Handlebar Bag Mini - Plum

  • The Bar Bag, But Mini!

    Set your pockets free and easily stash your phone, snacks, wallet and other small bits with the aid of our handlebar bag mini. Perhaps you’ve contemplated a gravel adventure in just a t-shirt? Voila! Your wish has been granted. Maybe you are on the fence about our full size Handlebar Bag out front of your aero road bike? Handlebar bag mini nearly disappears under your bars. It’s the perfect accessory for all rides or cyclists. It secures easily on drop bar and flat bar bikes via 2 durable velcro straps and a tether cord leaving plenty of room for your watt computer. The smooth YKK zipper grants easy access to your rations. The Mini is constructed with a durable cordura canvas, lined with waterproof nylon fabric and shaped via lightweight thin custom cut of plastic (no saggy bar bags!). While this bag isn’t technically waterproof, it will provide an adequate level of protection if the ride gets a bit rainy.
  • The Bar Bag Mini measures 6.5 inches (16cm) wide with a diameter of 3.5 inches (19cm) totaling 62 cubic inches and a little over 1 liter of volume. It easily attaches to either road or mtb bars via 2 velcro straps and a tether cord. We recommend wrapping the tether cord around your steerer tube or stem. 
  • Designed and sewn by hand in San Francisco, California. 

    + Easily attaches to your handlebars via 2 velcro straps and a tether cord which we like to wrap around our stem / headset.

    + Ideal for road, gravel, and mtb. 

    + Weight is just 125 grams.

    + Fits MTB's and smaller head tube frames.

    + Durable cordura canvas with interior shape saving liner.

    The Bar Bag Mini is a collaboration with San Francisco’s Rickshaw Bagworks. They design and manufacture bags of all shapes and sizes at their sewing factory in the Dogpatch. We enlisted their help for obvious reasons - They are super talented, super local, and just about the most friendly people you will ever work with.

    Pro Tip - Since The Bar Bag Mini fits all bikes differently, be sure to use tape or a sticker to avoid paint wear in high friction areas. 

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