I broke the $200.00 in product costs did not test that.

Ok found out I tested it free shipping over $200.00 spend.

Ricky

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Re: Bikepacking - an alternative way of touring...

Postby RonK » Sat Sep 01, 2018 6:54 pm

Good to know. Thanks Ricky. I think that is cheaper than Strive shipping. No trips planned ATM but will buy a few to try at some time.
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