What you will need:
- Apidura Revive patch / Gear Aid tape / repair tape
What you should do:
- Clean: Clean the affected area to remove any dirt
- Dry: Dry the affected area
- Reseal: Reseal the hole by applying repair tape or a patch
Our packs are built to be used and to last. They have travelled the world, supported riders through ultra-distance races, cross-country tours and rides to the shops alike. Some packs with particularly long and tough lives can show the scars, so we have created the following guides to help you care for your packs.
If you require spare parts or have further questions, please email [email protected].
Fix weld issue if pack has been compromised by overpacking.
How to shorten the hose on our hydration bladders.
Reattach the velcro to the strap if they have come apart.
Fix the zip on your Top Tube Pack.
Shorten web straps that are too long for your frame.
Shorten Hypalon straps that are too long for your frame.
Avoid damaging your saddle pack by rotating your seat post collar.
Re-attach the bungee cord stopper if it has come off.
Patch holes in your packs.
Equip yourself with the right tools and knowledge for repairing your bike, your bikepacking gear and yourself on tour. Our Ultimate Roadside Repair Guide for Bikepackers will help get you back on the road when things don’t go to plan.