Frame and fork: Surly Long Haul Trucker, 56 cm - Cheaper than a classic Reynolds tubeset, I just hope it doesn't break (though it can (and has) easily be welded should the worst happen).
Headset: Chris King NoThreadSet - Expensive but (arguably) the best.
Stem(s): Thorn and Cannondale - Double stem setup with cut-down bars seen online - keeps bar bag out of the way.
Bars: Nitto Noodle
Brake Levers: Cane Creek SCR-5
Wheels - Rims: DT Swiss TK 7.1, Spokes: DT Swiss Alpine III, Front Hub: Schmidt SON Dynamo, Rear Hub: Shimano XT - Handbuilt by me (fingers crossed).
Tyres: Schwalbe Marathon Plus 700x35c - Industry standard, no punctures after 800 miles or so.
Shifters: Shimano Dura Ace Down Tube - To avoid the risk of terminally broken STIs.
Groupset: Shimano XT front derailleur, rear derailleur, chainset (22/32/44), chain, cassette (11-34) - Solid.
Seatpost: Thomson Elite Layback - More expensive-but-quality.
Saddle: Brooks B-17 Special - SO comfy.
Brakes: Avid Shorty with Kool Stop pads
Mudguards: SKS Chromoplastics
Lights: Schmidt Edelux front, Busch and Muller 4D Toplight rear - Light sensing, no batteries.
Pedals: Shimano PD-A530
Bottle Cages: Topeak Modula
Racks: Tubus Tara front and Logo rear - Worldwide warranty, standard choice.
Trip Computer: Vetta VL110A HD
Pump: Lezyne Pressure Drive
Bar Tape: Brooks Leather
Luggage: Ortlieb Front Roller Classic, Ortlieb Sport Packer Plus, Ortlieb Rack Pack, Ortlieb Ulimate 5 Classic Bar Bag
Kryptonite Cable Lock and Mini D Lock
Topeak Alien III Multi Tool (+ loose allen keys 4 + 5), Puncture Repair Kit, Tyre Levers x 2, Saddle Bag, 2 Inner tubes, Tyre Boots, spare Schwalbe Extreme Tyres, Emergency WMFG Rear Mech Hanger, Quicklink, spare Kool Stop Brake Pads, NBT2 Cassette Removal Tool, Wet Lube, spare brake and gear cables, spare chain, spare cleats, screw spares, spare dynamo wire.
Hilleberg Nallo 2 GT Tent with Footprint - Pure quality, plenty of space.
Exped Downmat 7 Pump - Almost as comfy as my bed.
Exped Woodpecker WB Sleeping Bag and Cocoon silk liner - Super warm (down to -27, probably too warm!) and waterproof, so it's bivvy-ready.
Hennessy Ultralight Backpacker A-Sym Hammock (if I have space)
Lifeventure Mosquito Net
Primus OmniFuel Stove - Swedish, like the tent, and pure quality again.
Primus EtaPower 1L Pot - ditto.
Primus Litech Frying Pan - ditto.
Fire stick, waterproof matches, lighter
Fallkniven F1 Knife - Another Swedish brand and a very nicely crafted survival tool.
Light My Fire Food Set and Spork
Ortlieb Folding Bowl - For washing-up and washing in.
Primus Thermos - Coffee on the bike : )
Recipes - Thanks here to my wonderful Mum. I'd be going very hungry without her help.
Katadyn Water Filter (space pending) - For gunky water, hopefully unnecessary.
SteriPen Purifier - As long as the water is clear, this makes it safe.
MSR 6L Dromedary Water Bag
Bottles - 2 x 1L SiS, 1 x 1L Nalgene and 2 x Camelbak Podium - I can carry a total of 10 litres of water once it gets a bit warmer and drier.
Northwave Mission bike shoes, Birkenstocks
Merino socks, 2 pairs Endura, 1 pair DeFeet Woolie Boolie, 1 pair Chocolate Fish possum, 1 pair Sealskinz
Endura Humvee 3/4 shorts, Endura Singletrack shorts
Howies Merino padded shorts, 1 pair Gore and 1 pair Pearl Izumi padded shorts
Endura eVent Venturi waterproof jacket and trousers
Howies Merino longsleeve baselayer x 2, shortsleeve x 2
Howies Yurt Merino jumper and midlayer - I'm a Merino fiend. Warm, cool, doesn't smell - way better than synthetics.
Endura Merino armwarmers and skull cap, Specialized knee and leg warmers
Endura Deluge gloves, Chocolate Fish Possum/Merino gloves, Northwave mitts
2 pairs Merino boxers
Chocolate Fish Merino longjohns
2 x Craghoppers shirts
Davitamon Lotto bike jersey
Exped waterproof bags
MSR towels - 1 x body, 1 x bike/tent, 1 x dishes
Biodegradable wash stuff
Star chart - to make sense of all the extra stars away from towns and cities.
DaKine Heli Pack - A day pack for days off the bike and extra carrying capacity for food.
Pac-Safe - Potential extra security, unsure of its necessity.
Arno and toe straps
Diary and notebook
Books - possibly the most important thing, along with music.
iPod - 80GB full, about 6 weeks' worth of stuff to listen to and watch.
SD card reader - Removes the need for cables.
Zipties, duct tape, electrical tape - To solve anything.
Nikon and Panasonic charger
Cameras - Nikon D80 DSLR for the best shots and a smaller Panasonic Lumix TS1 for video and handlebar mounted snapshots.
Solio solar charger - For phone and iPod
Small mirror and toiletries
First aid kit and sterile equipment
Needle and thread
Trowel - for digging poo holes!
Uno - A fairly language independent game, has passed many an evening.
Brooks Proofide and spanner
Vaseline and Carmex
Pens and pencils
Batteries (AA, AAA, CR123A)
Downmat repair kit
Malaria tablets - 1 year's supply
Survival card - knife, laser, fire starter, whistle, tweezers.
Dummy wallet - sure, have this (expired bank cards and library cards)!
iPod speaker, 2 pairs earphones
Normal wallet and ID