Handlebar Bag

The water-resistant Post Handlebar Bag. Carry more on your ride and get inspired to push further.

Regular price $50.00

Magnetic front flap

The flap's key role is to provide access inside the bag without needing to close the zipper after you reach inside. The flap snaps back into place with magnets and prevents contents from coming out. The main compartment opening is positioned to give you access inside even with an out-front computer while its waterproof zipper only needs to be closed under extreme conditions.

Secure mounting system

The key to the Handlebar Bag’s stable attachment on the bike are its two grippy handlebar straps. Secured by loops and velcro, the straps wrap tightly around most handlebar round or aero cross-sections and don’t come loose. Combined with the drawstring on the back of the bag wrapped around the frame’s headtube, the Handlebar Bag stays rock-solid over even the harshest terrain.

Structured and sag-free fit

Put anything inside! On smaller frames with limited space between the front tire and handlebar, the Handlebar Bag fits well thanks to a semi-rigid structure formed by a lightweight plastic shell inside the bag. This prevents sagging and rubbing on the front tire which is a common problem on other bags.

Unlimited Versatility

Mounting points around the bag allow you to pin your gran fondo or gravel race number to it while still keeping access to the main zipper. Reflective graphics offer another layer of visibility in the dark. What adventures will you go on with the Handlebar Bag?

Dimensions 22.0 x 12.5cm
8.7 x 4.9”
Capacity 2.5L
Weight 285g
Exterior Fabric 630D Durable Water Repellent Nylon w/ Waterproof 2x PU Coating
100% Recycled Polyester Airmesh Pockets
Interior Fabric 420D Polyester
Other Details - Waterproof main zipper
- Water-resistant sewn construction
- Reinforced hook & loop bar straps
- Mounting points for race numbers
- Stash side pockets for food & devices
- Stabilizing Drawstring
- Reflective graphics

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