Versatile Travel Bag For All-Conditions & All Journeys
The Scape Handlebar Pouch is a welded, fully waterproof small handlebar bag for stowing much-needed items in safety.
This handlebar bag is equally at home as a bag for long-distance touring or commuting, easily fitting to most bike handlebars and furthermore finished with easy-pull zippers.
Two straps with aluminum buckles make mounting easy and reliable with a head tube strap to prevent the bag from swaying. It may also be attached to other Scape Bags to create an extra pocket.
- Multipe use cases including gravel, bikepacking, commuting & traveling the globe
- Front reflective logo
- Coated YKK zip with protection flap
- Aluminum buckles to attach bag to handlebar
- Central rear webbing to attach to head tube Rigid internal lateral foam to keep the shape
- Nylon webbing
- Lateral hypalon hook for shoulder strap or extra bag attachment
- Frontal Daisy Chain for light
- Capacity 3 L
- W 250 x H 120 x D 120 mm
- Weight 140 g
- Max Load 3 kg
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Mud - One Size
Mfg PartNum: BHB01PLA00401
Bag Type: Handlebar
Bag Capacity: 3L
i used this handlebar bag during my last overnight backpacking trip. i filled it with rain gloves, a jacket, and lots of extra clothing items i figured i would need quickly while riding. the bag withstood hours of rain and had no leaks. it looks good and it is not bulky or heavy. i have kept the bag on full time. minor cons...The rain flap will stand straight up as you ride with speed/ downhill and I need two hands to unzip. there are loops on the side that i need to hold while unzipping.
Besides having the minimalist class of Brooks, this bag has volume! The firm inserts for the circular ends allow me to stuff everything for the day. I like the spacers provided for fitting with any cable configuration, and the many loops for further bikepacking attachments, too. It has kept the contents dry in a few showers so far.
The bag itself is nice quality materials, and overall enjoyed my experience with it, however there are considerable flaws to the design. The biggest flaw is the zipper, it is very difficult to open or close while riding and after less than a year the zipper ran off the end, splitting the fabric and I had to cut the whole bag open to retrieve items. The zipper flap is pretty useless as it just flips up while riding, even in heavy rain, sometimes covering my handlebar light. The straps are well built and quite sexy, however they slip off the bag easily when not mounted, making it necessary to re-buckle everytime on and off to not lose them. Overall it's a nice city, light-use bag, just needs some updates in key places to make perfect.
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