Whether through-riding the Colorado Trail, fat biking Alaska, or just heading out for a weekend overnighter, the Sweetroll is the bar bag of choice for adventure cyclists and bikepackers. It's a two-sided, waterproof dry bag that cinches tightly to your handlebar and allows you to keep your sleeping bag and clothes dry while lashing a pad to the outside. The bag comes in three sizes to dial in your packing setup.
The bag's handlebar offset can be adjusted using stackable spacers to dial in your fit while keeping your cable routing clean. A foam spacer block at the head tube keeps the bag tight, but out of contact with the bike to avoid rubbing the paint.
Revelate helped pioneer the modern soft bags used for off-road bike touring and bikepacking. Unlike the racks and panniers traditionally used for road touring, Revelate's modern soft bags are lighter, more secure on extreme off-road terrain and much more versatile – working on all your bikes, and easy to swap out. They're built to last, so take them with confidence.
Sizing: Bigger is not always better. Revelate recommends downsizing your load on handlebars as much as possible for the best handling. The small and medium are best for singletrack, while the large is better suited for dirt roads and winter trips. Please check to confirm that you have the tire clearance for this bag. Add the bag's diameter plus two inches for slack and mounting spacers. This bag is designed for a flat bar, but will work on a drop bar so long as it's rolled small enough to fit.
- Small: 5.75” diameter x 23” max width. 600 cu in. 12.5 oz.
- Medium: 7” diameter x 22” max width. 850 cu in. 13.2 oz.
- Large: 8” diameter x 22” max width. 1,100 cu in. 14.0 oz.
B-Stock - This product has one or more B-Stock units available. These units can be purchased at a discount (see option select). B-Stock units were returned from other customers and may have missing or damaged packaging materials. These units are otherwise as new. The full manufacturer warranty applies. Click Here for more information.
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