Racing Handlebar Pack (5L)
Materials & care
Designed with long distance competition in mind, the Racing Handlebar Pack uses the space beneath the handlebars to provide flexible storage and allow easy access to items on the go.
The Pack consists of a large storage chamber and two easy-access, removable side compartments. The large chamber can be used for bulkier items such as a bivy, while the side compartments provide space for water bottles, snacks or small electronics. The side compartments can be opened or closed with one hand, and fold over securely to protect from rain. The Pack also features a stretchy upper pocket, designed to hold a spot tracker securely in place.
The Pack is built from Hexalon, an ultralight laminate designed specifically for Apidura. It attaches via reinforced lightweight velcro straps that are versatile enough for aerobars, drop handlebars, and all other bar shapes.
While the body fabric of this Pack is waterproof, due to the stitching process used to assemble the side compartments, there is the possibility for water to enter through the seams when exposed to sustained rain. We recommend using an internal dry bag for contents that must remain absolutely dry.
The Racing Handlebar Pack is made from Hexalon, a bespoke laminated fabric developed specifically for Apidura. Designed to fit the demands of ultra-distance competition, the material is waterproof and lightweight, with strong tear and abrasion resistance.
Wash by hand, using a mild diluted soap if necessary. Afterwards, let it air dry.
Do not machine wash, machine dry, or iron.
Two ovalised pockets for secure storage and easy access on the move
Versatile Velcro attachment, for use on all bar shapes, including aerobars
Built-in storage space for GPS SPOT tracker
High-contrast, reflective graphics for increased visibility during day or night
Removable internal mesh pockets
Constructed from an ultralight waterproof laminate, developed specifically for Apidura
|L1 10 cm 3.9 inch||L2 26.5 cm 10.4 inch|
|H1 18 cm 7.1 inch|
Why We Race
Jo Burt separates the difference between long-distance touring, and long-distance racing.