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Bontrager Speed Concept Draft Box II
$79.99
Bontrager's Speed Concept Draft Box II is perfect for hauling gear or food on your Speed Concept TT bike. With integrated aerodynamics and a secure fit, it's a must-have for triathletes. Proven in the wind tunnel to create zero additional drag, the Draft Box's quick release mount lets you remove it with ease.
Blackburn Outpost Frame Bag
$89.99 - $100.00
Blackburn's Outpost Frame Bag is full of features for a week-long adventure or an all-day pleasure ride. An expandable bottom compartment accommodates more mission-critical gear. Blackburn carefully considers what is put in each of their bags, and they tailor the compartments, pockets, and other features to make sure there is a perfect place for everything. - Water bladder hydration port - Straps can mount in multiple locations for a secure fit - Several mesh and slip pockets, as well as a main compartment baffle - Weight: 360g/0.79lbs
Apidura Expedition Top Tube Pack
$99.00
A useful standalone bag for daily riding or as part of a larger bikepacking setup, the Expedition Top Tube Pack is a lightweight, secure storage space that’s ideal for stashing frequently used items on the road. Available in 0.5L and 1L volumes, the smaller top tube bag is suited for storing bars and snacks, while the larger version can also accommodate smartphones and battery packs. It fastens securely to the top tube, opening and closing via an easy access one-finger zipper puller. Adjustable attachment points ensure that the bag is versatile enough for a range of different frames. The top tube bag is equipped with an innovative waterproof slider. While it looks like a normal zip, it’s better — it’s fully waterproof. However, it does need a little more care than a regular zipper, as excess strain can cause the rails to detach from the sliding mechanism. In particular, it’s important to not over-pack your top tube bag. Features - Waterproof slider and welded seams ensure contents stay dry - One-finger zipper puller ensures convenient and easy access on the go - Protected battery cable port - Lightweight waterproof laminate, developed specifically for Apidura - Reflective exterior graphics for increased visibility Materials - The Expedition Top Tube Pack is cut from a three-layer laminate fabric that was developed specifically for Apidura. The material is lightweight, and is highly resistant to tears and abrasion. Notably, it’s welded together at the seams, creating a watertight seal that ensures the top tube bag remains completely waterproofing. Care - Wash the top tube bag by hand, using a mild diluted soap if necessary. Afterwards, let it air dry. - Do not machine wash, machine dry, or iron. - Excess strain can cause the rails to detach from the sliding mechanism. Do not over-pack.
Apidura Expedition Frame Pack
$160.99 - $164.99
The Expedition Frame Pack is designed for storing items within the main triangle, creating a lower center of gravity and enabling more natural bike handling. The frame bag securely fastens to the top tube with Velcro straps, and is useful for storing heavier items as part of a larger bikepacking setup. The result is an even, balanced load, making longer tours and multi-day trips more comfortable. The frame bag is equally useful when used on its own for storing essentials on a daily commute. It’s constructed from a lightweight fabric, custom milled to Apidura’s specifications and welded together at the seams to create a watertight seal. Zippers with protected closures ensure that kit stays dry, even in a sustained downpour. A battery lead/hydration hose port is handy for charging devices or staying hydrated on the road. Features - Two versions to suit both tall and compact head tubes - Interior storage pocket for organization - Lightweight waterproof laminate, developed specifically for Apidura - Carbon-friendly adjustable strap positioning - Protected battery/hydration hose port - Reflective graphics for increased visibility Materials - The frame bag is cut from a three-layer laminate fabric that was developed specifically for Apidura. The material is lightweight, and is highly resistant to tears and abrasion. Notably, it’s welded together at the seams, creating a watertight seal that ensures complete waterproofing. Care - Hand wash, using a mild diluted soap if necessary. Afterwards, let the Frame bag air dry. - Do not machine wash, machine dry, or iron.
Apidura Racing Frame Pack
$165.00 - $175.00
Designed for the needs of ultra-distance cycling competition and audax, the Racing Frame Pack utilizes the area inside a bike’s main triangle, creating a lower center of gravity and enabling more neutral handling. This makes it useful for storing heavier, bulkier items, as well as items that need to be accessed on the go. The waterproof frame bag is constructed from a lightweight laminate created specifically for Apidura, and has been shaped to provide a universal fit, for use with any frame. The three Velcro straps are lightweight, easy to use, and can be set in multiple positions to ensure compatibility when used alongside a top tube bag. An integrated support structure adds stiffness and allows the frame bag to be exceptionally minimal and lightweight, and a flexible pocket divider securely holds contents in place. For added convenience, a protected cable port enables charging of devices on the go. Features - Universal fit across most frame sizes and styles - Overall low weight less than 205g - Constructed from an ultralight waterproof laminate, developed specifically for Apidura - High-contrast reflective graphics for increased visibility - Protected electronics port - Integrated thermoset material adds stiffness and strength Materials - The frame bag is made from Hexalon, a bespoke laminated fabric developed specifically for Apidura. Designed to fit the demands of ultra-distance cycling competition, the material is waterproof and lightweight, with strong tear and abrasion resistance. - An integrated thermoset structure is fully bonded to the inside of the bag, adding stiffness and allowing the bagto be minimal and lightweight. Care - Wash the Racing Frame Pack by hand, using a mild diluted soap if necessary. Afterwards, let it air dry. - Do not machine wash, machine dry, or iron.
Blackburn Outpost Elite Frame Bag
$194.99
Carrying dense cargo in the unused front triangle of your bicycle lowers your center of gravity and makes your bicycle more stable. If it's food, water, or tech equipment, the Blackburn Outpost Elite Frame Bag is designed to be your new go-to bikepacking bag. With waterproof, lightweight materials and welded seams, the new Outpost Elite Frame Bags are optimized to carry more mission critical gear. Featuring (re)moveable Hypalon straps that protect your frame, the Elite Frame Bag comes in four sizes to fit a wide variety of bicycle sizes and styles. Blackburn carefully considers what is put in each of their bags and tailor the compartments, pockets, and other features to make sure there is a perfect place for everything. - Water bladder hydration port (*Hose and bladder not included) - Straps can mount in multiple locations for a secure fit - Several mesh and slip pockets, as well as a main compartment baffle
Ortlieb Frame Pack Large
$200.00
Ortlieb's Frame-Pack for Bike-Packing is the right gear for your next adventure. The Frame-Pack is designed to transport heavy gear in a central position, close to your bicycle frame. The waterproof zipper and the sturdy nylon fabric keep your gear 100% dry in any severe weather condition. An outer pocket allows quick access to smaller items like for energy bars. Strong and sturdy Velcros ensure tight and secure attachment inside the triangular of the bike frame. The Velcros are individually adjustable along the bag's circumference for perfect fit to any frame geometry. - Can be mounted to carbon frames - Maximum load 3 kg - Internal Velcro strap reduces bulging - Suitable for heavy gear such as tools, food etc. - Central positioning with low center of gravity for ideal weight distribution
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