Gear Review: My Camping Stove Options (Video)

Gear Review: My Camping Stove Options

One of the things I make sure to have on my bike tours is a reliable camping stove. You just never know where you’ll end up on some of these bike tours when restaurants are not available. That is why carrying a stove is essential if you are planning to be self-sufficient and be able to cook or simply boil water for a hot beverage. I decided to make a video to explain all that I could about 2 different cooking systems that I bring with me on bike tours.

The Video


Here are some videos about making your own alcohol stove:

Here is a link to buy your own Trangia Spirit Burner & Screw Cap Stove (Affiliate Link)

Here is a link to buy your own Jetboil Cooking System (Affiliate Link).

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About Johnny Lam

Johnny is an avid cyclist who enjoys bicycle touring as well as anything bicycle related. Johnny has traveled the entire Pacific Coast by bike from Vancouver to the border of California and Mexico. He's also toured through-out locations in Southern California. Johnny is also a League of American Bicyclists League Certified Instructor (LCI) and also completed the Adventure Cycling Association's Leadership Training Course (LTC). He is an active member in Los Angeles bicycling community being involved in organizations like the Los Angeles County Bicycling Coalition (LACBC), C.I.C.L.E. (Cyclists Inciting Change through Live Exchange), and Bike San Gabriel Valley (Bike SGV) by taking part in ride marshaling, pedestrian & bike counts, and other volunteering opportunities.