Bikepacking Handlebar Bags
All our handlebar bags are fully waterproof and make use of dual-sided entry points for easy on-the-move access to your gear. The lighter you pack your handlebar bag, the lighter the handling.
Airlok Dual works fine on its own but add a harness for extra stability and tyre clearance. Extend your rig further with additional accessory bags and hooped handlebar bags for a full-blown expedition rig.
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