This case was designed to be as elegant and functional as the Opinel itself. On my long bike tours I don't bring a lot of stuff, but I do always bring my Opinel. In fact, that's why I designed this case in the first place. When cycling, I don't bring a stove, mostly eating picnic style, so I need quick access to my Opinel knife regularly. Now, it's always on my belt when I cycle.
Although it's pretty straightforward, I wanted to put together some tips and tricks that I've used myself. If you've got other hacks, feel free to leave them in the comments below.
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Bike touring is different than other types of travelling in that you don't really know how far you're going to get every day. This can make planning accommodations difficult and stressful, but it doesn't need to be.
In this post, I share some of the techniques I use to find accommodation on the fly so you can enjoy the ride and not stress about where to rest your head that night.
Stay tuned for more free-cycling adventures & inventions.