Racing Saddle Pack
Materials & care
The Racing Saddle Pack is the first rear pack dedicated to ultra-distance competition and audax. Featuring a sleek design with a compact 5L capacity, the Pack is ideal for storing light, compressible items over vast distances.
Constructed from an ultralight, waterproof laminate developed for Apidura. The Pack weighs just 200g and securely fastens with a sturdy three-point attachment system. It’s designed to fit ergonomically under the saddle, minimising sway and reducing drag.
Light attachment points are laser-cut into the fabric, increasing rider safety without adding unnecessary weight. A high-contrast reflective feature is specially designed to enhance visibility in all light conditions.
A roll-top closure provides adjustable capacity, and tailored webbing, straps and buckles shed extra weight, while ensuring the simplest setup for ease of use, when every second matters.
The Racing Saddle Pack is made from Hexalon, a bespoke laminated fabric developed specifically for Apidura. Designed to fit the demands of ultra-distance competition and audax, the material is waterproof and lightweight, with strong tear and abrasion resistance.
The attachment points are reinforced with Hypalon, a durable rubberised nylon that provides extra protection against friction and puncture. For the fastening system, we’ve chosen Woojin buckles for 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.
Overall low weight at 200g
Constructed from an ultralight waterproof laminate, developed specifically for Apidura
High-contrast, reflective graphics for increased rider safety
Integrated light attachment point for increased visibility
Roll-top closure for adjustable capacity
Integrated thermoset material adds stiffness and strength
|L1 MIN23cm||L1 MAX33cm|
Be sure to follow the clearance advice below to ensure the best possible fit for your Saddle Pack.
If possible, flip the seat post collar so that the bolt is on the opposite side of the post to the Saddle Pack. This will ensure that the base of the Pack avoids wear and tear.
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