Restrap Handlebar Bag (Black) - BUMSONTHESADDLE
Restrap Handlebar Bag (Black) - BUMSONTHESADDLE
Restrap Handlebar Bag (Black) - BUMSONTHESADDLE
Restrap Handlebar Bag (Black) - BUMSONTHESADDLE
Restrap Handlebar Bag (Black) - BUMSONTHESADDLE
Restrap Handlebar Bag (Black) - BUMSONTHESADDLE

Restrap Handlebar Bag (Black)

RS/BB1/STD/BLK_S

Regular price Rs. 12,775 Sale priceRs. 10,220
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🚚 Delivery Estimated between 26 July and 31 July.


Description

Our #carryeverything rackless bar bag connects securely to your handlebars for bike packing, touring, or commuting. With no mounts or screws, the bag attaches in seconds to any bike. The holster fits up to a 14-liter dry bag and is secured with a hard-wearing buckle that’s easy to adjust, even whilst wearing gloves.

The bag is a Hardcase for easy loading and made from textured nylon and with nylon webbing for extra strength. Your stuff is held securely, even at speed. Contains a magnetic pin system for an add-on food pouch that holds up to 3 Litres.

Hand made in our Yorkshire workshop, all bags are finished with the classic Restrap label, made from vegan-friendly PU

Features
  • Weight - 550g without food pouch, 656g with pouch
  • Capacity - 14L + 3L food pouch

(Drybag and food pouch included)

Specification
Recommended use Commuting
Material Nylon
Waterproof  -
Weight 656gms
Volume 14L+3L

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Customer Reviews

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Insecure and Unwieldy

I've done two tours with this handlebar bag totalling c. 2500km, and I regret the purchase. The harness system is not as stable or secure as it seems, no matter what or how I pack the drybag. The straps loosen during the ride, especially when there are bumps (and bumps are a reality on Indian roads), and the dry bag sags and rubs against the tires. Holes had developed in the drybag within ten kilometers of my first tour with this drybag. I ended up using extra straps to secure the bag to the handlebar, but if I am going to do the jugaad solution, I might as well buy a basic drybag and some straps for a fraction of what this system costs. The only thing I do like is the pouch that clips on to the harness, but even that isn't really worth it.

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