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Fly Creek HV UL1 Bikepack

Three season, free standing, ultralight bikepacking tents

Three season, free standing, ultralight bikepacking tents

From our award-winning, best-selling line of Fly Creek HV UL tents comes a bikepacking tent designed for on and off-road, two-wheeled travel. The pole segments have been shortened for optimal handlebar, pannier, and saddlebag storage. The burly compression stuff sack with a daisy chain makes storing these tents anywhere, a cinch. Enjoy the comforts of extras like an oversized storage pocket, webbing for dry helmet storage, and all the other features that make Fly Creek HV UL tents the bomb.
$359.95
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$359.95

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Specs + Sizing

Trail Weight1 lb 14oz / 850g
Packed Weight2 lbs 6oz / 1.08kg
Fast Fly Weight1 lb 7oz / 652g
Packed Size5" x 12" / 13 x 30cm
Floor Area19sq ft / 1.77 m²
Vestibule Area 5sq ft / 0.5m²
Footprint Weight5oz / 142g
Number of Seasons3
Number of Doors1
Intended UseBikepacking

Features

Singletrack, two-track, and roadie riders rejoice! Our Fly Creek Bikepack tents are perfectly equipped for all two-wheeled, overnight adventures.

12" Shortstik Poleset is ideal for packing onto handlebars, panniers and saddlebags, or just saving space in any pack

Don’t hesitate to get dirty. This burly compression stuff sack is designed to withstand all the rigors of trail travel.

Compression stuff sack with daisy-chain webbing system for multiple bike-frame attachment configurations

DAC Angle SF Hub allows for high-volume pole architecture resulting in steeper walls

High-volume architecture increases the usable interior space without increasing weight

Dry-entry door design keeps the interior of your tent dry as you enter and exit

Vertical door construction adds more usable volume to the vestibule

Single door and vestibule featuring storm flaps on vestibule zipper 

Structured foot-end corners create more usable space between your feet and tent wall 

Daisy-chain webbing loops on the fly's exterior for drying wet clothes and gear 

3-D shelf is ideal for stashing oversized gear, utilizing dead space above your feet

Elastic webbing securely stores your helmet on top of tent body 

Oversized ceiling pocket provides great storage space

Media pockets located above sleeping area enable clean earbud-cord routing from phones or other devices

Extended footprint creates a vestibule floor for dry, dirt-free changing and gear storage

Velcro tabs connect fly to pole structure providing perfect pitch and extra stability

Color-coded webbing and buckles make set up easy

Ready to pitch; with pre-cut guylines and tensioners attached to fly

Reflective guylines and reflective webbing

Easy-grip zipper pulls

To extend the life of your tent floor we recommend using a Big Agnes footprint - sold separately

Multiple interior loops for use with gear lofts or for attaching other accessories

Construction + Materials

Fly and floor are silicone treated nylon ripstop

Fly and floor have 1200mm waterproof polyurethane coating

Tent body is nylon breathable and polyester mesh

All seams taped with waterproof, solvent-free polyurethane tape (No PVC or VOC's)

DAC NSL pole system with Angle SF Hubs 

Ultralight plastic clips attach tent body to pole frame 

Hub pole design

2 interior mesh pockets, 1 oversized mesh pocket with two cord routing portals & 8 DAC superlight aluminum J stakes 

Gear loft loops included

Footprint - sold separately

Fast Fly setup available

Fits Triangle gear loft - sold separately 

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What’s in a Name?

Fly Creek’s water drains off of Battle Mountain in southern Wyoming and flows into the Little Snake River near its headwaters in Routt County. The water then dances along the border between Colorado and Wyoming, hopping from one state to the other, across counties and through canyons, before dropping south into the mighty Yampa River to run through Dinosaur National Monument and beyond.