Product DescriptionMounts to flat, riser and road handlebars. Releases with the click of a button. 100, 175, and 200 cubic inch sizes. 600 Denier water-resistant construction. Modular mounting system–can be mounted on seatpost with extra hardwear kit. Multiple pockets. Includes shoulder strap and handle. Model 200 has easy-view map holder.
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