Mounts 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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I'm trying to put together a light weight but comfortable bivi bag that will mount to the handlebars. Weather conditions. Colorado Spring to Fall (evening temps 35-45F), rain every day.
So far the items I've selected are:
[B]MLD "Dog Tarp"[/B] 1.35 sylnylon 5'x5' 4.9 oz.
This gives me just ... Read More »
Sharing this here as I thought there might be some interest in this new handlebar bag from [url=http://www.ortlieb.com]Ortlieb[/url]. Not much information on it as yet and I haven' ... Read More »
Just figured I would share my little nugget of duuuhhh.
I haven't actually been bikepacking yet, but I've been testing my setup on the local trails. Up until now, I just threw my sleeping stuff in the handlebar bag, and everything else in the saddle bag. The bike has never felt "right", and it f ... Read More »
I've got a Revelate Designs "Sling" for the front of the bike. The sling is essentially a little guard to prevent your brakes/bar rubbing on your bag and a set of straps to mount your bag. It doesn't have any "structure" to it.
I'm using a REI compression dry sack ([url=http://www.rei.com/produc ... Read More »
Can anyone recommend a handlebar bag.
This is where I would carry my tools, patch kit, tubes, wallet, cell phone, snacks, etc...
The zipper on my old cheap one blew out this week, and I'm looking for a quality bag to hold my junk.
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