For All Your Bikepacking Essentials
The Salsa EXP Series Side-Load Dry Bag is tailored to fit the Anything Cradle, attached via a pair of Salsa's EXP Series Rubber Straps. The bag holds all of your bikepacking essentials and opens at both ends for a fixed height that makes on-the-bike loading easy.
The fully welded construction, maximum versatility, and hook-and-loop points on this bag make it a supremely useful dry bag and a key part of any bikepacking setup.
The Side-Load Dry Bag also folds up flat so that you can easily store it when it's not in use.
This pack will quickly become an essential part of your rig, and you might start wondering why you set off on epic trips in the past without one.
- Air purge valve for compression
- Bag opens at both ends and is fixed-height for easy loading when mounted on the bike
- Slots and hook-and-loop simplify bag installation
- Strap slots help keep bag from moving side to side when installed
- Welded design with waterproof materials
- Volume: 13.7L / 835.4 in.3
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Mfg PartNum: 06-002005
836 cu in (13.7L)
Bag Capacity: 500 to 1000 ci
Bag Type: Handlebar
Used this for bikepacking and it worked, although not crazy about it. It is lightweight and easy to pack. Also fits well on the Salsa Cradle it was designed for. The two issues I had were 1. Having no structure itself, it can wobble or sag depending on what you have in it (nothing specific to this bag, but in general with sausage-like bags. 2. I found a hole in it on the second day. I made this hole somehow while packing it, but again, if I have to stuff it to make it firm, but also have to be careful about how much I stuff since it might make a hole, it is too finicky for what I am looking for.
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