Glenn Charles


Photographer/Videographer specializing in Life Style, Travel, and Aerial Imagery.  FAA 107 Certified for sUAS flight operations throughout the US.  Fully insured.  Videography work is limited to Aerial productions.

Based in Maine (May-December) and SWFL (Jan - April). Available for travel year round.

14 Days of Winter Bikepacking - Kit Layout

14 days of winter bikepacking

Temps: 5–45

Duration: 14 days

Weather: rain, sleet, snow, sun, wind

Environment: mostly road, 3 days of beach, and some trail work, lots of snow and ice

Food availability: often with exception of last day.

Grocery and mostly mini mart or gas station

Fuel Availability: surprisingly difficult. Alaskans like those big green propane bottles

Handlebar bag

  • SB

  • NEO X

  • Bivy

  • Rain pants

  • Sil ground

  • Spare clothes (Spare sock liners, RBH socks, Fish net shirt, wool knickers)

  • ArcT - home made bar bag (DSLR w/ 1 lens, Sony NEX, Misc camera bits, filters,wipes, mem cards, Bars (Lara, Protein, Payday), Rain jkt, Delorme InReach, Headlamp)

Frame Bag

  • Stove kit MSR Universal

  • Pot Ti 1400

  • Headlamp

  • Multi tool

  • Oil

  • Map case

  • First aid

  • Maps

  • Knife

Top tube - rear

  • Tool kit

  • Pump

Top tube front

  • Sun glasses

  • Spare lens

  • Lip stuff

  • Booster rocket

  • 3 days dinner (Korr side, Mash potatoes, Salmon or tuna pack, Condiments, Coffee and tea)

  • 2 lenses

  • Small snack bag, nuts and berries

  • Down shirt

  • Nano puff

  • Small electronic ditty


  • Tent

  • Stakes

  • Pole

  • Nalgene bottles on each side in OR insulators

Down Tube

  • Large fuel

Backpack (UL sil)

  • Ipad mini

  • Cables

  • Two goal zero battery packs

  • Dried fruit and nuts

  • Sometimes Nano Puff in changing conditions

On me

  • Reed socks

  • Sock liners

  • Wolves

  • Gore knickers

  • Craft (below 25)

  • Patagonia Houdini

  • Vest

  • Patagonia cap 4

  • Wool buff

  • Reed beanie

  • Phone

  • IPhone - nav and journaling