K2 Bike Handlebar bag Bike Bags

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Product Description

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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Ortlieb Ultimate 6 Pro Handlebar Bag

[img]http://i0.wp.com/aushiker.com/wp-content/uploads/2012/11/Ortlieb-Ultimate-6-Pro-back.jpg?resize=550%2C550[/img] 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 »

Handlebar map/bag

For a forthcoming cycling trip with my wife to France, (Loire a velo), I am looking for recommendation on Handlebar bag with map insert. I think that the bag need to be pretty small (shallow) and the map pocket should allow comfortable reading angle. Any other recommendations for this 6 days easy ... Read More »

Recommend me a handlebar bag...

...for a drop-bar bike...one that costs $60 or less, is sturdy and waterproof. If such a thing exists. It's for a customer, and I'm pretty sure it's for an older 10-spd style road bike. Too much cables sticking out everywhere are a problem getting other handlebar bags to work she says. If this h ... Read More »

Smallest Clip-On Handlebar Bag?

I'm looking for a small clip-on style handlebar bag for my wife's bike (a Trek Pilot 2.1 WSD). Preferably something quite small, just big enough for a cell phone, sunscreen, first aid items, patch kit, dog repellent, and perhaps a few other small items. The best option I've found so far is the T ... Read More »

handlebar camera bag suggestion

I haven't been able to find anything for my needs so I thought I'd inquire. I'm looking for a handlebar bag to carry a dslr, a couple of lenses plus a flash. I do not want a bag that requires hardware to mount to the bar. I'd prefer one that straps to the bars/headtube, has quick access to the ... Read More »

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