Expedition Handlebar Pack
£96.00 – £104.00
Materials & care
Ideal for carrying lightweight, compressible kit, the Expedition Handlebar Pack is a handy partner for long-distance road tours, weekend trips, or even a daily ride to work.
Eliminating the need for a bulky front rack, the Pack fastens to handlebars with a reinforced attachment system that adds stability while improving handling and preventing abrasion. Dual roll-top closure keeps the contents secure, while allowing flexible packing capacity. A hands-free air release vent makes compressing the Pack hassle-free, while welded seams ensure that contents stay dry in all conditions.
Available in two sizes: the 14L version is ideal for long haul touring, while the 9L is well suited for endurance road racing and randonneuring. While excellent as a standalone Pack, it’s possible to expand it with an Accessory Pack that provides a handy pocket for food and electronics.
The Expedition Handlebar 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 complete waterproofing.
The Handlebar Pack’s attachment points are reinforced with Hypalon, a rubberised nylon used to provide extra protection against friction and abrasion. For the straps, we’ve chosen Woojin buckles for their strength and reliability.
Wash by hand, using a mild diluted soap if necessary. Afterwards, let it air dry.
Do not machine wash, machine dry, or iron.
Lightweight waterproof laminate, developed specifically for Apidura
Hands-free air release valve for easy packing and compression
Double-ended roll-top closure for adjustable capacity
Bungee cord provides extra storage
Sturdy and secure three-point attachment system
Reflective graphics for increased visibility
Marc Maurer; Bikepacking Turkey and the Caucasus
Apidura Ambassador is slowly cycling around the world - in stages. This film follows his journey through Turkey and the Caucasus.